My new money-saving column for Woman&Home!

Picture of my new column in Woman&Home magazine with a cup of tea

Me! In Woman&Home!

I’ve very overexcited to be writing a new financial column for Woman&Home magazine, and the first issue is out now!

Grab a copy of the July issue, with Jane Fonda on the cover, and you can find out why I’m so passionate about helping people make the most of their money, and how I save money across all areas of our family life.

What’s the new Woman& Home column all about?

I’ll be writing a money-saving column every month, packed with thrifty tips to help you spend smarter and bag bargains.

I really believe that money isn’t boring – it can set you free.

Money brings the choice to move home, walk away from a bad relationship or leave a job that isn’t working for you. But lack of money – or mounting debt – can destroy lives. I’m used to writing articles for newspapers like The Sunday Times, the Daily Telegraph and the Financial Times, so it’s brilliant to reach women who might need to know more about money through different channels.

In this first column, I also talk about what a difference managing money has made to my own life, with our big move from London to Suffolk. We were very lucky to be able to to take advantage of rising property prices, but we couldn’t have done it if we’d been drowning in debt. Find out where we make the biggest savings and how!

In future, I’ll be covering what I’m up to on the financial front, need-to-know money issues and – crucially – the best bargains to make the most of your cash. Savvy spending, bill slashing and nabbing great deals can all help your money go further. The column will include thrifty tips and tricks right across home, holidays, hobbies, family life, food and fashion.


Picture of my section on the Meet our contributors page of the July issue of Woman & Home

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How did it happen?

The column all came about after I won a place on the JD Williams Don’t Tell Me I Can’t mentoring competition earlier this year.

I spent a week in London working with the Good to Know website, and learning new social media skills from the experts, and then went up to Manchester to be part of a panel discussion at the first ever Don’t Tell Me I Can’t event (my post all about it).

That’s when I got to hear an inspiring talk by Kath Hall, editor of Woman&Home, about the opportunities for women in the prime of life. Afterwards, we talked about the importance for women in particular to make the most of their money – and now I’ll be sharing money-saving ideas through my column!


Picture of Woman&Home July issue with Jane Fonda on the cover plus Feel Good Food magazine

Saved £2.99 by buying both

How to get Woman&Home for less

Do grab a copy while you can. Woman&Home costs £4.50, but when I bought one for my mother in WHSmith, they were selling Woman&Home July issue together with Woman&Home’s Feel Good Food magazine at £5.50 for both.

Alternatively, Magazines Direct offers bargain subscriptions to Woman&Home, so you could get it with up to 50% off, at £29.99 for a year (click here to see subscription offers*)

You can also catch up with Woman&Home by visiting its website, following its Twitter and Instagram feeds, and signing up for the W&H newsletter at the bottom of this home page.

Over to you

It feels very strange to see myself on the pages of a glossy magazine. My husband wanted to know why I’d mentioned his age and not mine (snort I get to write it) and whether they’d photoshopped my picture, as I looked slimmer (charming).

Now over to you – any queries about the column? Any key areas where you’d love money-saving info and tips? Do share in the comments!


Post about my previous article for Woman&Home on financial FOFO – the financial fear of finding out: are you afraid of money?  and the article itself.

I’m linking up with CassEmma and Becky in this week’s ‘Five fabulously frugal things I’ve done this week’ linky.

*indicates an affiliate link, so anything you buy through it will help support the blog, as I will get a small commission at no cost to you. Many thanks!

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  1. Sue Cuthbert
    15th June 2018 / 3:40 pm

    Lovely to have someone famous living in Suffolk!
    Good news on your new column. Well Done!

    Sue at the cottage at the end of a lane

  2. 15th June 2018 / 6:01 pm

    How Fabulous!
    I know what you mean by how strange it was to see yourself on the front of the magazine! We experienced that with seeing ourselves on TV this week and last.
    I look forward to reading your column each week. Would love to hear more about investing and family finances.

  3. Tree
    15th June 2018 / 9:23 pm

    Wow! That is seriously impressive!
    Well done.

  4. 16th June 2018 / 6:21 pm

    This is so exciting, Faith! The don’t tell me I can’t thing sounds excellent too. I shall read with interest.

  5. Sue
    16th June 2018 / 11:05 pm

    It was great to see you in a ‘glossy’ ☺

    I got my copy along with another magazine with the Tesco ‘two mags for £6’ offer. Then passed it to my Mum who then put it into the communal lounge where she lives.

    It’ll be well read

  6. 19th June 2018 / 1:55 pm

    Thast is just FAB!

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