Friday, 17 January 2020

What's Your Favourite Bedtime Story?

Child, Fun, Family, Love, Play, Baby

Jeremy here!
I hope you’re having a really good week. I know that getting up early in the cold and heading off for work seems to be harder than ever in the month of January.
On the brighter side I can already see a difference in the brightness of the sky when I leave work at 4pm. Plus there is always something uplifting about Fridays with the weekend coming and a chance to get back to normal life.
As you know being a parent in the 21st century is no easy thing. One thing I’m noticing more and more in my work with kids is the fact that they don’t seem to have the same concentration as before.
Like it or not we have to face the fact that our kids spend virtually every minute of every day focused on a screen.
And yet I’m still sure that there is value in books and I have fond memories of my parents reading me wonderful books like “Charlie And The Chocolate Factory” and “Winnie The Pooh”.
Today I’m recommending to you again my book of the month; “I Need Money”. It’s a book written about money and it's for kids in language that they will understand. Click here to order your copy.
Have a great weekend and speak soon

Wednesday, 15 January 2020

Find out Who Ate All The Pies this Christmas!!

Obese, Weight, Loss, Man, Nutritionist
Jeremy here again.
Did you know that January is named after Janus the two headed God who had one head looking back to the previous year and one looking forward to the rest of this year. I’m not much into gods, but it is an interesting idea.
Looking on the internet there are two big social media pushes for January firstly there is #DryJanuary obviously not for the weather but to counter the indulgence over Christmas.
Incidentally I had myself weighed last week at Slimming World and was 5.5 pounds heavier than my pre-Christmas weight!
The other push is #Veganuary and veganism is becoming a huge movement these days and no longer seems to be a passing fad.
January is also a time to pull in the purse strings and reign in spending. My advice to you is to make a budget and keep track of all your expenses.
You can find some great ideas for earning, saving and managing money in the book “I Need Money” .
Click here to apply for your copy today.
Speak soon

Monday, 13 January 2020

This Could Save You From A Financial Shock!

Broke, Poor, Bankrupt, Bankruptcy

Jeremy here,
Well it may be a cold, bleak Monday in January, but there’s always something going on to smile about.
On Saturday we went to look at a new business proposition that was very exciting and something I’ve always wanted to do; I’ll let you know more if it comes off.
My wife and I also went to the cinema to see 1917; it’s an absolutely amazing film that really grips you right from the start.