Spending and Saving: A Delicate Dance

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Spending and Saving: A Delicate Dance

Welcome to my blog. My name is Catherine, and in this blog, I am going to write about my absolute favourite thing to do: shopping. I love to shop, but like most of the world, I'm not a billionaire (or even a millionaire), and as a result, I need to be able to save whilst I spend. This blog starts with that idea, and it goes into multiple other topics. I hope that it becomes a resource that you can return to again and again. Most importantly, I hope that it improves your relationship with shopping! Thank you for reading, and please, share these posts on Facebook, Twitter or whatever sites you use. Cheers.

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Tips and Tricks to Maximise Camera Battery Life

21 June 2017
 Categories: , Blog

You've got a great subject, you've lined up the shot perfectly, checked your settings and adjusted for the environment. Then you press the shutter button and . . . nothing happens. There are few things in life worse than the feeling you get when you're about to take a photo, only for your camera's battery to give up on you. Although modern digital camera batteries usually last quite a long time, that can be a problem in itself, as you're more likely to forget to charge it. Read More …

Sheepskin gloves for people with chilly extremities

5 April 2017
 Categories: Shopping, Blog

Many people get extra cold hands even when everyone around is not that cold. Having very cold hands can make it hard to do all sorts of tasks like fitting keys in locks and opening doors extra challenging. Sheepskin gloves can be the perfect solution. Here are some of the reasons sheepskin is a great material for gloves.  Windproof If the weather is particularly cold, you also often have a nasty wind to contend with. Read More …

We Have the Technology: How Retailers Can Grow Using Automated POS Data

28 March 2016
 Categories: Shopping, Blog

Retailers face stiff competition, both from physical competitors and online outlets. However, not all technological innovations have produced negative effects. Retailers can now use sophisticated point of sale (POS) systems to automate the buying process, saving customers time and cutting the company's own costs as well. Those systems can be used to collect POS data. If you're not already doing that, you're missing a great opportunity. Here are just three ways you can use that information to grow your business. Read More …