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How can you plan your money for maternity and paternity leave?

Taking time off with your new bundle of joy is important. You need to consider how much time off your like, whether you are in ...

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10 wedding details that simply aren’t worth the dough

Planning your wedding is undoubtedly one of the most exciting times of your life. But with the...

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Low-cost laughter: Entertaining a baby on a budget

Keeping your baby happy, encouraging smiles and laughter and supporting their mental, social and physical development do not re...

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4:44 vs. Lemonade - Who Spent More?

Jay Z’s latest album, 4:44, took the music world by storm when it dropped in June. It topped the US Billboard 200 upon it...

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7 Money management tips for travelling in a group

Arguing with my best mate over whether we could afford the £5 visa fee to leave Cambodia and go to Laos for a bit will fo...

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Go green, mum and dad: How to save money and the planet

If you’ve already heard that the average nappy takes over 250 years to decompose and contains toxins and carcinogens, tha...

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New baby essentials: Don’t waste money on all that faff

Newborn babies are more demanding on your time, energy and emotions than they are on material things. The...

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10 Budget Saving Party Ideas for Little People

It’s no secret that kid’s parties have the potential to be expensive and parents can currently be found spending an...

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Tying up all your loose ends before take-off: How prepared are you?

Before you jet off to enjoy the journey of a lifetime you need to make sure a host of things are sorted and that certain things...

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