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Decorating My Apartment for Autumn for Free!

I love relaxing during Autumn and binge watching Autumn home decor videos is part of that. I decided that I don’t want to break the bank to do so. I used items from around the house to incorporate some Autumnal colours and textures into my apartment without spending anything. Plaid blanket with a leafy/ floral…… Continue reading Decorating My Apartment for Autumn for Free!

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Heyydeals.com – saving money in Hong Kong.

Followers of my blog will know that I love a bargain. I’ve posted a lot about money saving and debt advice. I recently wanted to share a really useful website that I came across.America has “Slick deals”. And now, Hong Kong has a long awaited equivalent… “Heyydeals”. Heyydeals.com is a community that posts deals and…… Continue reading Heyydeals.com – saving money in Hong Kong.

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Sunday sharing in Hong Kong

This weekend is a long weekend and I’m taking it easy. I’ve hosted a Sunday sharing day with friends pot luck style. Typically I have over catered but will be eating the remaining food for lunch in the coming week. It was glorious to sit in the air con on such a hot day. We…… Continue reading Sunday sharing in Hong Kong

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Invest in yourself.

I watched a good video yesterday that really struck me. It was a Collab between the financial diet channel on YouTube and Anna Akana. I really enjoy both of these channels, particularly Anna’s because she approaches topics like anxiety and depression which I struggle with. I also struggle with spending money, which is how I…… Continue reading Invest in yourself.