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Apr 26 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on Take the Financing a family quiz today!

Perhaps you’re planning on starting a family soon? Or, even if you have a family already, it’s helpful to get an insight into how much you’ll need to cover the full cost of your family. True Potential Investor, private pension and ISA specialist, can help with that. ...

Apr 26 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on How To Help Children Cope With The Death Of A Loved One

It’s difficult enough for adults when someone close to them dies. Children don’t have the same capabilities as adults when it comes to working things out, like pain and anxiety. They may not understand when death means, depending on how old they are. ...

Apr 26 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on Mobile Spy: Secured Devices, Better Digital Safety of Your Kids

Kids are surrounded by technology more than adults. We may have just our smartphone and office computer to deal with, kids have many other gadgets; gaming consoles, iPads and handheld gaming tablets etc. ...

Apr 26 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on Five Christmas nights out for mummies
CC image credit to Olin Gilbert of flickr.com

CC image credit to Ricardo Motti It’s a little over a week away now, but ladies everywhere are still looking forward to celebrating the festive season with a few Christmas parties, cocktails or more. But the holidays can be particularly hard work for mummies – whether you’re a new mum or have grown up kids of your own, here are a few ways you can let off steam or even convince your kids to take you out. ...

Apr 26 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on How to Make Your Bathroom More Child-Friendly

Bathrooms can be tricky places for kids, but there are a number of ways in which you can make yours more accessible to the littler people in your life. Here are just a few. ...

Apr 26 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on For Development At Any Age, Try Music Lessons

The question of when to start your child with music lessons is one that is often asked and comes with two definitive sub-questions, if you want to put it that way. ...

Apr 26 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on Shopping for Christmas Gifts Has Never Been Easier

Christmas is, without a shadow of a doubt, my favourite time of year. I love hearing carols all-too-early in the shops, the cheesy Christmas adverts, the excuse to splurge on special food and choosing decorations for the tree. Basically, I’m a bigger kid when it comes to Christmas than either of my little girls! But however much you enjoy Christmas, it does bring with it a lot of stress, and I’m always looking to ways to reduce this. In a way, I guess I’m fine-tuning Christmas!...

Apr 26 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on What’s the Difference: Retiring in Canada Vs. Retiring in America

Is retirement any different for Canadians than it is for Americans? Here are just some of the differences between retiring in Canada versus the States. ...

Apr 16 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on A Review of the Welsh Mountain Zoo in Colwyn Bay, North Wales

Little rant before I start this article: I don’t know about everyone else, but I’m getting a little sick of the changeable weather. Don’t get me wrong, I love the sunny days, especially as they make life so much easier in the summer holidays, but this whole rain-in-the-morning, glorious-sunshine-in-the-afternoon thing is getting old, least of all because I never know what to wear in the morning! And the rain today; atrocious. Anyway, apologies about the pointless and random...

Apr 16 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on Essay on Family Traditions

One of the most disturbing observations repeatedly vocalised by people who fall into the grandparents’ age group is that family traditions appear to be dying a slow and painful death. The elderly fondly talk about the good old days, when many of the socio-economic problems faced could be solved through the application of a few familiar, tried-sand-tested solutions. They definitely have a point and with age comes the wisdom of a very rich mix of proper life experience. However,...

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