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TSB Is Back in Business

More than two hundred years ago, there was a man who went by the name Henry Duncan. Henry Duncan was a Reverend in Dumfriesshire, and he wanted badly to help out some of the more impoverished people in his parish. In 1810, he decided to do something about this, and he created a bank, with the view of helping out ... Read More »

Stylish changing bags

Changing bags are often thought of as notoriously drab items. Overwhelmed with practicality, there is simply no room for style in these everyday items. However, companies like Baby Lurve are stocking a fantastic range of stylish AND practical changing bags. We took a look at their collection and selected our favourites… Rosebud Flying Geese Messenger Juggling a baby, a handbag ... Read More »

How to develop healthy eating habits for your children

Trying to manage your own diet is difficult, but keeping on top of your child’s eating habits as well is even harder. Here are three ways you can help your child develop a healthy diet.   Make an effort What your child eats is ultimately up to you – you’re the one that does the weekly the shop and prepares ... Read More »

Capturing energy for a greener future

In the resource-depleted future, how might we capture and utilise the energy available to us? What ingenious ideas and inventions might we put to use to feed and shelter the people of our growing worlds? Here are some of the wild and wacky ideas to be proposed. The concept of the Dyson Sphere, developed by physicist Freeman Dyson, came about ... Read More »

The Truth About Coping with Infertility

As you can imagine, coping with infertility is very, very hard. Research has proven that the stress that infertility has on a woman is similar to the stress that illnesses such as cancer, HIV, and chronic pain cause. You’ll often find yourself feeling overwhelmed, on an emotional rollercoaster and coping with the financial and emotional side effects of infertility treatment. ... Read More »

Money-Free Ways to Help a Charity

It is a familiar feeling; that nagging guilt as you zigzag down the high street, avoiding the charity representatives who want to sign you up for a monthly donation. Dodging the “chuggers”, or charity muggers, as these people are somewhat unfortunately known, is sadly all too common as people feel they are too busy, too stressed and too lacking in ... Read More »

Educate your children to get safe online

When you are a parent, safety is a big issue when it comes to your family members and particularly your children.  Keeping safe online is therefore a topic that is close to every parent’s heart, no matter what age their children are.   So whether you have little ones, middle sizes ones or verging-on-teenager sized ones, internet safety and your ... Read More »

Let off some steam

There are lots of times when you’re looking after young children that your patience is tested. And it’s not always easy to find a way to get rid of the tension and stress that you might feel while the children are around and still need your attention. Read More »

Returning to Work Part-Time After A Baby

Returning to work after having a baby and enjoying a period of maternity leave can be a challenge for many mums; many who were previously employed on a full time basis opt to resume their duties part time instead, enabling them to balance the commitments to their family and their work more effectively. Read More »