Secrets To Saving Money - When You Have Kids w/ Mrs Mummypenny
Secrets To Saving Money
Being a parent is expensive, that's no secret. There are however ways to cut back the cost of different aspects of having a child - from preparing when expecting, up to the teenage years. As I'm only 23 with no children, my guest today is a lot more experienced than me in finding ways to save money when you have kids. Mrs Mummypenny is a blogger and mum of 3 boys, who talks to us today about everything from saving money on childcare, school uniforms, holidays and cheap days out. Also don't miss the deal of the week - for a way to earn money from removing annoying online adverts. Links you may need: https://www.idealo.co.uk/ Mrs Mummypenny Website The Money Guide To Transform Your Life Book My Website Cheap Petrol Finder Geo Caching Toy Hunt Gener8 Ads - Earn Money From Removing Ads
Balancing today and tomorrow, with Lynn Beattie (Mrs MummyPenny)
Informed Choice Radio Personal Finance Podcast
How do you strike the right balance between the competing financial needs of today and tomorrow? My guest on the podcast today is Lynn Beattie (also known as Mrs MummyPenny), author of The Money Guide to Transform Your Life. We get pretty personal in this conversation, chatting about Lynn’s emotional spending and spiral into debt after she started her business, as well as how to best approach weathering the coming economic storm. Lynn’s new book gives you the tools you need to manage your money now (today), and in the future (tomorrow). As a gifted mathematician, accountant and personal finance expert, Lynn talks about some of the struggles she has faced with money, and the steps she took to overcome these struggles, transforming her life in the process. Here’s my conversation with Lynn Beattie, Mrs MummyPenny, in episode 510 of Informed Choice Radio.
EP0012: From Corporate to True Business - Mrs Mummypenny
True Business with Kat Byles
Episode 12 – Mrs MummyPenny - Corporate to True Business Lynn James, Mrs Mummypenny, is an award winning personal finance blogger on a mission to improve financial education in the UK, especially for women. A trained accountant, 16 years in corporate positions for EE, Tesco and HSBC, Lynn made her hobby her True Business in 2015. Lynn shares the journey of following her heart from the security of a corporate job with a regular pay check to running her own True Business. We talk the niggling feeling she was always supposed to be doing something else whilst working for corporate (relate to that?), how the universe lined up for her to go full time with Mrs MummyPenny, and the the financial mistake she turned into an article for the Financial Times. Links: Mrs MummyPenny Follow Mrs MummyPenny on Instagram True Business with Kat Byles Website: http://www.katbyles.com/ True Business School: http://www.katbyles.com/products/true-business-school/ The Antigua Retreat: http://www.katbyles.com/products/antigua-retreat/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrueBusinesswithKatByles Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/katbyles/
Can you really make a business from blogging? Meet the incredible Lynn James who did just that - ditched her huge career to become a blogger, and now does very nicely, thank you! In 2015 Lynn left the corporate world in June 2015 to launch Mrs Mummypenny, a personal finance & lifestyle brand. But within months, she found herself in debt. Instead of keeping it hidden, Lynn openly told her story and invited people to follow her on the journey to becoming debt free. Through years of perseverance and determination and building trust and relationships with her readers and clients, she now has the ideal lifestyle she'd always dreamed of. Gold nuggets in this episode: Why people will love your real story Document, don't create your content Why you MUST optimise your content as a blogger How to make money blogging Affiliates - know your audience Trying to win £10K on TV game shows :) Retainers - why they can save the cashflow game Flying to Antiqua to meet your coach! Lynn James - Personal finance expert & founder of Mrs Mummypenny www.mrsmummypenny.co.uk www.instagram.com/mrsmummypennyuk www.linkedin.com/in/lynn-james-99031910/ 👉 Ready to join the Ultimate Business Owner Community? Join us today at: www.thedisruptorsclub.com
ICR256: Opening the Bank of Mum & Dad (with Mrs Mummypenny)
Informed Choice Radio Personal Finance Podcast
This week on the show, what are the risks to consider when it's time to open a branch of the Bank of Mum & Dad? Introducing Mrs Mummypenny My co-host for this episode is Lynn James, otherwise known as Mrs Mummypenny. Lynn left the corporate world in June 2015 to run Mrs Mummypenny, a personal finance & lifestyle brand. She launched Mrs Mummypenny in 2013 whilst on maternity leave with her youngest son and kept it going as a hobby when she returned to full time work. Lynn has always loved sharing her money saving tips with friends, so thought why not learn how to build a website and social platform and go for it! You can follow Lynn on Twitter at @mrsmummypenny. Want to join the Informed Choice Radio squad and co-host a future episode? Find out more here. Personal finance news -The latest price inflation figures are a blow to millions of rail users, who will see a 3.6% increase in regulated rail fares from January. Train operators use the Retail Prices Index figure for July when setting regulated rail fare increases. -The merger of Aberdeen Asset Management PLC and Standard Life plc has completed this week to form Standard Life Aberdeen plc, one of the world’s largest investment companies. The merger has created a company with assets under administration of £670 billion. -A new online only cash Junior ISA has been launched by National Savings & Investments. The account will offer a 2% tax-free/AER (variable) interest rate and has a maximum subscription limit of £4,128 for 2017/18. -A new independent study from GoCompare has revealed that drivers could beat rising premiums and cut their insurance costs significantly, just by buying cover sooner and not leaving it until the last minute. According to new figures from the comparison site, 89% of drivers would see cheaper quotes if they shopped around a week before their policy start date, rather than leaving it until the day itself. -Average house prices close to Scottish Premiership football grounds have increased by 20% over the last ten years, according to research by Bank of Scotland. This represents an average increase of £24,811 during the past decade; from £121,237 in 2007 to £146,048 in 2017, equivalent to a weekly rise of £48.