Category Archives: Money

My money saving tips for 2016

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  Another year passes, and as we move into 2016 (how the hell did that happen?!), I think it’s high time to distribute some of my ever popular money saving tips. And seeing as it’s the New Year, all my money tips will be slanted towards January finances. Make sure you’re squeezing every penny now, Continue Reading →

Wrestling; what’s the cost?

Everyone loves wrestling, right? No? Okay, this may get a little dry. Wrestling is great, but it gets a bad rep due to it being ‘fake’. I totally understand if you’ve never seen a wrestling match, and all you know it isn’t, technically, a sport. However, people who have watched it and still don’t see Continue Reading →

Which Loan is Right for You?

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Loans have a history of being scary. Everything you’ve been told makes you think once you borrow that you can’t stop borrowing, just to rescue yourself from the last pile of debt. While that’s true for a lot of people, it doesn’t have to be. The biggest mistake is borrowing outside of your needs. Let Continue Reading →

Shop Smart the Alternative Way

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Shop Smart on Alternative Marketplaces I am the gift-giving QUEEN. My family look forward to Christmas because they know, if nothing else, I am bloody great at giving presents. Now, I’m not particularly well-off and to be honest, I’d go as far to say I’m actually quite tight but I love trawling through websites and Continue Reading →

How to Start a Streetwear Brand

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Wanting to start a streetwear brand? Well, it has never been easier. Easy access to design software, quick turnaround times at printers, relatively low overheads and the ability to sell easily online have all contributed to a boom in new fashion brands popping up all over the country. However, this also means that it has become Continue Reading →

Tactical Super Frugal Food Solutions

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Living frugal – enjoyment is allowed! Frugal living doesn’t necessarily mean Spartan living. There is a subtle difference here. The latter refers to a style of living where comfort and luxury are out of the equation. With frugal living, they remain in  the equation – but only for special occasions, and never involving a situation Continue Reading →

Cheaper Kids! (Not literally)

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I recently had the pleasure of babysitting my niece for the weekend and overall it was great. We watched some of her favourite movies, which incidentally were some of MY favourite movies from when I was her age and it was great revisiting them and watching them as an adult. We also watched something called Adventure Time Continue Reading →

Tackling a sale, for the sale-shy

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Here at Spend It Like Beckham, at the moment it is just me, Chris So, I thought it would be good to get in a guest post from elsewhere, and I thought it would be even better if this particular guest post was written by someone of the female persuasion. Women like football and money Continue Reading →

5 Ways to Make Money Online

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We could all do with a little extra money. I always could, especially when I was at Uni. Through recommendations and a bit of research on my own part, I found a few simple ways to make some extra cash online in my spare time. And I still use them today. Here are 5 ways Continue Reading →

5 Money Saving Apps

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Spend It Like Beckham takes a look at 5 Money Saving Apps 1. Onavo Onavo is an app designed to help you get the most out of your data plan. Chances are, if you’ve got a smartphone, then you’ve got a data plan, and it can be easier than you think to go over this Continue Reading →

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