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The Lunar New Year is celebrated by many diverse communities around the world as a key moment for new beginnings, reflection and goal-setting. It’s an important time where families come together to celebrate, share their blessings and plan their goals for the year ahead. With lots of interesting traditions surrounding the celebration, we’ve picked out our top 3 Lunar New Year traditions for kids, so they can learn more about the celebration and maybe put some of the lessons into practice.
As winter fast approaches, there’s a special kind of magic in the air that only Christmas can bring. The promise of family gatherings, laughter, and of course the joy of giving, are all factors that build towards the excitement of Christmas . While we all want to show our kids how much they mean to us, it’s important to remember that the best gifts don’t need to come with a hefty price tag, especially if you’re wondering how to do Christmas on a budget.
The build-up to Christmas can often make children overexcited, and with all the extra sugar and lack of sleep, it can mean big emotions tend to take over. This can leave parents feeling overwhelmed and under pressure to deliver a magical Christmas while managing budgets and expectations for everyone. If you’re hosting this year or want to try some tips for Christmas that will help make the big day stress-free, our blog could help.
British kids are going to be earning their keep through the summer holidays this year, the latest study of the UK’s youth economy has indicated. NatWest Rooster Money’s findings have revealed the top chores that are set to keep children occupied and earning their spending money over the break.