this is a collaborative post   A recent publication by CNBC reported that just 17 states ask that high school students study in personal finance courses. The number hasn’t shifted in more than four years. President and CEO of the Council for Economic Education, Nam J. Morrison states that most…

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Today marks the second birthday of our youngest. Two. Two whole years since a larger than expected baby made a slower than expected entrance into the world. What can I say about Harry? He is a strong character and has certainly tested me in ways I didn’t think he would…

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I think, sometimes, as mums we often neglect ourselves. Shopping is, for me at least, focussed on getting things for the children. My amazon wishlist is a list of practical things for the house and item after item for the children. When Sacet offered me the chance to look at…

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As parents, we always want to engage our kids in worthwhile activities that will develop their physical and mental abilities as well as their personality. We want them to head out and enjoy their little adventures one at a time. We’ve been there too, and we know for sure how…

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If you follow my insta stories than you might have spotted that all three of the children have been under the weather at various points since last week. It’s nothing that I can put my finger on, other than general lethargy and tiredness etc. We haven’t really done too much…

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