Parenting & Money

  • What Happens If I Don’t Make A Will As A Parent?

    making a will as a parent

    When you’re a new parent, you have a LOT to think about. Suddenly, there’s a tiny (noisy!) person around who depends on you for everything and consumes the majority of your thinking time. So, it’s easy to leave the job of making your will until another time. ‘I’ll get around to it eventually’. I’ve heard plenty […]

  • Should I Transfer a Child Trust Fund To A Junior ISA?

    transfer a child trust fund to a junior isa

    Please be aware that the value of stock market investments can go up and down over time and may be lower than your initial investment. You may want to consider advice from a qualified financial adviser before transferring a Child Trust Fund or opening a Stocks and Shares ISA. This post has been written in […]

  • ‘The Woman I’m Becoming’ For International Women’s Day

    the woman im becoming

    I love the buzz of International Women’s Day each year. When I wrote my open letter to my daughter’s last year, never could I have imagined what this International Women’s Day one year later would bring. I am sat here now a co-author of an inspirational book! And my daughters are so proud of me. […]

  • 10 Free Museums To Visit With The Kids


    With half term just around the corner, parents all around the country will be looking out for things to do with their children to keep them amused. With some insights and fabulous reviews from others, I’ve pulled together a quick list of some great FREE museums around the country; check them out and do let […]

  • How To Invest For Children

    How To Invest For Children

    The wonderful Jennifer Kempson from Mamafurfur has written today’s guest post all about investing for your children. Jennifer won Best Money Vlog 2018 at last year’s Money Bloggers Awards – go check her out on Youtube here – and she has recently published her first book, The Master Money Blueprint. As a Mother of two small boys […]