A student guide to online food shopping

Doing your food shop online has plenty of benefits: you needn’t remove your behind from the couch, there’s far less chance of your stomach dictating what goes in your trolley, it’s all laid out in front of you in a marvellously organised fashion and you can compare items across all the major supermarkets on sites like MySupermarket.

Eating on the cheap

Whether you’re a naturally thrifty soul or a big spender, the amount we spend on feeding our families and ways to reduce that sum are giving us all food for thought.

Our Thrift Adventure!

The phone rings, “What are you doing?”  This is code for, “Do you want to shop?”   Wanting to change up our thrifting routine this week, we decided to follow our tip #9, visit multiple thrift stores in one shopping trip, they’re usually near each other.  Spicing it up even more, we put a 30-minute time […]

Ideas for Frugal Living

Frugal living is a very popular topic in the Netmums Coffee House. Tips, tricks and ideas on money saving and living a frugal lifestyle are passed on by our members. Like our grandmothers before us, who had some amazing cost-cutting tricks up their sleeves, a new generation of industrious mums are finding that the ‘make […]

Baileys Vs Aldi and Lidl Alternatives

Baileys Irish Cream is a Christmas booze staple for many of us but there are a couple of purse friendly alternatives worth trying namely those from budget supermarkets Aldi and Lidl but which of the three is nicest? I invited 3 of my fellow Baileys loving friends round to taste test in my kitchen.