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Don’t Let Stress Hitch A Ride During Your Commute

No matter what you do, you’re likely to experience some stress as part of your working life. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t take steps to reduce it. In particular, it’s worth taking a look at the commute. A stressful commute gets you into the workplace in a bad mood, affecting your motivation and productivity. Even worse, it makes you more stressed when you get home, too, affecting how you enjoy your free time. Here are a few tips to help with that. Leave early One of the best tips for both the start and end of the workday is …

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Airport Parking

Save money on travel and book airport parking in advance

Faced with the prospect of a second Beast from the East, with snowfall predicted across Britain and puddles freezing over, it’s no wonder so many Brits choose to escape its icy clutches by heading to sunnier climes. If you’re lucky enough to be planning a winter or early spring getaway in 2019, it’s all too easy to forget about transport to the airport when booking plane tickets and hotel rooms. You might be tempted to focus on other things and pay for parking on the day. Yet a study on airport parking popularity and costs by the UK travel insurance …

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Ranty Friday – School Run Mums (and Dad’s)

It is scary to think that I have been a “school run mum” for the last 18 years.  I have been the mum who walks their kids to school, been the mum that drops them at Breakfast Club so I get to work on time and the mum that has to drive them to school and then head straight off to work, but one thing I am sure of is that I always get the kids to school on time and safely. We currently walk / scoot to school as it would be ridiculous taking the car as we live …

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Air Travel with a baby in tow

Travelling with children can be a challenge whatever age they are and I have to admit we have got a system that works for us.  We normally travel as a family and the teens, hubby and I normally balance the jobs well and we get to our destinations smoothly with no hiccups. The last time I flew with a young child was 15 years ago when Callan was almost two and I remember it being a challenge as he just wanted to charge up and down the plane, so I had some idea of what I was letting myself in …

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