Family dinner time can often be a highlight of the day. A chance for you to enjoy a meal together, catch up on what you have all been up to, and take a moment to enjoy each other’s company without the distractions of homework, work, or household chores. But do you make the most of dinner time? Do you enjoy it or find that your family enjoys the meals you prepare? Here are some of the ideas that could help you make more of family dinner times.
Sending your child to school can be overwhelming for any parent, but you also want to ensure that you do what is best for them. School isn’t easy for every child and some children will find academics much harder than their peers. While you want to help them and get involved as much as you can, you might also be aware of going too far.
Collaborative post There’s no doubt that the current cost-of-living crisis has highlighted a short and medium-term savings crisis in the UK, with 15% of Brits currently having absolutely no financial safety net at all. What’s more, just one-in-three Brits have more than £1,500 committed to savings, so it’s fair to surmise that most households aren’t in a position to currently put significant sums of cash away for their childrens’ future. However, there are other steps that you can take to contribute to your child’s financial future and security. Here’s a few to keep in mind:
AD | Collaborative post While there is nothing wrong with enjoying a winter wonderland, we need to remember that children are especially at risk of suffering the effects of colder weather. Let’s examine eight ways to keep them warm during the coming months.
AD | Collaborative post Have you ever looked back with nostalgia on when you got your first skateboard? The thought probably brings back very fond memories. Now that you have a child, you are probably thinking about how you can get your child into skateboarding. Unfortunately, not all kids are the same as their parents. Your interests when you were younger might be different from yours. However, you can still influence them by introducing them to new toys and experiences. One of the reasons they may be terrified is the idea of trying to balance
AD | Collaborative post As we all know, the cost of living is rising and with heating bills set to be at an all-time high this year, it might be a good idea to save money elsewhere. A good way of doing this, especially during the colder months, is to find fun things to do at home.
AD | Collaborative post Choosing a used car should be a great experience, but can sometimes be a time for doubts, errors of judgement and regrets. Here are some points to consider before you even set foot in your car dealer’s territory. Read Reviews Always check out reviews, looking for details about the customer service, the product’s quality and condition, after sales servicing, and the prices of the products or services for sale. Bear in mind with reviews, that while almost all of those (approximately 90% of those who suffer bad service or who feel
Collaborative post A fast-moving property market can be a good thing. While sellers mostly benefit from this arrangement, buyers can reap the rewards if they’re fast enough to. Of course, property markets have gone into overdrive across the UK in recent times. However, Bristol is often a focal point for building interest. Indeed, this area appeals to buyers and sellers alike, and everyone dabbling in these property markets can feel energised and hopeful. But why does Bristol have such a fast-moving property market? What’s behind the excitement and activity? We ponder these enquiries further down