With nearly 1 million people in the UK on zero hour contracts, the thought of getting your foot onto the property ladder may seem like nothing more than a mere dream. However, this doesn’t necessarily have to be the case. Here, we outline 3 simple tips on how to give yourself the best possible chance of landing a mortgage, even though you may be on a zero hour contract. [Read more…]
Having a pet is something that every child wants, mainly because they are fun to play with and fun to watch too. They give your kids some companionship and a good friend. Pets are fun for adults and for kids as well. They are relaxing, they can be your friend, and they help to teach responsibility.
The thing with kids is that they usually aren’t the best at keeping commitments, and they certainly don’t know all that much about taking care of another living being. For this reason you will want to get them a pet that is low maintenance, but is still fun too. Here we have 4 great pets for your kids, all of which are low maintenance, but really fun none the less. [Read more…]
As a stay at home and work from home mum, I have to say that saving enough for retirement is a big and genuine concern for me. While I love the freedom that comes along with being able to work from home it does have its drawbacks, and the lack of a company pension is one of them. [Read more…]
Trying to get the whole family out into the countryside for a stroll, never mind a hike, may be harder than you may think. Not only do we have to wait around for a dry day, but it’s also no fun if you feel like you’re dragging your kids out kicking and screaming. Yes, as parents, we are completely aware of how fun a walk in the countryside can be, but to a lot of children it just sounds as boring as cleaning their bedroom!
With this in mind, here are a few fun ideas that could change your child’s opinion of walking in the countryside for the better.