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Welcome to the Homely Economics podcast! On this show, we're going to be talking about all things personal finance, including frugality, family, and the philosophy of money. My name is Lee, and I write at HomelyEconomics.com. Homely Economics is a UK-based personal finance blog and podcast, but the principles of home economics we discuss are universal. To find out more, visit Homely Economics.com/podcast. Thanks for tuning in, and remember to subscribe for new episodes!

Welcome to the Homely Economics podcast! On this show, we're going to be talking about all things personal finance, including frugality, family, and the philosophy of money. My name is Lee, and I write at HomelyEconomics.com. Homely Economics is a UK-based personal finance blog and podcast, but the principles of home economics we discuss are universal. To find out more, visit Homely Economics.com/podcast. Thanks for tuning in, and remember to subscribe for new episodes!

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Welcome to the Homely Economics podcast! On this show, we're going to be talking about all things personal finance, including frugality, family, and the philosophy of money. My name is Lee, and I write at HomelyEconomics.com. Homely Economics is a UK-based personal finance blog and podcast, but the principles of home economics we discuss are universal. To find out more, visit Homely Economics.com/podcast. Thanks for tuning in, and remember to subscribe for new episodes!

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English


Episodes

Everything I Learned From My Mother About Money

5/26/2020
My mother has taught me a lot about life, but not always in a direct way. Here are 5 lessons on everything I learned from my mother about money. Read the original post here: Everything I Learned From My Mother About Money

Duration:00:08:47

Simple Ways To Stop Wasting Food

4/27/2020
Food waste has been a hot topic for some time now, and I've already written a couple of articles about it on the blog. However, right now, it's more relevant than ever. Even for those of us who can afford to throw extra cash at the supermarket till, the process of going out and buying food has become a bit more complicated and laborious. Lots of people feel anxious about leaving the house to go to the supermarket, so they'd rather make the most of what they have. Because of this, food...

Duration:00:23:05

Jobs To Do During The Coronavirus Lockdown

4/6/2020
Jobs to do during coronavirus lockdown - from key worker roles to home-based jobs and future income streams, here are some ideas for lockdown employment. Find the show transcript at https://homelyeconomics.com/podcast-4 or read as a stand-alone post at https://homelyeconomics.com/jobs-to-do-during-coronavirus-lockdown/

Duration:00:19:17

Panic Or Preparation? Practical Pandemic Pointers

3/16/2020
Stock markets are tanking, layoffs have started, people are panic buying and preppers are feeling vindicated.So is it time for practical pandemic pointers?

Duration:00:17:23

Making The Money Habit Stick

3/8/2020
Some people find it easy to stick to a routine, and some people find it impossible. Whether it's losing weight, exercising more or saving money, some of us have lost hope of making a new habit stick. We think we just haven't got what it takes, and it's not worth the effort. But human behaviour isn't as much of a mystery as we might imagine; big business pours a lot of money into understanding what makes us act the way we do, and how to manipulate us into spending more. What if we could look...

Duration:00:23:17

Is It Worth It?

2/26/2020
Is it worth it? Frugality, penny-pinching - whatever you call it - is it really worth the hassle? To introduce the podcast, we'll talk a little bit about why frugal living might be worthwhile. Read the transcript at homelyeconomics.com/podcast-1

Duration:00:07:24

Trailer

2/13/2020
Welcome to Homely Economics! Here's what this show is all about.

Duration:00:00:32