BODY PART INSUARANCE
❚ Good Girl Gone Bad Rihanna’s pins are one of her best features – she shows them off enough. The singer agrees, getting herself an insurance policy worth £638,000 to cover them.
❚ Cricket player Merv Hughes’ huge moustache was one of the most celebrated in sport, so
it made sense to get it covered. For £200,000.
❚ If his chest hair falls out, Welsh Sex Bomb singer Tom Jones won’t have to worry. Luckily, he’s insured the fuzz on his torso for £4.5m.
❚ One woman whose career has pretty much been built on the size of her arse, J-Lo has had her buttocks insured for a staggering £192m. Maybe Pippa Middleton should consider taking out a policy too…
CASH SAVING TIPS
SWEET TRAVEL DEALS
Hit the TNT Travel Show for some hefty discounts, with up to 50 per cent off trips abroad. On March 3, there’ll be more than 100 exhibitors at Earls Court – all intent on getting you half way around the world for cheap. Register online for free entry. tnttravelshow.com.
SHIFT THAT DEBT, MO-FLO
If you need a little help with budgeting to pay off debts, sign up to Mo-Flo. It lets you keep track of what you’ve spent, so you can keep an eye on your regular and unplanned payments. Then it helps you set goals for paying things off or to save for
an all-important trip.
Make some money by selling unwanted clothes on pre-loved fashion website Wardrobemistress.co.uk. Or bag yourself cheap designer gear from the site, where you’ll find Phillip Lim tops for £55 and Marc Jacobs jeans for £45. There’s even a mini shop devoted to Chanel.
HOW YOU SPEND IT!
Justin Morris, 26
Job: IT consultant
How do you budget?
I don’t really budget too strictly, but I try to limit nights out on the beers to two a week and only eat out once a week. I try and save
a bit each month, too.
Any money-saving tips for living in London?
Papa John’s vouchers are great for two-for-one deals on pizza, a Zone 1-2 Travelcard will save cash in the long-run and sites such as Travelzoo are great for cheap travel and nights out.
Last big blow-out?
Flights to Miami for Ultra Music Festival in March that set me back almost £450. It’s a three-day festival on the beach with dance acts from all around the world and 100,000+ people. It’s going to be immense!
What non-essential items do you spend money on?
Coffee. Lots and lots of coffee. That, and burritos.