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COVID-19 has wrecked havoc with wedding plans. Which has meant extra planning and replanning. As a bride, you'll spend 36 whole days planning your wedding. You'll cross your fingers and hope that your wedding runs exactly to schedule. But despite your best efforts, there's bound to be something that goes wrong on the day. A contingency plan has never been more essential than during these COVID times.

I want to welcome you to the Two Hoots Tribe - our new community where we are harnessing consumers’ voices to improve products and services.

We all purchase products and services on a daily basis. As we go about our day, using these products and services, often we encounter questions and issues. When this happens, we want to reach out to somebody for help.

COVID has made us appreciate how important it is to care for our health. At the start of the lockdown, restrictions meant we had to cancel our checkups. Now, we are making bookings for our vaccine injections. It is also that time of year when the price of Private Health Insurance increases. You are probably wondering how the latest changes will affect you and your family.

The use of Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) services like Afterpay and Zip are gaining in popularity. After many years of debate, BNPL is still not considered a loan and there are no laws to protect customers. Instead of laws, a Code of Conduct created by the industry for the industry has been released in Australia. We examine the mechanics of these guidelines, what it means for your purchasing power and the things you can do to prevent mishaps.

We all have our dream travel destinations in post COVID times. Due to the abrupt halt to travel, many of us have money stored in foreign currency and on travel cards. We’re trusting our travel money is safe until we can travel again. However there are some recent changes affecting travel money.

Living in the digital age means we're able to plan our adventures from the comfort of our home. We spend our time researching and coordinating, hopeful of having a fun time, usually with our favourite people in tow. So, how can you tell if the event going to be a fizzer or a best-seller when you're reading the promotions?