Post-Pregnancy Illnesses

(Reposted at a later date) As I sit here and write this article, I have just awoken from a relatively comfortable but more comforting night’s sleep in my OWN bed. Last night I was discharged from hospital… …well, at least until next week. Next week I will need to have my Gall Bladder removed but […]

8 Week Injection

Hesitantly you enter the doctor’s/clinic’s room preparing yourself for your baby’s first ‘shots’…. It is never an easy thing to see your poor baby, which you have nurtured and loved for all of eight weeks, being injected with diseases via a needle which you yourself cringe at the sight of! Nevertheless, these first injections are […]

5 Things you should teach your children about Money!

1. Save Learning to save is probably the most important thing you can teach your child about money. It not only teaches them to put something away for a ‘rainy day’ but it also encourages children to save for an expensive item instead of buying it on credit. There is only one way to save – […]