Unexpected Spring Expenditure

April 19, 2013

As this ghastly cold weather rolls into the Spring months and continues to eat up my favourite mornings, when the trees begin to spring back to life and the crisp, bright skies come back to life, I have begun to think about how this could easily end up as one of the more difficult seasons financially. As one of the seasons of change.

Spring often results in having to spend a fair amount of money on new purchases. Though I can usually budget fairly well, in the past I have had to look to a Short Term Loan for help. With such an unusually cold Spring, there may be even greater challenges ahead.


After cold winters, there is usually a great deal of maintenance work to be done around the house and on high value investments, such as the car. This will probably be especially true this year, as we cope with the extra wear, tear and general damage caused by snow, rain and low temperatures. Though there is not much you can do about this, unless you’re thinking of getting rid of the car completely next year and investing in a snow plough instead, it may be a good idea to put a little extra aside this year for maintenance jobs.


Keeping an eye on the kids


Growing kids are one of the biggest problems when it comes to managing finances in the Spring. It’s a period in which warm weather clothes come back out from whatever hiding place we’d found for them only to realise that they are too small and can no longer be worn. Whether it is new school shorts or a whole new selection of t-shirts, it’s something that usually requires a bit of spending. One way to combat this is to look to hand-me-downs as a solution. After all, they probably grow a lot faster than your bank balance does.


As mentioned earlier, I have sometimes had to rely on a Quick Loan to get us through difficult springs in the past – this site is always a good option. While many people wouldn’t recommend this, I have found that, as long as you have a good understanding of how the loan works and a repayment plan, they can help out a lot. Though it is not something you should be doing regularly, it can definitely ease that end of month squeeze as you wait for a little cash to free up for bills and other important expenditures.

  • Felix Lee April 22, 2013 at 12:49 pm

    Spring is really the time to fix the after effects of winter. I’m glad I’ve quite prepared for it so I won’t have to turn on loans for an additional on the budget.