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The search is on to find Brits with the Savviest Lifestyles

The first ever Nectar Savvy Lifestyle campaign launches today; a national search to find the person with the UK’s savviest lifestyle - someone who enjoys a few of life’s little luxuries and can indulge by being clever with their money. Judged by a host of experts including; the newest BBC ‘Dragon’ Sarah Willingham, the ultimate ‘yes man’ Danny Wallace and top-nosh telly chef Rebecca Seal, contenders will be setting their sights on a top prize worth up to £10,000.

Chinatown London hosts second FREE day of activities for the whole family in the heart of London’s West End

London’s Chinatown will host its second Family Day festival on Sunday 19 July 2015, and the event is set to be the biggest to take place in the area outside of the annual Chinese New Year.  This free event will see the area’s streets welcoming an array of entertainment and activities for families and there will be something for everyone to get involved with, whether you prefer to be an onlooker or really like to get stuck in.

Top Ten Things Parents Disagree On

How to discipline your children, giving in to tantrums and one of you saying yes to a child when the other just said no are amongst the top things parents are most likely to disagree about, research has revealed.  The study commissioned by found the average parent will argue with their other half eight times a month about something to do with bringing up their children, and the topic to most likely cause one of these rows is how to discipline their child.

Majority of parents want life saving lessons included in school timetables

Most parents  feel that their child should be taught basic first aid as part of the national curriculum, according to the first aid charity St John Ambulance.  Its research also found that nearly two-thirds of children have no life saving knowledge at all, leaving them without the skills to deal with basic emergency situations such as identifying if someone is breathing or how to help someone who is choking.

Majority of mothers claim pressure to breastfeed has gone too far - as young mums launch “Brelfie backlash”

Breast may be best but the pressure to breastfeed is now so great that mums who bottle-feed their babies are almost a third more likely to suffer abuse in public than those who nurse naturally, a shock new study reveals.  Following a high-profile campaign to get more mums breastfeeding - including women posting breastfeeding selfies known as ‘Brelfies’on social media and protests at a stores accused of not supporting nursing mums - public opinion has now turned hard against mums who bottle feed their tots.

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