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.
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.
Is it their ability to always trust each other? Or the loyalty they constantly display with each other?
Millions of men value their ‘Bro-mances’ above their relationship with their partner, according to new research.
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.
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?!
UK families are now spending more quality time together than ever before, according to new research.
Finding appropriate gifts for women is not always an easy task; there are just too many options. Rest assured though that there is a perfect present for everyone on the high street or online – here are some ideas for the fabulous females in your life.
If you are currently trying to get organised for the big back to school rush, chances are you have already worried about the rising cost of school supplies.
Make sure the young children in your care are getting the right experiences to help them develop. Simply head to any nursery supplier, such as Hope Education (www.hope-education.co.uk), and compile your essentials list. Here are some pointers to get you started.
Parents will collectively spend an eye-watering £2.9 billion preparing their kids for the new school year, according to research by Santander Credit Cards.
There are many different ways to ‘pop the question’ from arranging a romantic picnic on the beach to taking your loved one out for a special dinner.
Brits in debt play down the scale of it hugely, with people actually owing more than double the amount they tell their partners, according to the latest insight from MoneySuperMarket.
One in three working Brits (35%) are relying on inheritance in order to achieve a stable financial future, but they could be in for a shock, according to a new study.
In a world of social networks and online communities taking ‘friendship’ circles and connections into the hundreds and thousands for most individuals, a new global survey by Mercure Hotels has revealed that the average Brit has just three people in his or her life that they consider ‘a close friend’.
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