Author: Amy

Backyard Looking Tired? Create An Outdoor Haven For Your Family

  Your outside space can sometimes be last on the list when it comes to renovation and change. However, as soon as the sunny summer months hit you; all your kids and the rest of the family want to do is hang out outside, enjoy a BBQ or two, and appreciate the warm weather. Therefore,...

Dream Homes: Things To Consider At The Planning Stage

Lots of families like the idea of living in their dream home. The issue is that it’s hard to find properties on the market that meet all their requirements. For that reason, some people will consider building a house rather than buying. It might seem like an expensive move, but in many instances constructing a...

Trying New Trends: Easy Ways To Switch Up Your Interiors

Has it been a while since you changed the decor in your home? Are you tired of trawling through Pinterest pages or glossy magazines and wishing you had a home worth showing off? Or have you been inspired to carry out a mini makeover by the stunning images you’ve seen? If your decor is dated...

Fund Your Next Family Holiday By Cutting Out These 7 Costs

  You can scrimp and save money virtually everywhere, but the real money is saved by…simply not spending money. If you’re looking at your family’s holiday fund and don’t like what you see, it might be time have a re-think about where your money is going. If you adopt a more hands-on approach to your...

Is Your Child Ready For The Big Move?

  As it is, change is already scary enough for adults. When it’s a child undergoing a change, it can feel a lot bigger. Their whole world can suddenly flip upside down. Then as a parent, you’re feeling that, and suddenly you’re experiencing all the emotions. One of the biggest upheavals a kid can go...

Caring & Sharing: Financial Essentials To Put In Place For Your Children

  Part of every parent’s anxiety can stem from providing for their child’s future. And it’s much more difficult now, with the rising inflation and the potential to earn more money becomes a lot harder with temporary contracts and freelance work. But there are things that you can put in place if you have concerns...

Give the Outside of Your Home a Facelift in 2 Simple Steps

Image source   Keeping the outside of our homes, looking as good as the inside of our homes, tends to slip down our list of priorities. Taking care of the front of our houses can seem like such an overwhelming job that it is no wonder we tend to put it off. However in order...

3 Common Walking Issues And How You Can Fix Them

Flickr   Sometimes, even the simple things can evade our grasp due to an unfortunate amount of varied reasons. It’s not difficult to understand that not everyone can work from the same physical ability. Birth defects, accumulated medical issues and difficulties with mobility can all prevent us from doing difficult things like walking in the...

Learning to Forgive and Forget With Your Child

  We’re not perfect human beings. Even as the mother of our children, there can be situations where we’ll find it extremely difficult to forgive and forget something our child has done. Whether they spring a surprise life choice on you or neglect their studies to pursue a career in something you don’t believe in,...

Get Ready For Retirement By Reading This Advice

  Retirement is something everyone has to go through at some stage in their life. It’s something you need to prepare for if you want to get the most out of it and remain financially stable.   Bearing that in mind, here are a few tips to help you get ready for retirement: (Image via:...

Health Issues to Pick Up on in Seniors (Because They Might Not Notice)

  We are all getting older. We might not like to think about our later years, but the reality is that aging affects our bodies in different ways. However, as we age, we might not notice the ways our bodies change. Or we might realize, but find it difficult to accept what’s happening. If you...

Figure Out Your Financial Health With These Essential Questions

Pixabay   According to nerdwallet.com the majority of Americans don’t ever bother to check in on their financial health. It’s a staggering statistic, given the state of the nation’s personal finances. More people are in more debt than ever before, and yet personal financial health doesn’t seem to be at the top of most people’s...