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Celebrating the stay at home dad

Did you know Wednesday was International Men’s Day? If you’re one of the 0.5% of the population that was aware of this fact then I salute you for being so switched on. Unfortunately it doesn’t attract quite the same attention as International Women’s Day. The theme of this year’s event was working together and I’ve

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Mums and dads; why don’t they play together nicely?

Mums and dads; why do they not really socialise together? This is a question I’ve been asked a few times recently (albeit not quite in those words). Firstly, let me clarify something. It’s a very blunt statement to say mums and dads don’t socialise. In my world they do, but I think us stay at

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What is your Retirement DNA?

I have long held the belief that pensions and retirement planning are sexy. They may sound like boring subjects, but failing to plan for retirement can land you in serious trouble in later life. This may make me sound incredibly dull, but I get very excited when discussing equities, annuities and the pros and cons

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Welcome to my messy home

I’ve seen and read your blog posts and I have a declaration to make. It’ll probably get me in trouble, but who cares. As a stay at home dad and as a man responsible for running this household, I want it known that I am just as capable as running a messy, untidy home as

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Pensions and the stay at home dad

To many people pensions are not particularly sexy. I, however, find pensions fascinating. Going back a decade or so I worked for two organisations that were at the forefront of alleviating pensioner poverty. I was privy to all manner of information showing that we’re on the verge of a pensions apocalypse in the UK. One

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