As a passionate and well-informed champion of consumer rights I write about complex financial issues with clarity and enthusiasm.
I examined the explosion of the B Corp movement in the UK and the companies putting planet before profit. Read the full article in the Metro here.
I reviewed five subscription boxes to see if their at home experiences were value for money. Read the full review in loveMONEY here.
I wrote about futureproofing your business in uncertain times for the Metro newspaper. Read the full article here.
I have noticed a boom in subscription delivery boxes this year so decided to a write a feature about how these newfound businesses have been taking off during lockdown. Here is my report for Metro newspaper.
I spotted this story on a Facebook group and thought it would make a great case study story especially with pictures of the cards. It was published in loveMONEY as a positive business pivot story. Read the full article here.
I produced this guide for the Metro newspaper on 10 steps to get out of coronavirus related debt.
I was interviewed for website Creative Money about how I organise my personal and professional finances. It was really nice to be the one chatting away, rather than the person asking the questions for once. You can read the full article here.
When I began to see evidence of teen entrepreneurs starting new businesses during lockdown I pitched this positive money feature to the Guardian. You can read the full article here.
I spotted on my networks that the new green home grants scheme appeared to be faltering before it had even started. I pitched the idea to the Mail on Sunday who commissioned me to investigate it for this story.
I spoke to a former Sheffield Hallam University journalism student (small world eh?) about how she saved for her first home with her partner. Read the full story here.
I spoke to money coach Emma Maslin about how to define and understand your money personality for this Metro guide.
I spoke to teenagers about their plans for their Child Trust Funds and options for the funds. Read the full Metro article here.