As a parent, one of the worst things is to see your child hurt or otherwise in pain. But with the extent that many children play and how careless they seem to be with their bodies sometimes, it’s not too far fetched that your child […]
A Functional Family Blog
Having your children walk to school in today’s world is a bit different than it has been in past generations. Today’s children face new dangers, and it’s vital that parents thoroughly prepare their kids to travel safely on their way to school.
Buying a new home for your family is something which should be planned carefully. By rushing into things without considering all of the factors, you could find yourself living in a complicated situation.
One of the more significant discussions you’ll have as an adult will be when your parents start getting too old to take care of themselves. This is a major turning point in many lives, and money, time, location, and primary connections between family members may […]
Having a new baby is an exciting new chapter which comes with a lot of financial responsibility. Between doctors visits, equipment, diapers, and clothing, the expenses can quickly start to add up. However, you don’t have to be a millionaire to make it work. You […]
The occurrence of a traumatic brain injury is life-changing. Depending on the part of the brain that is injured, your loved one could come out of the hospital a very different person than they were when they went into treatment.
As true as it is that the best form of financial planning you can do is that which stems from something like creating a budget once you have a good idea of what you spend your money on and how you spend it, the ultimate […]
Conservatories are an extremely popular home renovation for many reasons. They are a wonderful place to relax that offer you a lot of sunlight and beautiful designs as we; as the opportunity to use it as an extra room of any purpose you wish. Whilst […]
The secondary school curriculum was updated in 2014 to include financial education. Although a step in the right direction, with The Money Charity finding that 90% of schools in 2016 were delivering this education, 66% of teachers said it was either somewhat or very inefficient. […]