If you’re at home with the kids this half-term are you finding ways to keep them entertained without spending a fortune? Chances are you might turn to a social network or website* to find ideas of what’s on your doorstep and won’t cost you the earth. The UK’s largest online parenting community is Mumsnet and even if you’re not a parent, you’re more than likely to have heard of it, as the views of its’ members often make the headlines, not least when politicians like the Prime Minister, take part in online chats with members.
This week we’re avoiding the commercial side of love and romance and instead looking at the true cost. Now we know it may seem cynical, and some of us we will be buying cards and flowers, cooking a romantic meal, or paying for a trip to the cinema over the weekend. However, if you look at how much the average relationship ‘costs’ from first date, through to a marriage proposal, it might make you think twice about getting caught up in the Valentine’s Day bubble.
That’s right QuidCyclers, the frying pan is out and we’re getting ready to have some fun making and eating delicious pancakes in the office…..the big question is chocolate spread or sugar and lemon on top?
Quidsie knows about money. A seasoned investor who has gained a wholesome amount of financial wisdom over time, feels confident about personal finance decisions and is earning a healthy return on investments. Quidsie takes pride in knowing that the investments have gone to help numerous UK individuals and families and it has been a dream come true for Quidsie to achieve financial success whilst making an impact on others. Looking back, Quidsie recalls how the route to financial success started.