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Sydney City on a Budget
Written by Alison Gallagher Friday, 12 February 2016 14:56
One of the wonderful things about living somewhere like Sydney is that you have amazing restaurants and cafes, quirky boutiques, live music and theatre shows, galleries and wonderful markets at your fingertips. All these highlights of inner city living come with a fee however, so to really get the most out of living somewhere cosmopolitan and adventurous we kinda need to sample the fare, which costs money….
|There is lots to love about Sydney without spending a fortune|
Things to Consider When Applying for a Home Loan
Written by Alison Gallagher Friday, 05 February 2016 13:54
How to Save as a Student
Written by Alison Gallagher Friday, 29 January 2016 13:23
If you don’t know already, getting through tertiary education is financially tough, and it's even tougher if you're a student living away from home. Whether you’re about to embark on a new life at University fresh out of school, or you are continuing an existing degree or course at TAFE, here are some money saving tips to get you through the year with enough food in your belly, strategies to still have fun, and hopefully even some savings left for an end of year treat or to build towards some exciting financial goals.
|you can still enjoy student life on a budget image from www.freepeople.com|
How to Create a Positive Workspace
Written by Alison Gallagher Friday, 22 January 2016 09:11
For most of the working public Summer holidays have come to a close and it’s back to work for another year.
It can be hard to return to work with an excess of enthusiasm after a break away from daily grind, and it’s very easy to slip into negative though patterns about what you don’t enjoy about your job. So to help get you inspired and motivated for the new year here are some ideas to create a positive and productive workspace and wonderful work year ahead.
|Don't worry, be happy! Image from Flickr|
Get the most out of the January Sales
Written by Alison Gallagher Thursday, 14 January 2016 18:42
The boxing day sales lure us in just days after we have already spent a bundle on Christmas gifts. Half the items we purchased as gifts in December are discounted (no!), and we finally feel justified to spend money on ourselves after having spent our pennies on everyone else the previous month. Christmas spending money is exchanged for goods during the sales.
|save at the January sales Image from Flick|
How to Make 2016 Your Year
Written by Alison Gallagher Wednesday, 06 January 2016 15:19
For many of us, the New Year is a chance to start afresh, wipe the slate clean and set new intentions for the year ahead. We declare “things will be different this year” with ambitious goals of losing two dress sizes, going to the gym every day, completely giving up sugar or caffeine, and promising ourselves we will never drink again.
|Have more adventures in 2016|
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