Reverse Mortgage Types and Considerations

The retirement process can be fun in some ways, but financially it can be a bit of a burden. When you own your own home, you can ease that burden with a mortgage. However, a traditional mortgage will not always give you the most money or the best set of circumstances to deal with. A reverse mortgage might be a better answer. Here are some reverse mortgage types and considerations

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What are the nutritional benefits of goat milk formula?

While cow’s milk formula makes up the vast majority of the formula products available on the market today, there are a growing number of alternative formula variants that provide a host of benefits. Goats milk formula, for example, is increasing in popularity due to its unique nutritional properties. If your child is having a hard time with traditional cow’s milk formulas, or if you simply want to provide them with

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The Brighton i360

Yes, British Airways i360 is a 162m observation tower on the seafront in Brighton.  Yes it holds 175 people and yes it does indeed weigh a total of 100 tons. But beyond the figures the Brighton i360 is a must see attraction if you are on the south coast of England.  It’s a venue that hosts events such as “Yoga in the Sky” and allows you enjoy a glass of

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3 Top Tips for Last-Minute Christmas Shopping

3 Top Tips for last minute Christmas shopping Bright lights, crisp air and a general sense of merriment. It can only mean one thing: Christmas is here! And the impending feeling that you have left it all to the last minute! You’ll no doubt want to get everything sorted before the big day arrives – but if you haven’t bought gifts yet, don’t worry.  We provide three easy ways to

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Page Turner – The most impressive libraries in the UK

  Sick of staring at screens, and looking for a good place to dive into a book? For the British bookworms among us, read between the lines and check out this list, detailing some of the most impressive libraries in the UK.    The John Rylands Library A free to visit public library that is frequented by students from the University of Manchester (eventually merging with the university in recent

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Visiting the Australian East Coast from Top to Bottom

If you have ever considered visiting the Australian east coast from top to bottom, now is the time to actually do it Australia is a country that combines the strange with the familiar. There’s no language barrier to get over, and the food is, for the most part, of the same sort that you might be used to. But there’s an enormous amount of extraordinary sights to see and places

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Mulled Cider Recipe

.Ever thought about mulling cider?  It is a little more subtle than mulled wine so here is a mulled cider recipe. This is a really quick recipe for mulled cider that you can either make to entertain friends or you can just make the bouquets and put them in a tin or a basket and give them as a gift. For the bouquets you will need a large Le Creuset

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Three Gentle Approaches to Try When Your Child Doesn’t Want to Visit Your Ex

Doing Christmas when you have divorced requires delicate handling, even if your children feel reasonably okay with the situation. But holidays aside, if your kid is not keen to visit or spend time with the other parent, the regular routine of visitations can be extremely challenging and painful for all involved. Showing aversion to the other parent is a natural response for children after a divorce. The key is managing

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The perfect comfort food? — AD

What are your ingredients for a perfect comfort food?  Years ago when my children were younger and away at their dad’s I would curl up on the sofa with a bowl of hot spaghetti, covered in olive oil and pepper and make the most of having the TV remote to myself.   It was hot, quick and crucially at that stage of my life, cheap.     When Mr B

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Christmas houses and festive stories

Experience a sparkling and colourful Christmas at National Trust places with Christmas houses, candlelit tours and festive stories in and around Hampshire If you’re looking for a really special festive experience this winter, step into Christmas at one of our beautiful historic houses. National Trust places around Hampshire feature sparkling decorations, fresh winter greenery, Christmas houses and festive family trails. Classic Christmas stories are brought to life at The Vyne

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How to spend a long weekend in Dubai with the kids

Dubai is a destination that has skyrocketed in popularity in recent years and it is now one of the major tourist destinations in the world and one which is constantly developing. It is often associated with the rich and global elite, and while you certainly will find them here, it has also become much more affordable which makes it a great place to take the kids for a long weekend.

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Amazon Black Friday event!

There’s a four day Amazon Black Friday event coming up later this month and it’s not just online.  Love it or hate it, Black Friday is now a firm part of our pre-Christmas build up and each year it gets bigger and better in my opinion, with Amazon really leading the way on how to do a decent sale.  None of this “up to 50% off” and you find it

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