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Money Saving Tips for Drivers

Ask any parent what their biggest drain on resources is, and they will say their car. Maybe their teenager on occasion, but this is, of course, meant in jest. Cars are the bane of many drivers lives. You can’t live with them and you can’t live without them. The great thing is, you can actually save money and be a ... Read More »

When Exactly Should You Reward Your Child For Good Behaviour?

If you’re a parent or care for children quite often, then you’ve probably been in a situation where a child continues to do something they shouldn’t, even after you’ve asked them not to. Children are well known for pushing their parents boundaries to the limit! This could be throwing a fit while you’re food shopping, hitting a sibling, or something ... Read More »

How to Feel Like You Again After Giving Birth

After giving birth, women can sometimes feel a little lost. Don’t get me wrong, being a mother, especially a new mother, is a wonderful experience. However, this doesn’t stop many women from losing a sense of themselves. People wonder if they’re still the same person they once were. If this is ringing true with you, read on to learn how ... Read More »

A Guide to Writing Your Very First Birth Plan

If you’re expecting a little one of your own sometime soon, then you may have heard people tell you that you should create a birth plan, or begin thinking of creating one at least. A birth plan is a written record of what you would like to happen during your labour, and after your baby has been born. By thinking ... Read More »

Your Guide to Natural Pain Relief Methods in Childbirth

There are so many methods of pain relief that you could have during labour, it’s hard to know what to take and what not to take. Some women prefer to stick to more natural methods of pain relief during childbirth, as medical drugs can mean that it takes a lot longer for the baby to make an appearance, as the ... Read More »

How to Use Disney to Help Your Child Save

Disney is a big part of everybody’s childhood (unless, you had a terrible childhood). Depending on your age and what was available to your parents you probably grew up with one of a variety of characters. Those born in the mid-to-late eighties will probably have been brought up on a diet of the Lion King, Aladdin and the Little Mermaid. ... Read More »