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It’s officially good news for families taking to the motorways this Bank Holiday weekend as almost two thirds of parents (62 per cent) believe car journeys are now more calm and relaxing thanks to new technology, with over half (57 per cent) revealing that these advancements mean they are now happier to go on a long car journey with their family.
How to discipline the children causes the biggest rows between couples, a study has revealed. Researchers found the average parent will argue with their other half eight times a month about how they should be bringing up their children. And more than three quarters of parents admit to constantly disagreeing with each other over how to deal with discipline.But the poll of 2,000 parents found 38 per cent of respondents said that Mum was most likely to have the last word when it came down to it.
The humble cheese sandwich is the most popular workday lunch in Britain, new research reveals. A study into the lunchtime eating habits of 2,000 office workers found three in ten tuck into EXACTLY the same thing for lunch each work day. The results showed 32 per cent eat an identical lunch every day and have done so for over four and a half years on average. This is the equivalent of eating over 1,000 identical cheese sandwiches without mixing up the menu.
With about two weeks to go until mums and dads with babies due on or after 5 April can start sharing up to 50 weeks of parental leave, expectant parents need to have that all-important conversation with their employers. 285,000 working couples a year are expected to be eligible for Shared Parental Leave with parents giving their employer eight weeks’ notice of the pattern of leave they intend to take.
Don’t forget the clocks spring forward on Sunday 29th March 2015, we lose an hour sleep but hey, British Summer Time is here! But for many parents the clock change and lighter evenings can present a myriad of problems where hard-won bedtime strategies can fall apart.