Behavioural psychologist Jo Hemmings is our guest blogger, discussing money and relationships.
We’re talking about wallet size here. And not really the actual size of the wallet itself or exactly how much cash it contains. But how honest you are about how much money you have, how you like to spend it and whether you’re on the same page as your partner about how you choose to spend it as a couple, rather than as a single person.
Often at the beginning of a relationship, we are so smitten by our partner, that the dizziness of chemistry and anticipation diverts us from whether they have the same approach to spending as ourselves. Continue reading →
Julie Lewis’s Christmas goal is to decorate her spare room, so that her identical twin grandsons can stay and play there over the festive period. Her story makes her the third and final winner of Experian’s #100DaysUseIt competition.
Simon Parker’s goal is to cycle 1000 miles in a year, and lose the weight he put on after giving up smoking. This is the story of how he is achieving his health and fitness goal, making him the second winner of Experian’s #100DaysUseIt competition.
Richard Anderson’s goal is to travel to Australia to see his fiancée before they get married next year. Here he tells us what it means to him, after being the first winner of Experian’s #100DaysUseIt competition.