Articles written by Cally Worden

Is Your Child A Brat

Is Your Child A Brat

No parent wants to imagine their child is a brat. But deep down we all know that sometimes our kids behave like one, not matter how sweet they may be most of the time. Personally, I’m not a fan of the word ‘brat’. It’s literal definition is that of a child who is ‘ill-mannered and

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Smart Shopping Tips

Smart Shopping Tips

Shopping as therapy is not a new concept, and there is no denying the giddy pleasure of browsing the high street and returning home with a bundle of bags on your arm. Provided you know that you can afford the things you are buying then shopping can help to place a great big grin on

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What Is A Debt Relief Order

What Is A Debt Relief Order

Debt Relief Orders (DRO) are a possible solution to your debt problems. They act as a legal respite from the burden of your debts – it effectively means you are relieved of making payments towards your debts, and protected from being pursued by your creditors. At the end of the DRO period (which is usually

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Using Benefits To Pay Your Bills

Using Benefits To Pay Your Bills

When you’re struggling on a low income, or perhaps trying to get by on benefits alone, the regular round of bills landing on the mat can feel overwhelming. Money management is not always easy, and not everyone has ability to keep tight tabs on their finances all the time. This can easily lead to debt.

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How To Deal With Kid's Stealing

How To Deal With Kid’s Stealing

Instilling a sense of right and wrong in our kids is all part of the Big Job that is parenting. Where stealing is concerned this life lesson typically starts from a very young age. We counsel our children on not swiping toys from playmates and stop them as they sneak their fingers into the biscuit

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Ways To save Money This Christmas

Ways To save Money This Christmas

Christmas may well only come ‘But Once a Year’, but the hole it can burn in your finances may remain open long after the tinsel has been packed away. The best way to save money at Christmas is not to spend any, but that’s nigh-on impossible and wouldn’t make the season very jolly at all.

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