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4 revision tips for students

Do you have a son or daughter currently going through GCSEs, A Levels or university? If so, you’re probably well aware of how important it is for them to put in the 110% effort where their revision is concerned. But it’s unfortunately not that simple; it’s more than sitting down

Understanding fertility when trying for a baby

Since 1 in 6 couples experience problems when trying to conceive a child, it’s important for anyone hoping to have a baby in the future to understand a little more about fertility. The following infographic created by Concept Fertility, a fertility clinic in London, includes 6 facts that you might find

How to save for your child’s future

How to save for your child's future is something many parents think about and if we are honest stress about too. Whether you want to ensure they have money when they are students or have a deposit for rented accommodation in due course, helping ensure they have money available is

Top tips for the busy working mum

Being a working mum is hard!! There never seem to be enough hours in the day to achieve everything and you often feel like your chasing your tail trying to keep on top of the simplest of tasks such as cooking dinner every evening. When I returned to work

Children’s books and their life lessons

There’s something magical about children’s books. From the brilliant illustrations and imagery to the whimsical stories that unfold, nearly every person can recall their favourites from childhood. To this day, scholars, educators, and parents alike use these books as a vehicle to herald children’s imaginations and as a means to

Using chores to teach your children valuable life skills

As a parent, it’s tempting to let your children enjoy the carefree days of childhood without any real responsibility. We all want our children to be happy, and what’s more enjoyable than playing and creating without any obligation or accountability? Feelings of accomplishment, self-sufficiency, and independence contribute to a child’s enjoyment

How to balance children and a social life

The only opportunity you might have to spend with adults is at children’s birthday parties or at the school gates. In fact, you might not be able to remember the last time you enjoyed an evening out that exceeded 8 pm. However, becoming a parent doesn’t mean you need to give