With over 500 sales made, I think I’m qualified to answer a couple of FAQs about Carouselling. What sells? Can you trust a buyer for a meetup? And more.… Read More Surviving Carouhell 5 Years On: Your Burning FAQs Answered
I’m well-known for never paying full price on anything, and almost always have a voucher or discount code in hand.
I have a number of weapons including credit cards which allow me to ‘stack’ benefits, but here are 4 must-know sites that cover most of the basics.
You’re welcome. … Read More How to Never Pay Full Price For (Almost) Anything
When I got my first salary, I began to wonder: where can I park these dollars to make them work harder than I do?
The obvious starting point was the interest on my savings account. Here’s a quick review on BoC’s SmartSaver account (up to 3.4%!)… Read More How my Bank of China SmartSaver account earns me 400+ chicken nuggets a year
Instead of just tossing everything away, depending on the quality and condition of the item, these are 5 ways I used to not only reduce excess but also reduce waste.… Read More Declutter your wardrobe: 5 ways to deal with clothes you no longer want or need
If someone wants to give you free money – why not just take? I review ShopBack, a site that gives you cashback by sharing its referral commissions. Find out how it works, and some things you need to be aware of. … Read More ShopBack Review: How to save money online shopping, even when booking flights!
Broke in Hong Kong, but still itching to update your wardrobe? Looking for some handmade crafts to bring back as souvenirs? Or even just hungry for a bit of freshly baked cake? Weekend markets in Hong Kong are perfect to add onto your weekend itinerary, and I don’t mean weekend markets of the touristy sort such… Read More Weekend Markets in Hong Kong! Great shopping and atmosphere at craft markets