Those of you who follow my blog or social media accounts regularly will know that I am currently in my second year of a midwifery degree. I have wanted to be a midwife for over 10 years now, and in 2016 I took the plunge, started an access course and…

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Having a healthy credit score lets lenders know that you’re responsible borrower. They will use this reference to make sure that you’re a low risk when considering you for a loan, a credit card, or a mortgage. However, each lender has their own system for how they use this information…

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Having a baby can be SO expensive. There are all the obvious costs, such as a pushchair, cot, nappies and clothes. Then there are the other costs you don’t think about so much – your food, water and heating bills will go up. You might need a bigger car, or…

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Sometimes, we get ourselves in a bit of a mess when it comes to our own personal finances; that’s just life. There’s absolutely no problem in getting in a pickle, either. We’re only human after all. But, sometimes, we just need to watch what we’re spending and what finances we’re…

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Photo Credit: reynermedia via Compfight cc With the summer finally on its way (or so we’re told!) and another little addition to our family, it seems like the perfect time to give our finances a good spring clean and get on top of them once and for all. I’ve been…

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