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  • Frugal living tips

    Frugal living tips

    Maybe you’re trying to save for a magical holiday, pay off some debts, are spending more than you earn or are looking to build up some savings. Or maybe you’re just tight with money. Whatever your reasons for trying to save some cash, frugal living can definitely help. Like everything else in life, you get

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    Getting kids to behave in restaurants

    Getting kids to behave in restaurants

    For some families, eating out is a nightmare waiting to happen. If your kids tend to get a little over-excited at the prospect of dining away from home, you may elect to remain indoors. But it’s a shame for you all to miss out on what can be a fun experience. Learning how to behave

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    tips for car booting

    Tips for Car Booting

    The spring is well upon us and after all that spring cleaning we can often find we have a surplus of stuff we no longer really want or use. With the car boot season having sparked into action what better way of earning a bit of cash and letting your stuff go to a good

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    Can dogs understand human language

    Can dogs understand human language

    It’s a fascinating idea isn’t it? That your pooch really understands when you are talking to him. There you are, wittering away to your canine counsellor and really feeling as though they are listening. He senses you are sad and places a gentle paw on your knee, gazing adoringly at you with big brown eyes

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    Cutting Cinema costs

    Cutting Cinema costs

    Taking the family to the cinema can be a costly exercise, especially if the movie of choice is a new release. If you don’t go regularly, there is the temptation to make it a whistles-and-bangs treat and go all out on the popcorn, snacks and drinks. But there are ways of keeping your costs down

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    Living with Bipolar

    Living with Bipolar

    Bipolar disorder affects a huge number of people in the UK, with one in twenty being on the spectrum and 1%-2% of the population having a diagnoses of it. With these stats in mind, it’s important to find ways to support yourself or others to live well alongside this condition. Information is power! Educate yourself

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