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Friday Food Club: BBQ chicken, steak, and vegetable kabobs with creamy avocado sauce
“What is a kabob?”, you may be asking yourself. “It sounds a bit like kebab – Is it the same but different? Or did somebody forget to run spell check?”. The truth is, ‘Kabob’ is ...
Money saving apps: JouleBug, the sustainable living app
The environment, and our impact on the world around us, is becoming a hot topic of conversation. Many people like the idea of sustainable living, and saving some money along the way, but lack the ...
How to budget on an irregular income
Are you self-employed, living on benefits such as Universal Credit or working on a zero-hours contract and find yourself managing a fluctuating income each month? You’re not alone. In fact, a staggering 857,000 people in ...
Friday Food Club: Egg roll bowl
The egg roll is an extremely popular starter in Chinese restaurants, particularly across the Atlantic. They reckon the egg roll dates back to ancient times in Southern China, and the traditional recipe packs a filling ...
How to manage your money and avoid a post-pandemic splurge
After over a year of hunkering down in our homes, catching up with friends and family over Zoom, and not even being able to go out for a coffee, many of us may feel primed ...
Friday Food Club: One-pan fish with beans and tomatoes
Let’s be honest sometimes after a long day the last thing we can face isn’t making dinner but a mountain of washing-up. A tasty family meal is one of life’s simplest pleasures, doing the dishes ...
Monday mythbusting: 5 myths about tax returns that could land you in trouble with HMRC
A lot of people are scared of taxes. Mention the word and they might give you a blank look, or break out in a cold sweat. For the self-employed, however, it’s important to keep on ...
Friday Food Club: Sweet potato and Italian sausage curry
Curry is an obsession in the UK. Since Indian, Pakistani, and Bangladeshi families first began to arrive in Britain in large numbers in the 1970s, it has only grown in popularity. Places like Glasgow and ...
Scottish Child Payment: 4 months on, is it working?
When the Scottish Government launched the Scottish Child Payment early this year, it was billed as a way to support struggling families and lower child poverty across the board in Scotland. Now that the payment ...