Making the most of summer holidays
Holidays can be trying, for both kids and parents. Here are some tips on how to fill up those long summer days with fun activities that won’t cost the earth.
Clever ways to keep cool this summer
It’s summer time and the weather is fine! Staying cool in summer can mean a not-so-friendly electricity bill. Here are some tips on how to chill out for less.
Mind tricks: saving money for that holiday
The way you think about money helps change how much you save. Here are some tips that will get you thinking about money differently, changing habits and saving more.
Crunch time: Is it time to quit your job?
We've all had those work feelings: fed-up, infuriated, bored. Is it time to quit? Can you afford to? Need career advice? Here are some things to consider before handing in your resignation.
Banquets on a budget
Entertaining a crowd? Here are five cheap party food ideas to feed the masses for less.
Be a DIY da Vinci: 12 tips to take the pain out of a perfect paint job
Painting is fun, therapeutic and cost effective to do it yourself. But nothing says amateur like a sloppy paint job, so here is some house painting tips to save you money and years of embarrassment.
Travel overseas without blowing the budget
The Australian dollar is not what it was a few years back, but there are still cheap holiday destinations where you can make the most of your money.
5 ways to prevent barking-mad vet bills
When it comes to illness and disease, prevention is as important for pets as it is for humans. Here are five tips for optimal pet health
Christmas feast on the cheap
Christmas lunch doesn't have to cost the earth. There are plenty of ways to enjoy a Christmas feast on a budget.
Easy camping meals
Just because you’re sleeping on the ground, doesn’t mean you have to rough it at dinnertime! Embrace the challenge of camp cooking with our handy tips and tricks.
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