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25 Ways To Use A Magic Eraser


I can't believe I had never heard of a magic eraser up until a few months ago, and if you hadn't until now you're going to wonder why you haven't used one sooner! I couldn't believe the results after one use and the fact that you don't need to use any chemicals with them just water is also a bonus! The magic eraser is an abrasive foam sponge. It requires minimum effort to use although you may need a little elbow grease for stubborn stains but it does wonders!

You can buy them from most supermarkets and pound shops however I bulk buy them on eBay or Amazon. I tend to buy a pack of 10 or wait a little longer for a pack of 100 which take a couple of weeks to arrive but they work out cheaper. I only wish I had discovered these sooner!

Here are 25 uses for a magic eraser:

4 Apps That Give You Cashback On Your Supermarket Shop

4 Apps That Give You Cashback On Your Supermarket Shop

I'm always looking at ways to save money, especially on our food shop and although I have managed to reduce my grocery bill by 50% I know there are still other ways that I can save. I have recently started using numerous cashback apps and have received around £150 for minimum effort in total since starting using them back in January. Although £150 may not seem like a lot, it's free money and there are also plenty of free offers to take up too which means you're not spending extra on food! I make sure I only buy products I would have been buying already instead of wasting money on products I don't actually need. They are all free to use and you can claim cashback up to 7 days on them as long as you still have the receipt. 

Here's a round up of the cashback apps I use every week to save money on our supermarket shop. 

How I Saved £1000 In One Month


As some of you may already know, I'm hoping to save enough for a deposit on a new build house in three to five years time and in order to do that I decided to open a Help To Buy ISA. Upon opening the account you're allowed to transfer an additional £1200 to get started and then a minimum of £200 each month from then on to get the £50 top up from the government each month. A couple of months ago I had no savings what-so-ever, zero! I've never been one to save unless I really put my mind to it and usually just live pay check to pay check. However, that's all about to change as I am really determined to save up that deposit! 

Here's how I managed to save £1000 in just one month!

12 Ways To Save Money When Eating Out

12 ways to save money when eating out. Here are my top tips on how to cut down on your bill and save more pennies in your pocket!

For many of us, myself included dining out is how we like to socialise with friends or family. I must admit I do eat out a lot, however I have recently cut back and now try not to eat out too often these days. Dining out often can be expensive, however it doesn't need to be with a few strategic choices you can keep the cost under control.

Here are 12 ways to save money when eating out.

How I Budget And Save + Easy Budgeting Tips that Work

How I Budget And Save + Easy Budgeting Tips that Work

I've been getting a lot of questions on how I budget as a single parent, so I thought I would share my tips with you all today. They could be helpful whether you're living off one income, a student or even if you're just wanting to learn how to budget your finances better. First of all I just want to say it's not about how much money you make, it's about how much money you save by spending less so here are my budgeting tips for how to save money money and spend less money.