Top Tips

New Years Resolutions and How To Keep Them

We all know that as soon as Christmas is over we start to prepare for the New Years celebrations followed by the New Year resolutions. I am no stranger of the resolution list that I simply can not keep – It’s like the whole can’t cook, wont cook saying. The …

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Lower Prices with Broadband and Phone Bundles

Broadband and Phone Bundles

Why Bundling Your Home Internet And Phone is a Smart Move If you’re paying separate monthly fees for home broadband and your telephone line then you could well be paying a lot more than you need to. A ‘bundle’ from just one service provider can be a cost-effective option, and …

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Prepare Early: Why Saving Up For Your Children Now Will Be Better In The Long Run

Saving Up For Your Children

Saving is important for everyone to make sure safety and security. As parents, we want to make sure that our children have bright futures. Saving for your children can never start too early. Children come with a lot of costs, and it’s your responsibility as parents to make sure they …

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Top Tips: Safety At Christmas

Safety At Christmas

Christmas truly is the most wonderful time of the year for many households, but with all the excitement and frenzy, it’s also a time where there’s so much scope to go wrong, safety wise. There are a few tips and tricks on safety at Christmas you can follow to keep …

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Keeping it Safe Whilst Gaming Online

Everyone loves to kick back and relax and nowadays more and more people are choosing to do via their phones, tablets or laptops, logging on to a variety of online gaming sites and enjoying a little excitement. With so many sites now out there however, it can be rather difficult …

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3 Brilliant Indoor Kids Birthday Party Ideas

Its not easy to find fun activities for your kid’s birthday when it’s cold and raining outside. Those born in the spring and summer months, even the early autumn, can make the most of big bouncy castles in the garden, rushing off to theme parks or just running around in …

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What makes start-ups successful?

  I was invited along to an event by Joe Blogs hosted by Hiscox but unfortunately I wasn’t able to attend as I was away on a UK little break with my boys but they were kind enough to send me a few goodies from the event and a follow-up …

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6 Tips to Help You Create a Perfect Hygienic Environment for Your Children

Perfect Hygienic Environment

Caring for a child is a full time job, and housework and cleaning are often thought of as a secondary consideration. However, if you have a child that is crawling around the floor and playing on the various surfaces in your home, then your care will include keeping those surfaces …

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10 Great Personalised Baby Gift Suggestions

If you’re searching for a unique and fun gift, there’s nothing better than to choose a personalised one that features the baby’s name or photograph. Perhaps a friend or family member has just given birth to a newborn. Parents often need items that will make their little ones comfortable while …

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Essential Items For The Family Beach Trip

Family Beach Trip

Summer seems like a distant memory already for me but that doesn’t mean we still can’t throw the kids in the car, cram the boot full of equipment and head down to the beach for a Family Beach Trip. We’re actually off on a little family break this weekend at a cute Camber Sands …

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How to brighten up your home this winter

home this winter

The leaves have already begun to fall from the trees and before we know it, winter will be in full swing! Although December brings with it many festivities, it’s also a season brimming with dark nights, gloomy mornings, cooler temperatures and sniffly noses. Thankfully there are many tips to help …

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10 Ways to Improve your Health and Attitude in a Week

Improve your Health and Attitude

Modern life is stressful, no doubt about it. Juggling family commitments, work and relationships is a full-time job in itself – little wonder that most of us don’t prioritise our own wellbeing. It’s all too easy to bury these problems under a blanket of poor dietary choices and denial, but …

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Different Gift Ideas for Attending a Baby Shower

Gift Ideas for Attending a Baby Shower

If you’re attending a baby shower soon and are looking for a gift with a bit of a difference, it can be quite difficult to say the least. After all, there will no doubt be lots of people there and mum and baby will be inundated with loads of lovely …

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From Boring to Breathtaking: A Bungalow Dining Room Update

Bungalow Dining Room

If you live in a full-sized home, you probably scratch your head at how people can live in a bungalow. They’re not real homes, right? Not so fast. While they are small, they’re still amazing in their own right. What’s more, they’re not difficult to decorate if you’re the creative …

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How To Make Friends Online

Online Friends

Billions of people have access to the Internet and go online daily to discuss anything and everything they are interested in with their online community. They post photos, micro blog, share interesting news stories and articles and comment on posts. But how do you become a part of this international …

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Do You Need More Change In Your Life?

life's a beach

How families can embrace change in their life with particular focus on changing energy tariffs and the benefits this can offer. When things are going well in life, the idea of repetition doesn’t seem like a bad thing. The old saying ‘if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’ holds true …

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Adapting Your Lifestyle Ready for Fostering


If you’re thinking of fostering a child, or are actually somewhat into the process and would simply like more info, we’ve put together some tips for adapting your lifestyle accordingly to help the child settle in with you and your family as smoothly as possible. They can be big or …

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Coping With Fussy Eaters While Abroad

Coping With Fussy Eaters

If your child refuses to eat anything but bread and chocolate cereal, you might dread going abroad – after all there are only so many loaves and morning snacks you can pack into a bag. Travelling with a fussy eater is certainly a challenge, but don’t let that overshadow or …

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