It can be easy to spend money without much thought, especially if you’re using a debit or credit card, but spending money has an impact on our future and on the environment. It is a good idea to stop and think about the real cost of the goods we buy and look for value for money. Not just for ourselves, but for future generations that will have to live with climate change caused by our excessive consumption.
Since the credit crunch of 2008 investors have demanded higher returns on the perceived risks associated with the stock market. Perceptions of investment risk changed in 2008 and made investors more risk averse and Brexit reinforced their fears of another meltdown. We nervously wait for article 50 to be triggered which is another storm warning that could devastate the market once again.
If you want to save money then cooking your own food is an obvious money saver. When you buy takeaway food or have a meal in a cafe or restaurant, you are paying someone else to do something you could do yourself. On top of that, 20% VAT is added. The same applies to drinks like coffee. (more…)
The Aldi super-six this week are fun bananas (7), kiwi (6), large vine tomatoes (450g), closed cup mushrooms (350g), oranges (5) and rhubarb (400g). The are all 69p each. Those offers continue until the 19th of June.