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All winners at the 2015 MAD Blog awards

Best Thrifty Blog winner Gina Caro with Experian's Jill O'Connor

Best Thrifty Blog winner Gina Caro with Experian’s Jill O’Connor

It was a great night at the 2015 MAD (Mum and Dad) Blog Awards last week as Gina Caro won Best Thrifty Blog, an award sponsored by Experian, for her marvellous Cold Tea and Smelly Nappies blog.

The Mum and Dad (MAD) Blog Awards are the UK’s biggest and most exciting awards for parent blogs, and this was the seventh edition, with around 300,000 nominations being cast from all over the country. Continue reading

Best Thrifty Blog winner: Cold Tea and Smelly Nappies

Gina Caro (Cold Tea and Smelly Nappies blog)

Gina Caro (Cold Tea and Smelly Nappies blog)

Gina Caro has moved house ‘approximately 25 times’ in her life and says she’s ‘born to roam’.

Her marvellous Cold Tea and Smelly Nappies blog is all about motherhood and living a more frugal, sustainable life – and Gina’s blog won the Best Thrifty Blog category at the 2015 MAD (Mum and Dad) Blog Awards.

Experian is delighted to sponsor the Best Thrifty Blog award, which recognises the mum and dad bloggers helping people make savvy financial decisions every day.

We asked Gina to tell us what her greatest ambition would be if there were no restrictions – so here’s a lovely piece in which she tells us all about a dream of hers that shows how our priorities can change! Continue reading

Best Thrifty Blog finalist: Awesome Austerity – My Dream

Morna Macneill’s super blog Awesome Austerity certainly is, as she calls it, “a blog about money-saving, parenting, crafting, baking and anything else I can think of.”  It’s one of the finalists in the Best Thrifty Blog category at the 2015 MAD (Mum and Dad) Blog Awards, held in September.

Experian is delighted to sponsor the Best Thrifty Blog award, which recognises the mum and dad bloggers helping people make savvy financial decisions every day.

morna's family-300We asked Mum of two Morna, a pathologist in her day job. to tell us what her greatest ambition would be if there were no restrictions. She writes for us here about a long-time dream she managed to realise.

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When I was a young thing, I’m sure I could have reeled off a long list of fairly shallow dreams……I’d buy a horse, no, a whole stable, I’d travel the world, I’d engage a personal trainer so I could be really skinny and wear designer clothes. Continue reading