Parents apparently now find talking to their children about the ‘birds and the bees’ less awkward than discussing technology – because of their lack of knowledge when it comes to computers, apps and memes. Is that you?
There are many types of pest from the furry kind to the creepy kind and we all tend to have a natural aversion to them. People are scared of mice because for 1000s of years having pests around us is known to be a bad thing. These days the thought of rats in our house is even more awful than perhaps it was 2000 years ago and if we have children it pushes the levels of revulsion up even more! But how do we know we have a problem; does it matter and what do we do?
It shouldn’t be tricky should it? I mean choosing a lunch box should be like a two second task right? It’s just a lunch box, aren’t they all the same?
Whereas most people’s goals for the New Year often revolve around losing weight and getting fit, not everybody’s are based on these things. Some people may have resolved to force themselves out of their comfort zones and to try new things. If you’re looking to broaden your horizons and try something new, here’s a look at 4 hobbies many people seem to be trying this year.
Crisp and Co. – a UK legal firm, specialising in family law have shared some of their top tips for dealing with a break-up, and helping your kids to get through it as well.
Having a garden is great for family life, it gives the little ones somewhere to run around in and you somewhere to relax in. The one thing about gardens is that over time they get messy, things break and get old and they become generally in need of updating.
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Life as we know it has changed drastically compared to the last couple of decades. Parents, and often mums in particular are now more than ever tasked with endless amounts of responsibilities at work, and then have to come home and prepare lunches, put clothes in the washer, and provide an environment for their children to learn and grow to be healthy and happy adults someday.