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With February being a leap month, I took a leap of sorts (well not really, just some creative liberty). I was doing a review of my cards, spurred on by a visit to the bank advisor, and realised that I was being silly having a credit card I was paying...

Month Two! Thing haven’t gone quite as well as I hoped this month. Both my Virgin credit card (for work) and Barclaycard went up in balance by 4.97% (£495). This is for a single reason, that being that I have dont a few days work this month away from Birmingham....

Welcome to the first installment of my personal debt posts as I account for my spending and attempt to reduce my debt by £3000 in 2012. With this being January, I have taken balances as of the 1st, and will continue to do so each month.

A few years ago I came across Consumerism Commentary and the monthly updates. The writer, Flexo, was being public about his income and expenditure, and posting his monthly balance sheets to his blog as a way of being publicly accountable for his spending. He started in 2003, and recently stopped...

…I started this project on Flickr and it finally comes to an end. Its been fun. Its been hardwork. I’ve been late uploading, sometimes very late. And this is the final piece

As mentioned in my earlier post, I spent a week in New York last month. It was an awesome experience and I loved every minute, despite some rather crappy weather.I figured it might be useful for some people to pass on some travel tips or advice as I had some...

My company builds their machines based on a USB rebuild solution, applying a Windows WIM image with Windows PE. I wanted to get this into a VMWare Fusion VM. After some googling, I managed to get it working, and here is how. My main resource was this invaluable page. I...

During my job I make a lot of trips to Oxford on a bi-weekly basis and it was only this week that I actually bothered to put on my “All Time Faves” playlist to listen to. And I thought I would share it here. The history of this actually goes...