Category Archives: Shopping

Converse All Star Trainers

Best Bank Holiday Deal – A Cracking Converse Discount Code

I don’t usually dedicate a full blog post to a single discount code but when I saw this great Converse voucher code was going live today, I knew I just had to share it.

Cheap Football Shirts

Cheap Football Shirts Galore! – End of Season Deals

I have to admit that I’m pretty gutted we’ve reached the end of the football season. Sure, we still have a few good cup games and the Euro’s to look forward to but by and large, it’s the end of a truly memorable season. One plus side of the season ending, though, is that there are massive discounts to be had on this season’s football shirts and kits!

Unique gifts

5 Places to Buy Unique Gifts Online

One of the major benefits of the huge growth in online shopping over recent years is that it has opened up markets which simply may not have been profitable for companies to explore in the days before they were able to sell online.

Aldi online shopping

With Online Shopping Coming, 2016 Is a Big Year for Aldi

As you will likely know from previous posts on our blog, my wife and I just love getting a discount! Because of this, we try to shop at discount food stores like Aldi or Lidl as much as we can. Fortunately, we also live quite close to both of these stores. If this weren’t the case however, then I can imagine that the fact that neither of these stores yet offer an online shopping option might be a bit of a put off for us. Well, my wife got talking to one of the checkout assistants at Aldi today and she was told that in 2016 this is all about to change, as Aldi ventures into the world of online shopping for the first time!

Yolo Living

Have You Ever Been Guilty of YOLO Living?

Today I have a test for you, have you ever heard of YOLO Living? I hadn’t until recently, but it stands for ‘You Only Live Once’ Living, and apparently a growing number of Brits are using the YOLO Living idea to justify making financial decisions that might not necessarily be all that wise. Some are living this way by buying things on impulse just to cheer themselves up, whereas others feel that they should be allowed to have the things that they ‘deserve’, even though they can’t really afford it.