Book Club Questions for After The Smoke Clears
Is sharing the chores really an aphrodisiac?
When reading a novel, is it the journey, or the destination that counts?
You’ve painted the nursery and bought the pram – but can you prepare mentally for the trials to come? Parenting is a tough gig. Even if you’ve never felt symptoms of depression or anxiety before, pregnancy and childbirth can increase the risk of these feelings. Becoming a parent is an emotional time, shrouded by high, often unrealistic expectations on how your new role will fit into your old life. It is a period of adjustment in your relationship, your work and social life as you adapt to meet your…
How to bring date nights back from the dead, post kids.
Pocketmoney. No pressure, but can it help develop your child’s financial future?
There are apparently four kids of parent. What kind are you? No, Really?
Despite social media usage being on the rise, human beings are lonelier than ever.
While some vow to quit bad habits in the new year, others make plans to quit their partner.
Before becoming a parent, Christmas with children seemed like a dreamscape; think angelic children with a twinkle in their eye, frolicking around a colour-coordinated hand-picked tree, opening presents with sheer delight. Yet, Christmas, as with life, doesn’t always play out like a greeting card and can easily decline into a rushed day of family arguments, overtired children and broken dreams. To avoid Christmas feeling like an event you need to survive rather than something you look forward to, here’s some tips on how you can best manage your children’s expectations…