Eight in ten children know the passwords or pin codes to their parents’ laptops, phones, tablets or PC’s, a study has revealed. One in ten kids said their parents constantly change their passwords so they can’t get access, but 18% admit they regularly sneakily look over their parents shoulder to find it out.
It is common knowledge that red wine and excessive tea and coffee can stain your teeth. With whitening toothpastes and bleaching readily available, people tend not to worry. But it is not the stains that are the problem as these are superficial. The biggest concern, of which most people are oblivious, is that some drinks can cause very real damage - tooth wear.
From Friday 8th March 2012 Parental leave has been increased from 13 to 18 weeks, meaning new mothers and fathers will be entitled to more unpaid time off work in the first five years of their child's life. The change is being made to implement a revised EU Parental Leave Directive, which was originally due for implementation in March 2012.
With research showing that 78% of Brits are feeling the pinch, the UK’s largest loyalty programme, Nectar, is today launching its annual money-saving advice competition, Savvy Family, to encourage the nation to act smarter when it comes to spending and saving. Nectar has teamed up with property developer and television presenter, Sarah Beeny, to hunt for up to eight families to tout their tips and pinch the pennies over the course of five weeks, sharing their experiences and advice about anything and everything, from cutting the weekly shopping bill to entertaining the kids for free, in a blog hosted on www.nectar.com/savvy
Forget splashing the cash on expensive perfume or flowers this Mother's day, as simple quality time with the family is the one thing mums want most this year. A family day out came out top in a poll of over 3,000 British mums, with a quarter of women preferring to spend time with their loved ones over more traditional Mother's day gifts like flowers or chocolates.