Like A Rolling Stone

So much has happened in the past month that I didn’t really know where to begin! I was going to break it all down into smaller posts but that has just led me to procrastinate typing it all up so I’m going to just write it all in this post!

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Building up momentum – house viewings and free money!

Before I continue, I should probably explain the ‘free money’ part of my post before people begin to think I’m running some kind of give away!

You may recall in a previous post how we had filled our Lifetime ISA.  This is a special account that you can use for the purchase of your first home or retirement.  You can save up to £4000 in it each financial year and the government will top up the balance by 25%.  Well, we just received the bonus today, it was a good feeling! Even better was that for this first year you could transfer your Help to Buy ISA and receive the bonus on that amount too.  It has given our house deposit fund a good boost.

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Things I learnt when my brother-in-law moved to Denmark

Two weeks ago we said farewell to my brother in law who has finally made the move to be with his long-term girlfriend in Denmark.  They have been long distance for almost the entirety of their relationship so it’s great to finally see them living together.  Now that he has somewhat settled into his new home, I had a chance to reflect on what his life changing move has had on us.

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5 ways to get out of a rut

I’ve been meaning to write a blog post for some weeks now but the ideas weren’t flowing nor did there ever seem to be the time to actually sit down and draft something out.  I’m off for a week over Easter and I finally had some time to consider what was wrong.  I would like to share a few tips that I’ve used over the past few days.

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