Even in these difficult economic times British families are loathe to give up their annual fortnight in the sun. Many of us will scrimp and save all year to ensure a couple of weeks of fun and relaxation so it’s essential to make savings wherever possible. The best way to save money on your holiday is . . . → Read More: 5 Of the Best Family Destinations that “Won’t Break the Bank”….
If your children are quickly approaching the end of their time at school, the question of what to do next will probably be looming in all of your minds. In fact, even if your children aren’t even in senior school (like mine) you might still want to consider your options because time goes so quickly. I . . . → Read More: Flying the nest – what are the best education options for my teenagers?
Your children are never be too young to be taught about the value of recycling. In fact it could be argued that the earlier a child learns about the environment the more likely it will be that he or she will develop a commitment to recycling. What’s more, parents and pre-school carers can teach these topics . . . → Read More: Why it is important to teach children the value of recycling and eco-friendliness….
Like many other people, you’ll probably come out of the hectic Christmas period determined to get ahead financially in the next year. While reviewing and updating personal finances is a good step to take anytime, the beginning of 2014 provides the perfect opportunity. These eight money-wise suggestions are intended to help you set priorities . . . → Read More: Eight Ways to Move Ahead Financially for 2014….