If we haven’t met before I’m Maddy Alexander-Grout, the founder of Mad About Money App. I started my money journey in £40,000 of debt due to undiagnosed ADHD spending addiction in my early 20’s, fast forward to now and I run Mad About Money which is a Neuroinclusive money app that helps people to achieve […]
/ Uncategorized / By email@example.com If you are on a tight budget, trying to ensure that the kids are fed when you are out and about can seem like a difficult task, unless you are wanting to take along a picnic everywhere you go. Luckily, there are some fab offers on at many pubs, restaurants and cafes to
I started a TikTok channel last year helping people with short sharp money tips and I realised how much I loved helping people. I had an idea of an app that would give people tips but also a support system, accountability and help when they needed it. I started putting it all together. It took
On May 6th 2023, the coronation of King Charles lll will be taking place and along with an extra bank holiday there will be celebrations taking place up and down the country.
You may be joining a street party or having friends and family round, or you may be looking at doing other things, but whatever you are doing and whatever your budget looks like, we have some suggestions on how to celebrate while keeping spending to a minimum.
According to The child Poverty Action Group, the cost of having a child is over £150,000 for a couple and over £200,000 for a lone parent, but aside from the costs of childcare, which will likely contribute a lot to those figures, there are lots of unexpected and hidden costs that parents spend out on which can make the true cost of having children huge.
With family budgets feeling the strain of the cost of living crisis, you may be looking at ways to say “Yes” to bringing the fun over the Easter holidays rather than feeling like you are constantly saying “No”. So, to ensure that your kids enjoy the holidays without busting your budget, we have put together some free or cheap things to do with the kids over the Easter holidays.
If you are on a tight budget, trying to ensure that the kids are fed when you are out and about can seem like a difficult task, unless you are wanting to take along a picnic everywhere you go. Luckily, there are some fab offers on at many pubs, restaurants and cafes to help, which we have listed below. Just make sure that the read the full T&Cs before you go.
5 ways to celebrate Mother’s Day on a budget. Celebrating Mother’s Day when you don’t have a lot to spend can seem like an impossible task, but while you may not be able to give your mum, or your children’s mum the world, there are still ways in which you can make sure that they
Between 3 and 4 per cent of adults in the UK are living with ADHD, a disorder that is often misunderstood and comes with stigma attached – people with the condition are sometimes seen as lazy or not very clever, but the truth is that ADHD is a chronic medical condition, which affects a person’s
The way that we are spending has vastly changed since the cost-of-living crisis began, and with no sign of costs decreasing anytime soon, we are needing to be super savvy when it comes to doing our weekly shop. With that in mind, here at Mad About Money, we have put together some of our top