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Updated: June 06, 2022 Looking for a mortgage based on £700 to £800 per month? Read our guide to find out how to make your money go further. Get Started Ask A Quick Question Ask A Quick Question We know everyone's circumstances are different, that's why we work with mortgage brokers who are experts in all different mortgage subjects.
A bailiff's visit, or a letter warning of one, can be worrying and often somewhat confusing. It's almost always a sign that you could use some help with your debts. So once you've read this article, take a look at our debt solutions page to find out how getting debt advice could help you get things back on track.
September is World Alzheimer's Month. We're supporting the Alzheimer's Society in encouraging everyone to learn more about dementia and Alzheimer's . At Financial Wellness Group we work with the Alzheimer's Society to: help train our advisers and to signpost people for support when they need it.
The 10th to the 16th May 2021 is Mental Health Awareness Week - a good opportunity to check in with your mental health after a very stressful fourteen months or so!
Money and our mental health are intrinsically linked. So, in this post, we're going to look at the relationship between the two. We're also going to look at what you can do if you or someone you know is struggling....
Lots of us have had a bit of a clear out over the last year. (And some of us have found we own a lot of clothes that don't fit us any more...*sob*.)
Wondering if you should work out? Here's a list of 63 reasons to exercise. Physical activity reduces your risk of illness, allows you meet new people, lets you disconnect, helps you manage anxiety and depression, improves your endurance, and prevents cancer. To learn more, keep reading!
World-renowned for its music (the Smiths, Joy Division, and Oasis all hail from "Manny"), sport (we're football, aka soccer, obsessed), and radical (including feminist) politics, Manchester's also got a reputation for rain (approximately 140 days per year). But there's no raining on this British city's parade: Manchester is busy and eclectic, with skyscrapers towering over what remains of its industrial heritage.
Visiting friends and family, cosying up at home and filling up on comfort food - there's a lot to enjoy about the winter months. But there's no denying that it can get pretty expensive. We've put together a few tips to help make this time of year more affordable.
Cramps, bloating, energy slumps: periods are hell and we hate them. But what you eat can help. You can prep all or part of these dinners ahead (y'know, in one of those wonderful non-period weeks when you actually have the energy for stuff like cooking, and standing up).
Just about anyone who has ever experienced depression-or even just a slump in your mood for a few days-could tell you about the relationship between food and mood. You feel miserable; so instead of cooking you eat either junk food or nothing at all; and then you feel even worse.