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7 European Summer Destinations For Your 2022

Crystal clear sea, the fresh mountain air or cities full of life?
Summer gives us an endless selection of choices to spend our holidays in the best way possible.

How many destinations do you know in Europe that are ideal for spending your summer holiday?

16.06.22

Midsummer: Many Traditions for a Worldwide Festival

Midsummer officially represents the beginning of summer.
This is a holiday filled with tradition, history and magic.
One  celebration across multiple nations, but most noticeably, within the Northern European countries. 

31.05.22

SmartCredit: A New Way to get your Loan

When the desire to satisfy your needs knocks at the door, it’s hard to turn your back on it. Getting a loan is not always easy.
For many customers, control over their loans is considered the main factor.
That’s why Creditstar has come up with a solution that meets the needs of people like yourself: Smartcredit.

11.05.22

Easy Ways to Earn Extra Money

Everyone wants to earn more money.

Whether you’re paying off debts, planning a dream vacation, or saving for retirement, increasing your income can provide a boost to your goal.

06.04.22

How to Celebrate Easter on a Budget

As much as Easter is a fun celebration for the family, it can also be hard on your family’s budget. You’ve just gotten through Christmas, New Year and Valentine’s Day, and now it’s time to start thinking about bunny outfits for the kids, overflowing Easter baskets, and plenty of tasty food for a special Easter dinner. The costs can quickly mount up.

16.03.22

5 European Cities to Visit this Spring

Spring is just around the corner! The sun starts to heat up, the grass gets greener and flowers begin to bloom. That’s why this season is the perfect time to enjoy a city break and discover the most beautiful European destinations. In spring, crowds are much smaller and prices lower compared to summer.

09.02.22

Valentine’s Day Traditions Around the World

Valentine’s Day is a highly anticipated celebration all over the world. The origins of Valentine’s Day are unclear, however, it’s believed that the holiday has its roots in ancient Rome where it was first known as Lupercalia. At the end of the 5th century, it was officially replaced with St Valentine’s Day, named after the patron saint of lovers.

12.01.22

What will 2022 bring?

The year 2022 has finally arrived, and of course, we want to know what will happen! Astrologers predict that this year will be full of new opportunities, optimism and will be a lot different from the past several years.

17.12.21

Simple Ways to Save Money This Christmas

The holiday season can be an expensive time for many of us. While Christmas is about spending quality time with your family and making memories, it’s also easy to get caught up in spending too much money. Before you know it, there are gifts, family meals, travelling and much more to sort out.

07.12.21

Christmas Gift Guide: Unique Ideas for the Whole Family


The holiday season is right around the corner! And that means it’s time to start thinking about what to put under the Christmas tree. Despite all the joy and excitement that the holiday season brings, it can also be a stressful time. Coming up with new and unique gift ideas every year may seem like an impossible task.

15.11.21

5 Fun Hobbies that Require No Money

For many of us, working from home has become the new normal. But with all the time spent at home, your life shouldn’t become just working on your computer, scrolling through social media and watching TV. To sustain a healthy work-life balance, it’s important to find time to disconnect, relax and have some fun in your spare time.

22.10.21

How to Get Out of Debt: 3 Tips That Work

Being in debt isn’t easy. Falling behind with your loan payments, rent and other bills can cause serious financial stress. It can also prevent you from reaching goals that are actually important to you, like buying your own home or saving for retirement.

24.09.21

Smart Financial Goals to Set for Yourself

Most of us wish that our financial situation could be better than it is. However, we usually don’t have a clear plan to achieve that. If you’re not moving towards anything specific, it’s easy to lose focus and spend more than you should. That’s why, before you can start saving money, it’s important to set yourself clear financial goals.

06.09.21

How to Get Your Home Ready for Autumn

It’s that time of year again. Kids go back to school, days get shorter and leaves start changing colour. While autumn is the season to go for walks and enjoy beautiful nature, it also means spending a lot more time indoors. So if you haven’t already, then now is the perfect time to start preparing your house or flat for the colder months ahead. With just a few small changes, you can turn your home into a cosy place where you just want to get comfy on the sofa and enjoy a hot cup of tea.

29.07.21

4 Reasons you should consider travelling to the countryside

You know that feeling of clear-headed calm that washes over you when you listen to water babbling down a stream, or leaves rustling in the wind? Researchers say they’ve pinpointed a scientific explanation for why sounds from nature have such a restorative effect on our psyche: According to a new study, they physically alter the connections in our brains, reducing our body’s natural fight-or-flight instinct.

20.04.21

5 Side Hustle Ideas You Can Start Today

The spread of COVID-19 has affected almost all countries in the world. Nearly everyone has experienced the financial impact of the pandemic. Many of us have had to adjust the way we work and some of us even deal with redundancies and salary cuts.

24.02.21

Shop smart: simple hacks that everyone should know

For many of us, shopping takes up a big part of our monthly budgets. So spending money is something that we can’t really avoid. However, what we can do is to teach ourselves how to spend it wisely and become smart shoppers. Where to start? Smart shopping is actually not hard at all. All you need to do is to plan ahead, do some research and have a bit of patience.