Finances can be a challenging topic for anyone, and I think perhaps more so in some ways for those with chronic illness. I thought I’d introduce Frugal Friday as a way of showcasing one or two bargain finds, freebies and money saving or making ideas. What do you think?
First up today, I want to share some printable freebies. I know a lot of you like arts, crafts and colouring for relaxation, to destress or to inspire. Hobbycraft (UK) have a range of really beautiful colouring pages, all available as PDFs to download and print! Check out their website for more details.
Mobile Deals & £5 Free
I’ve been with GiffGaff for a couple of years now as they offer far better value for money for my type of mobile use. I use their PAYG SIM, topping up with regular credit sometimes (for those ‘just in case moments’) but I usually buy their £5 monthly bundle – this gives me minutes, texts and Internet, plus you also get free calls/texts to other GiffGaff users. I love the flexibility they offer in terms of buying what you need and not being tied down to anything, and I’d highly rate their customer service too.
If you want a free SIM, you can use this link to also get yourself an extra £5 free when you first top up or buy a rolling monthly bundle.
Kindle Deals : Giving Less F*cks!
This kindle version is on sale at 99p on Amazon – just ordered my copy yesterday!
You can check out more life-changing reads & self-help books in my recommended list here.
I hope you enjoyed these! Let me know if there’s anything you’d like to see in the future and I’ll try my best to scout something out 🙂
Take care and have a lovely, restful weekend guys & gals.