I never knew living with someone who has asthma and allergies would be so worrying or time consuming. I mean, I didn’t know that dust would cause him so much pain and discomfort. It would bring him out in dry, sore rashes and the panic that comes over you when you experience their first asthma attack is terrifying. When I was approached to give an air purifier a try I jumped at the offer, anything that could help minimise flair ups and attacks was welcomed by me. So here is my thoughts on the Fellowes AeraMax DX55 Air Purifier.
As part of my New Year. New You. New Me. series I reached out to my readers and my friends asking for their honest experiences of their lifestyles changes; specifically those who have made health changes. Today I bring you the first of those successes, an interview with David from Thinking Thrifty.
I dabble in stocks all the time, but with no financial risks. Yes, it’s a bad joke but one that might save you a few pounds buying stock cubes.
I hate waste, especially waste that I’ve paid for. I’m always looking at ways of reducing the amount of food waste I have such as batch cooking, putting leftovers in the freezer for another meal and making clean up meals (basically throwing everything about to go bad into a pot and hoping for the best). Just before Christmas I came across yet another way to save money on something so simple yet so useful – vegetable scrap stock.
Unless you are really set in your ways and fully believe that loyalty pays then each year you’ll do a renewal for things like car insurance, TV providers and broadband. I understand some people will go via places such as CompareTheMarket.com or GoCompare.com because they offer things like cuddly toys or cinema tickets but surely, cold hard cash back in your pocket it better than that? Don’t say no to FREE money via cashback sites.