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“I’m not made of money!”: Dad’s biggest ‘Dadisms’ revealed for Father’s Day

“I’m not made of money!”: Dad’s biggest ‘Dadisms’ revealed for Father’s Day

“I’m not made of money!” is the battle cry of the nation’s Dads, topping a poll of the UK’s most common ‘Dadisms.’

How to leave a racehorse in your will

How to leave a racehorse in your will

The racing of thoroughbred horses, is now this country’s second most popular spectator sport, and, according to the Racehorse Owners’ Association, 35,000 people in the UK are now involved in racehorse ownership in some way.

Seven million 'doomerangers' move back with parents following a break up

Over seven million (7.2 million) UK adults have been forced to move back in with their parents following a break up, divorce or separation reveals new research from Churchill Home Insurance.

The dos and don'ts for family gatherings

Gatherings of the extended family can be a daunting experience. You have everyone from great granny and granddad, distant aunts and uncles and little ones to please. Large property lettings agent, thebigdomain.com, shares its top tips for a successful soiree.

Families spend less than 40 minutes a day together

Families spend less than 40 minutes a day together

Modern families enjoy just 38 minutes of quality time together on the average weekday, a study has found.

Graduate schemes: the perfect career path after graduation

There’s a time, perhaps at the start of the third year at university, that graduates start to think about life after their studies, and the big, bad world of employment.

Singletons feel disgruntled paying out £280 a year on unsuccessful dates

Spending money on a date may be seen as an investment for the future but what happens if the date goes badly?

One in five parents do not trust their kids online

One in five parents do not trust their kids online

Half of parents of young children have admitted secretly going through their kids’ phone – with disturbing results, according to new research.

Christmas crafting with the kids

Christmas time is coming and everywhere you look, you can see lights glistening and decorations shimmering in windows along the street. Now is the time to start filling your home with Christmas spirit and Christmas crafts are an easy way to give your house a personal touch.

Parents spend over £3,000 on Christmas presents per child up to the age of 18

Parents spend £3,186 on Christmas presents for each child, on average, up to the age of 18, according to the latest research from Halifax.

Do animals have a place in children's classrooms?

There are many positives to kids growing up with a pet at home, a main one being that they are beneficial to the physical, social, emotional and cognitive development of young children.

What really makes a best friend?

Is it their ability to always trust each other? Or the loyalty they constantly display with each other?

Bromance over Romance: Men need men, study finds

Bromance over Romance: Men need men, study finds

Millions of men value their ‘Bro-mances’ above their relationship with their partner, according to new research.

How to launch your teaching career

A career in teaching is one of the most rewarding journeys you can undertake - you will play an active role in young people’s lives, inspiring and encouraging them to do more and try harder.

4 ways to predict your proposal: The engagement ring

4 ways to predict your proposal: The engagement ring

No matter how or when your husband-to-be decides to ‘pop the question’, there’s certainly one question that stands out among all others: What engagement ring is he going to choose?!