Monthly Archives: January 2018

4 Simple Tips for Blogging Success in 2018

4 Simple Tips for Blogging Success in 2018

Blogging began as a way to keep a digital journal, but over the years it has evolved into a popular pastime and viable career path. (read this tale of a London SEO expert success story you’ll never believe) With so much competition out there, it’s more important than ever to have a high-quality blog. In this post, I’ll highlight a few ways — from upgraded web hosting services to embracing SEO — to improve your …

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Why ‘Me Time’ is Important as a Parent

Why ‘Me Time’ is Important as a Parent

When you become a parent, it’s pretty safe to say that your whole world changes forever. No longer are you able to cater solely to your own whims and wishes; instead, there is a tiny baby relying on you for care, support, love and attention. Of course, welcoming a new baby into the family is an exciting time unlike any other, but as the weeks, months and years pass by, despite your best intentions, sometimes …

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BabyMel Changing Bag Giveaway (in association with Sudocrem and the Baby Changing Room Awards )

BabyMel Changing Bag Giveaway (in association with Sudocrem and the Baby Changing Room Awards )

It’s crazy to think that in 2017, there are still public places with totally substandard changing facilities, but it’s a fact. Although both of my girls are well beyond the nappy phase, I still notice these things when we’re out and about and I’ve given more than one sympathetic eyeroll to a struggling Dad who doesn’t know whether to balance his kid on his lap to attempt a bum-change, or brave the ladies toilet where …

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Why Passive Income is Your Road to Financial Independence

Most of us have to work daily to earn enough income to fund our lifestyle. Unless you are one of the fortunate few that are born into wealth, true financial independence is often a distant dream and the primary goal is to make it to retirement. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Changing your perception of what work is can be a radical first step to financial independence. What if you didn’t have …

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How to Sue the NHS if You’ve Suffered from Medical Negligence

As a wave of news reports have revealed, the NHS is failing many of its patients. Medical negligence, whether due to mistakes or lack of care, is depressingly common. What many don’t realize is that you can sue the NHS if you’ve suffered from medical negligence. Nor do you have to take whatever minimal level of care they offer you as compensation. Here is information regarding how to sue the NHS if you’ve suffered from …

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Pregnancy Plans: Know Your Options and Protect Your Balance

If you’re sure you want to get pregnant, but you’re unsure about all of the options available to you, it’s important to sit down and research what could work for you. It’s important to consider what’s affordable for you as well, and often, IVF can be one of the most affordable options available to you. If you’re looking for the most cost-effect IVF services, Advanced Reproductive Medicine in New Jersey is one of the best …

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5 Ways to Boost Your Finances in 2018

No matter what happened in 2017, a new year has begun. For many people, organising theirfinances will be a new year’s resolution. After all, Christmas is an expensive time of year and we can end up spending huge amounts of money over the festive season. January can be a tough month for finance, but it doesn’t have to be. PPI claims, gathering unwanted gifts and reviewing your current account is all part of the plan …

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New Year, New You!

It’s January again (can you even believe that Christmas is all over for another year?!) and for many of us, that means trying to quit certain habits or change ourselves in some way for the new year. I’ve seen lots of people talking on social media about things they’d like to change and I thought I’d share a few of them with you today in case you’re struggling for a bit of inspiration: Quit Smoking …

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Ideas to make weddings more kid-friendly and fun

Many couples prefer adult-only weddings and receptions, but many feel the need to include all the children in their lives and families. This is especially noticeable in the case of couples getting remarried. If you’re planning a black-tie function, then children probably won’t be invited, but if not, then most families have kids of all ages where weddings tend to become boring for the children present. Most couples getting married are very attached to their …

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How to Save Money Faster: Three Quick Tips

Having some money saved up is undoubtedly the key to better financial security, and for many people, saving up is essential for making big purchases such as a new house, new car, or a dream vacation. Whether you’re saving up for something specific or simply want the added security of knowing that you have some cash stashed away for emergencies, saving money regularly is an excellent habit to develop. However, putting money aside is not …

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