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    Getting Your 2020 Off To A Healthy Start

    A new year is a good time to wipe the slate clean and start again. And there’s no better place to start than with your health. Your health is important, but it’s incredibly easy for things to fall by the wayside because of work and a busy family life. Getting the year off to a healthy start can help you develop some great new habits and keep your family protected.  Here are some tips for getting healthier in 2020. Set a stricter bedtime routine If there’s one thing that people need to do more of, it’s sleep. Getting your bedtime routine right is important, and will help you all feel…

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    Tips for Travelling with Children

    Are you looking at planning a trip with your family but don’t know where to start? The key is in the small details when it comes to travelling with children of any age. Babies and toddlers can be ideal travel companions if you plan things correctly. Getting to not only explore your destination but also see it through your children’s eyes can really add a different dimension to your trip. Image Credit: Pexels CC0 License There are so many benefits for the whole family, including young children when it comes to travelling. Creating memories, experiencing new cultures and meeting new people are just some of the ways you can enrich…

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    How Technology Can Benefit Your Family

    It can be really easy to feel as though your children spend too much time using technology such as spending time on games consoles, their mobile phone and computers. You may even encounter a stroppy teenager when you ask them to put their phone down during dinner or when spending family time together. There is no avoidance, that technology has had an impact on everyday family life.  Certain pieces of tech and the internet have enabled families to have options that weren’t in existence just a decade ago. It’s even impacted the way that families communicate with each other and the way they plan their time.  From instant messaging, texting,…

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    How to Make Your Home Easy to Clean

    We all know that running a family home can be difficult, it’s almost like a 2nd full-time job. Whenever you feel like you have cleaned a room it turns into a complete mess again in just a few hours.  Maintaining a clean and tidy home can be exhausting! If you have small children and pets then it’s essential you have some sort of organized plan for cleaning. Without a plan, your home can quickly become a dump.  To help significantly reduce your house workload and the stress that comes with it, here are some top tips for making your home easy to clean. The aim is to create a house…

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    How To Cope When Moving House With Young Children

    Moving to a new family home with young children can be such a stressful experience, as there are just so many opportunities for things to go wrong. Juggling the commitment of being a parent and holding down employment whilst getting your next house ready is a huge responsibility, and it’s easy to become overwhelmed and therefore lose focus and potentially put any part of your life at risk. Luckily, by following a few top tips that can aid you in preparing yourself for the move, you can ensure that the experience is as hassle free as possible, so that you start making wonderful memories in your new surroundings in no…

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    A Flying Start In Life: The Skills Your Kids Need To Learn Before They Move Out

    It’s a difficult world out there! When you are looking to set a good example for your children, you will truly see the fruits of your labour when they fly the nest. And sometimes, we can find ourselves in for quite a shock, especially if our children are ill-prepared to deal with things like paying bills! It’s a shame that many schools do not teach the practical skills in life, but would rather focus on Pythagoras’ theorem. This means we’ve got to take the law into our own hands to ensure that our children have the skills, not just to benefit them when they move out but also, that it…