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WORK & MONEY

  • MOTHERHOOD, USEFUL, WORK & MONEY

    TALKING TO KIDS ABOUT MONEY

    Of all the topics that I write about, 'money' is the one that tends to elicit the strongest and more intense reaction. Add to the current economic climate and it really is a subject that is front of mind. Here Mum to three boys, Money blogger and Head of Brand at Starling Bank Rachel Kerrone offers some great advice on how to talk to kids about money: …

  • MUST READ, THOUGHT-PROVOKING, WORK & MONEY

    EMERGENCY HOME SCHOOLING (OR NOT)

    The pressure on parents to try and hold to down a job, whilst maintaining their kid's education and stay sane and do it all under one roof and only getting out of the house once a day is A LOT. Kathryn is an ex-teacher, Mother of 3, turned business owner (she is the founder of Nana's Manners) and this is here encapsulation of the current situation:…

  • LOVE & MARRIAGE, MUST READ, THOUGHT-PROVOKING, USEFUL, WORK & MONEY

    FINANCIAL ABUSE

    Domestic abuse can take many shapes, one that is often overlooked is financial abuse. It occurs as frequently as, and often comes hand in hand with, emotion and physical abuse. Here Kim Chambers, a Financial Abuse Specialist working in NatWest’s customer protection team shares insight into how this type of abuse manifests, signs of what to look out for and where to seek help for either yourself or a loved one who may be a victim:…

  • INSPIRING, THOUGHT-PROVOKING, WORK & MONEY

    WHY I CHOOSE TO LIVE ON A LOW INCOME

    We are taught to strive for more: bigger house, bigger salary, more possessions. More, more, more. And there is absolute nothing wrong with that. But what happens if financial wealth isn't your goal? Katie Watkins has recently sacrificed disposable income and instead opted to be skint. Here she talks through whys and wherefores of that decision. …

  • THOUGHT-PROVOKING, WORK & MONEY

    I LOST MYSELF TO A CORPORATE CAREER

    The author of this list (who wishes to remain anonymous) isn't the first to lured into climbing a career ladder. And he won't be the last to work relentless in search of promotions and pay-rises only to eventually realise that in doing so he has lost sight of himself. Question is what happens next? How do reclaim your identity from the corporate machine?…