What You Need To Know About Pay Day Loans – The Pros & Cons

When people are short on money, some will often turn to a payday loan to try and make up for it. In many cases, this is something that can help increase your credit score, and help you manage your money better in future if you’re good with repayments. However, at other times this approach can […]

The Essential Do’s and Don’ts Of Travelling Solo

Travelling solo is one of the most thrilling experiences that you’ll have in a lifetime. From going to the airport, to landing in your destination, there’s something about travelling alone that fuels the feeling of independence. I’ve travelled solo to Europe, and to America. Each time was a great journey of self-development and reflection, but […]

How To Turn Your Small Change Into Real Money

Saving is something that each and every one of us aspire to do, but circumstances can make it difficult. Over the years I’ve studied my money habits and have found a couple ways that allow me to save for the short-term. They have allowed me to travel, and to reach goals that I wouldn’t have […]

The Ultimate University Survival Guide That Tells You What They Don’t

The new academic year is here and many of us are either starting university or continuing existing studies. After three years of focusing on my fashion business and launching my creative platform, Time is Money Media, I’ll be back in the classroom studying my Masters in Criminology & Forensic Psychology in October. My undergraduate experience […]

Top 4 Autumn/Winter City Break Destinations That Won’t Break The Bank

The Autumn/Winter seasons are approaching and I’ll be sad to see the UK sun leave. The fun doesn’t need to stop there. Here’s a list of 4 great city break destinations where you can relax, explore and so much more. Reykjavik The beautiful city of Reykjavik has everything you need to make the most of […]

The Power Of An Action Plan Is Real…

September is around the corner. People are starting new jobs, moving on to further study and getting ready for the winter blues. What are your goals for September? What do you want to achieve that you previously couldn’t make time for? I’ve been using action plans for as long as I can remember. It’s normal […]

How To Improve Your Credit Score

Your credit report is the first point of call for lenders if you decide to apply for a credit card, a loan or any other form of credit. It doesn’t take much to send your credit score into decline, but there’s many ways to improve your credit score and become more attractive to lenders. I’ve […]

How Organised Are You? Check Out These Time Management Tips.

If you utilise your time effectively, you’d be surprised how much you can get done in one day. If you’re freelancing or self-employed, it can be difficult to maintain a schedule that you can follow consistently. I’ve put together some tips from my latest book that can help you on your way: How To Become […]

Freelancers Deserve To Be Paid What They’re Owed!

One of the biggest problems in the freelancer world is that of late and non-payments. Work is commonly carried out before payment is taken and freelancers are left fighting for their fees. Late payments cost the UK economy £2.5 billion each year, according to the National Federation of Self-Employed and Small Businesses. Freelancers and the […]

How Doing Your Own Bookkeeping Can Save You Money On An Accountant

For all those that are self-employed or run a business, you already know that accounting costs can add up as your business takes off. My accounts were one of the main things I struggled with when I first set up Unique Boutique London. It was difficult to get my head around all the numbers and […]