Friends and Finances: When Friends Become Foes

Friends and Finances: Would you Lend to a Friend?

I’ve teamed up with Scottish Friendly today who have kindly funded this post about friends and finances!  Today’s post is a little story I’d like to share about a time where my friendships and finances overlapped and let’s just say, the two didn’t go together like strawberries and champagne, that’s for sure. A couple of years ago, around […]

Life Update and New Financial Goals

Life update and new financial goals

I’m conscious that I haven’t posted much about what I’ve been up to lately so today’s post is basically my general ramblings on that plus an update on our new financial goals! It’s been over a month now since the hubby and I paid off the last of our debts. I can say that debt freedom […]

Debt Elimination Tips #4: Keep Your Eyes on the Prize

Debt Elimination Tips Series: Are Your Creditors Playing Fair?

Welcome to Debt Elimination Tips – a regular series here on Disease Called Debt where I share my favourite debt busting tips with you to help you pay off your debt faster. This week’s tip is about how keeping your eyes on the prize will help you clear your debt faster than you’d think. Let’s […]

Debt and Depression: My Personal Experience

Debt and Depression: Are you depressed about your debts?

Debt can cause depression and anxiety. That’s a fact. Really, debt should come with a written warning on all lending agreements to that effect. Not everyone will suffer depression as a result of getting into debt, however some 36% of people who are suffering mental health problems in the UK also have severe or crisis […]

Financially Savvy Saturdays #63

Welcome to Financially Savvy Saturdays, the savviest personal finance blog hop on the planet, created specifically for personal finance writers! We welcome all things money here. Whether you’ve written anything from frugal holiday tips to retirement advice, you’re invited to link-up. If it ties into personal finance, we want to read it! Tweet about it. […]