Practical money advice for Mums written by a Mum
Are you up for the money challenges being a Mum brings? This is the guide for practical budget and money advice for Mums.
Welcome to The Mums Guide to Money. This is the ultimate guide for all of the money, budget, and financial challenges which Mums are faced with.
The Mums Guide to Money is written by a Mum to an 8-year-old boy and 3-year-old twin girls.
In addition to being a Mum of 3, I am also a qualified Accountant. The years of experience I have gained working in big companies have provided insight into how they save money. Using this knowledge I will work with you so that you can make positive changes to your finances.
So why have I written The Mums Guide to Money you ask? Mums are presented with new budget challenges which you won’t have come across in your child-free life. As a matter of fact, the biggest change is that the income which you have previously enjoyed now needs to be shared between multiple people. And at the same time as sharing your income, the demand for that income will increase substantially. However, we cannot control the income we have therefore the only thing which we can control is our costs.
The guide to all things money for Mums.
The Mums Guide to Money aims to help you overcome the financial challenges which you are now faced with as a Mum. Don’t make costly mistakes, learn from my mistakes, and save your money.
As the site grows we will be covering lots of different money-saving tips and practical changes you can make to your budget to have more actual savings which you can bank.
Not to mention the biggest challenge of them all, Christmas. Whether this is your first Christmas or your 5th, Christmas can be incredibly overwhelming for Mums as we face pressure from our children, social media, family, and friends to make things ‘perfect’. You do not need to spend a lot of money to have a ‘perfect’ Christmas. Our comprehensive Christmas on a Budget covers how to have a cracking Christmas on a budget, look out for our budget guides to food, gift buying for babies, toddlers, pre-school-age children, and primary school-age children. There is no need to spend a fortune on Christmas. Follow our social media pages for daily budget challenges and top tips on how to save money this Christmas. Click the link below to read the comprehensive guide to saving money this Christmas.