No matter what your walk of life is, I’m sure you’ve experienced times in your life that you’ve needed money fast. Perhaps you’re in that situation now? I’ve read that it’s generally a good idea to have at least three times your monthly salary saved up in the bank in case of an emergency. However, many people simply don’t have this, or even any savings at all. So what do you do if you need money fast? Life is unpredictable and sometimes you need cash quickly. I can think of 4 times over the last few years that I have! View Post
Hundreds if not thousands of people a year opt to give up their lives and travel around the cities or even the world. But you may be surprised to learn that a lot of these people are parents that take their child along for the ride and whilst many people may question their choices it seems to work for them.
Some people opt to buy a property in a city like London to visit every now and then to give them a definite home between travelling but others opt to travel the world with little to no stable home. However, as already said it works for them and is often suggested to be a far better life for a child than simply staying in one place. But with two very different options what do they offer? View Post
What to do on a day off? All too often as an adult, our days off of work are spent still working in some capacity. Whether doing DIY, cleaning or looking after children, it’s tough to catch a break. But what if you actually took a day off just for you and spent it doing something fun? After all, surely at least one day of holiday can be spent doing something for yourself? Here are some great ideas for doing just that! View Post
In the United Kingdom, our culture is built on many traditions that we uphold every year. Bonfire Night, Maypole dancing and cheese rolling are just some of the traditions that feature in the British way of life, but what others feature around the world?
From a tooth raven to shoes filled with gifts, we take you on a global tour of family traditions. View Post
The main focus of the last few days has, of course, been the snow. We’ve had lots of it here in Kent and the roads have been quite unsafe. As such, we haven’t managed to get out Mother’s Day shopping yet. I’m sure many of you are in the same boat. However, it’s creeping up fast as Mother’s Day is now only next weekend on Sunday 11th March! Here’s some gift ideas – most of which you can buy online to save you going out in the ice and cold weather. View Post