All posts by Nigel Brokenshire

Nigel Brokenshire

About 

Nigel is the founder of BeeMyMinder. Developed from his own frustrations keeping on top of household/personal finances and dealing with piles of papers and associated documents.

About Nigel Brokenshire

Nigel is the founder of BeeMyMinder. Developed from his own frustrations keeping on top of household/personal finances and dealing with piles of papers and associated documents.

Here are my most recent posts

Preparing to move

When it comes to selling and buying property it can be a stressful time. Well before you actually do the move there is a lot of paperwork to be sourced, forms to complete and questions to be answered. Read on to find out how BeeMyMinder has helped us to make things smoother. Fail to Plan,… Read More

BeeAware of Ransomware

As we become more digitally enabled, the concerns about how secure your information is increases. The recent worldwide cyber-attack is a fine example of the potential risk. Understand what happened and be informed on what BeeMyMinder has put in place to help combat this, but also your role to be safe while online.   Ransomware… Read More

Life as an Entrepreneur

I’m not even sure if I can call myself an entrepreneur. However, if you recognise an entrepreneur as someone who believes in an idea, takes the leap of faith to try and make it happen (whether successful or not) then I think I’m one. Read on as I outline my journey thus far, provide some helpful… Read More

The Holiday cues

No, it’s not the Holiday Blues, but Holiday Cues. Why is that you may ask? Well on a recent overseas holiday I was notified of a few developments on the home front that unless I had BeeMyMinder I may have come unstuck. So if you go on holidays and want peace of mind about the… Read More

2017 Feel the Pinch

It is the start of a brand new year and many of us are back into the swing of things. Some might have set New Year resolutions, while others just want to get on with life. However, the financial back-drop for 2017 looks challenging and our household finances are going to ‘feel the pinch’? What… Read More