From skiing to paintball, children’s birthday parties seem to have taken on a life of their own in recent years. The rise of social media lets everyone see what lengths parents have gone to, giving their kids an all expenses spared party and so the ante has been well and truly upped. However, a great
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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
Is checking your mobile phone the very first and last thing you do in the day? Does a phone ring when you are out and about and you automatically dive into your bag/ rummage in your pockets? – Surely it must be yours? We all probably wonder how we ever managed without our trusty mobiles,
Keeping the little people occupied is a constant drain on parental creativity. And sanity. Here are some tried and tested ideas to engage kids of all ages. Your presence and attention may still be in demand, but these ideas will help to keep your activities varied, and the kids interested for longer. In theory, anyway!
It seems like no time since the kids went back to school after the Christmas holidays and yet the Easter break is looming already. If you’re wondering how to keep the kids entertained without spending a fortune then read on. Go out to play By now the weather is (hopefully) becoming warmer and drier, which
A flutter on Rainbow Ronnie, the 100-1 outsider at the Grand National, and maybe a midweek evening at the bingo whistling to ‘legs eleven’ is all harmless fun, but gambling has begun to get much more accessible and inviting. Although traditional betting shops still exist, betting firms are maximising their profits with online gambling. We