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How to Avoid Roaming Charges

By, Thu 2nd Apr, 2015 at 10:26
Flight crew, pilots and other travellers know that staying connected to friends and family can be the hardest part of international travel. Roaming fees are expensive, so travellers often limit themselves to Wi-Fi or bring a handful of local SIM cards to swap out between countries.
The KnowRoaming Global SIM Sticker offers a convenient solution. it’s a small sticker you apply once to an unlocked phone, then enjoy easy roaming between countries, saving up to 85% on voice and data. No more looking for a Starbucks in New York or a coffee shop in Hong Kong for free Wi-Fi.
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Six budgeting tips for cabin crew

By, Mon 9th Sep, 2013 at 09:34
Nobody likes to hear the dreaded ‘B’ word, but budgeting can be the key to actually enjoying the money you have rather than constantly feeling like you don’t have any.
It’s easy to do once you form the habit. Making your cabin crew pay packet last longer can be very rewarding, and for many of us reigning in the spending in the run up to...
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How to get into airport lounges

By, Thu 28th Mar, 2013 at 14:17
Have you ever waited for your flight in the comfort of a private airport lounge away from the busy terminal? It can certainly be a great way to start a journey.
Each country will operate different kinds of customer service facilities in airports, but a recent study from Australia shows that it’s worth finding out if you can make use of comfortable, reasonably priced - or even free - airport lounges and...
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Makeover your home on a budget

By, Tue 30th Aug, 2011 at 12:11
If your bedroom, kitchen, lounge or even the bathroom are beginning to look a little tired and could do with some attention, there are ways of doing it without breaking the bank or having to save up for months to get a whole load of new furniture.
First of all set aside an amount of money you are realistically willing to spend on your home – and stick to it. This could be as little as a couple of hundred pounds or less; you can still make big differences to the feel of your home with this...
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Getting on the property ladder

By, Fri 26th Aug, 2011 at 12:42
It’s time to face the facts; unfortunately in the UK it has never been more difficult for first time buyers to get on the property ladder.
With mortgage companies less willing to lend along with the disappearance of 100 per cent mortgages and wages being capped it is almost impossible for young people to own a home without substantial help.

Before the recession and...
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Homemade Gift Ideas

By, Thu 18th Aug, 2011 at 09:33
If you’ve got a friend’s birthday coming up and you’re a little strapped for cash then don’t worry – homemade gifts are becoming more and more popular and if you put a little time and effort into it you won’t look like a cheap skate!
The first homemade gift idea is a CD compiled of every number one on your friend’s birthday since they were born. It’s not as massive a task as you may think; there are websites where you can simply enter the date and year of the birth you’re looking...
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Keep fit without paying for a gym

By, Thu 18th Aug, 2011 at 09:17
Ask most people and they won’t hesitate to tell you that even if they do go to the gym they find it incredibly boring doing the same exercises day in, day out and staring at the same faces. Many people just can’t afford to pay on average £40 every month for the membership fee but want to be in good shape.
There are loads of options out there for people who want to take care of themselves without going to the gym. Skipping is a brilliant way to burn calories and tone up at the same time; it works your thighs and calves and your upper arms. Try to tense...
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Money and your relationship

By, Thu 18th Aug, 2011 at 09:13
One of the biggest causes of relationship breakdowns is money, whether you have a little or a lot; it can cause problems in your relationship that can get serious if they aren’t sorted out.
If you are living with your partner or about to move in together you need to have a plan about how the finances will be split between you, one of the most important parts of making sure this is done fairly is to sit down and talk about it.
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Thrifty living

By, Thu 18th Aug, 2011 at 09:11
We’ve all been feeling the pinch recently; disposable income is on the decrease as living expenses rise, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still buy and do the things you love, you just need to be clever about it.
There are loads of websites out there which are dedicated to saving you money, and for all of your cosmetic needs, is a brilliant one.

This website has loads of designer perfume brands which are often more than...
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Things to do for under a tenner

By, Wed 17th Aug, 2011 at 16:21
If you’re a little strapped for cash this summer then don’t worry, there’s plenty of attractions to visit and things to see all over the UK for under £10.
Have a night in: If you fancy a restaurant standard meal without the prices, then why not try the famous Marks & Spencer deal – ‘Dine in for two for £10’. Spend a tenner on this offer and you will get a main course for two people; a...
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