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From our homes to our handbags, family finances to bathroom sinks, this is where you’ll find everything for the everyday, and mindfulness for the modern family.

10 child-friendly Autumn walks near London

10 child-friendly Autumn walks near London

Just before we say goodbye to Autumn’s leafy wonderland, I’ve rounded up 10 of the top family woodland walks, all within an hour of London. It was originally meant for the whole of the UK but it would have taken you until the end of the year to actually read it that way.

Plan your green Halloween

Plan your green Halloween

Whether you’re planning a full-on sugar fest surrounded by their whole class or just a bowl of sweets and a pumpkin by the door, a bit of planning could save you from panic buying everything on Prime the day before. And save a little bit of the world while you’re at it.

How to prepare your kids for the clocks going back

How to prepare your kids for the clocks going back

The clocks go back this coming Saturday, which, if we’re not lucky, could mean 4am wake up calls for the foreseeable. Thankfully, we’ve grilled Marta, The Gentle Sleep Consultant, on how to get our kids ready for the switch to GMT and sleeping through all winter long.

Helping kids to resist gender stereotypes

Helping kids to resist gender stereotypes

Looking for ways to help your kids to grow up in a more equal and open-minded world? Resisting gender stereotypes is a good place to start. We caught up with the wonderful Jamey Fisher Perkins to get her thoughts on how to begin.

All quiet in the back: Children and Brexit

All quiet in the back: Children and Brexit

We don’t really do politics. But when it comes to our kids and their rights to a free and curious future, we get a bit more serious. Lucky for us, we’ve got Barney Harsent to write about Brexit in a way you might actually laugh at. Maybe.