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Episode 10 – Coronavirus 2: With a slice of lime

“Spenditure isn’t a word – I like it though” Starting with some admissions of sneaky stockpiling (although in true Cathi and Jo style, think orzo and vinegar rather than toilet rolls!), early on this episode makes us feel like the strangest day-to-day effects of Coronavirus are long gone – cheers to that ladies! But the…

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Episode 9 – Going halves on a baby

“Little and often, just like my wine intake”   In this interesting episode, Cathi and Jo explore how much it costs to raise a child. But although this does include a few grumbles (and rightly so, those ‘crawler shoes’ are a rip-off!), their take on the subject comes not just from their own experiences of…

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Risk vs Reward vs Ice-cream (Ep.8)

“Not just a thing that you play with somebody who you really fancy?” Cathi begins this episode explaining the FTSE (pronounced footsie) and makes the above comment in jest – but honestly, I’m guilty of the flirting game being the first thing that comes to my mind when I hear this word (*blushes*). So it…

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Jo Needs Saving (Ep.7)

“I always think it’s something I’ll do when I grow up. I haven’t really grown up yet. (I’m forty soon).” How many of us make new years resolutions regarding money? “I’ll save more” or “I’ll clear my debt” are some of the more common promises we make to ourselves if the resolutions made across our…

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Coronavirus Special (Ep. 6)

“That’s exactly why I’ve moved my toilet roll away from the window.” It’s great to hear in this episode that even the most informed people can have an emotional reaction in a situation of panic. But we have to be honest in saying that we didn’t realise that such reactions can affect companies “not because…

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