Make Time for You
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I did try the whole immaculate house concept and started spring cleaning my house last week. It all began with the realisation that three years worth of Christmas photos were still in my camera and the overdue tax return had found its way into the children’s art box.
The extended family holiday – grandparents now travelling with family (both for quality time and babysitting)
Millions of grandparents are now tagging along on the family holiday, a study has revealed. Researchers found that four in ten adults are asking their own parents to come on the annual summer get-away in order for the whole family to spend time together. Six in ten said long working hours, re-locating for jobs and hectic social lives mean the three generations rarely spend time together, and inviting granny and granddad keeps everyone happy.
Eight in ten children know the passwords or pin codes to their parents’ laptops, phones, tablets or PC’s, a study has revealed. One in ten kids said their parents constantly change their passwords so they can’t get access, but 18% admit they regularly sneakily look over their parents shoulder to find it out.
Millions of Brits are so embarrassed about intimate health issues they won’t even discuss them with their partner, a study has revealed. Researchers found that 65% of adults would rather suffer in silence than endure an awkward face-to-face conversation with someone about our intimate symptoms.
The majority of parents (67 per cent) say road safety is an important factor in the school they choose for their child. Yet two thirds (68 per cent) of those who have sought a school for their child in the past five years were provided no road safety information as part of the decision process, according to findings from AXA Insurance’s RoadSafe Schools campaign.
It is common knowledge that red wine and excessive tea and coffee can stain your teeth. With whitening toothpastes and bleaching readily available, people tend not to worry. But it is not the stains that are the problem as these are superficial. The biggest concern, of which most people are oblivious, is that some drinks can cause very real damage - tooth wear.