Preparing to go to college is one of the most exciting times of your kid’s life.
They’re reaching the end of their teenage years (where did the time go?!) and they’re ready to spread their wings and fly. As exciting as it is, it can also be daunting and fraught with anxiety-inducing challenges.
Life after high school is a major transition, and college gives them more freedom than they have ever had.
Before your sweet baby goes into a state of sheer terror and panic, help them by following these five tips below:
As the school bells ring and classrooms fill with the excited chatter of students, they bring with them not just notebooks and backpacks, but also the potential for a few unwelcome guests—common illnesses that tend to spread like wildfire in educational settings. From runny noses to stomachaches, school illnesses are a part and parcel of childhood. In this article, we’ll delve into five of the most prevalent illnesses that kids often encounter in schools, with a spotlight on one particularly notorious culprit: tonsilitis.
If you’re in a married couple or civil partnership, particularly with shared responsibilities such as a mortgage and/or children, having a life insurance policy in place is vital for financial security. Joint life insurance can be a quick and affordable option, popular amongst couples on a budget who need financial family protection.
Below, the biggest life insurance broker in the UK, Reassured, discusses joint life insurance policies for married couples, to help you decide if it could be the right policy for you…
Summer is in full swing, and there’s no better time to plan some exciting family adventures in London. The city comes alive during the warmer months, offering a plethora of activities and events that are perfect for keeping the kids entertained. Whether you’re a local resident or a visitor, here’s a curated list of what’s on in London to make the most of your summer in London with the little ones.
When you have children, it is not only your future that you are impacting with your decisions. This goes for all aspects of your life, and it’s important that you are considering pretty much every choice you make very carefully. You are responsible for your kids as well as yourself, which means that being thorough is the only choice that you have.
One of the things that this is going to heavily impact is your financial situation. You’ve got to try to create the best financial situation for both you and your children, now and later down the line. This can be tough, but it’s worth every bit of effort you put into it.