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Do we ever stop worrying about our children? Basically, no. We don’t. Extreme love and extreme anxiety occurs the minute you become a parent and then never stops. It means you have to be prepared for that old heart of […]
Eventbrite has produced some research on milliennials (defined as those born between 1980 and 1996, making them aged between 18 and 34) which reveals that the millennial generation are drawn to experiences rather than material goods and that this is […]
Here the Two Dragons (in the Chinese calendar) talk about our New Year’s Resolutions (or not). It badly needs editing. I don’t know how to do that though, so decided to start in the worst possible light and hopefully improve […]
The millennials, also known as Generation are those born in the years ranging from the early 1980s to the early 2000s. So that basically includes all my children and their friends. According to a lot of different research I have […]
Why is it that boys when they're away on holiday have this ability to assume that you have nothing better to do than sort out their life in their absence? My son is currently inter-railing with his girlfriend and having a lovely time - I know this only because I am "stalking" him on Facebook - "stalking" being the words the kids use if they think you are actually looking at their Facebook page. Chilling and strolling and eating and drinking whilst I am busy trying very hard not to get heat exhaustion on the trains and tubes on my way to work and back. He's off to a festival this weekend and a friend of his is driving his car there to meet him. I was quite impressed that they'd even managed to formulate a plan of this magnitude, but forgot that inevitably they would have missed out a few things... First from work I get a text asking if I could urgently send a photocopy of his passport or driving licence to a friend who needs to prove that the ticket she bought off him is his. No idea what he's talking about and strangely I don't carry photocopies of my children's passports about my person at all times and no I can't leave the office to go home and sort it.