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Iceni Magazine | August 12, 2020

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Family, Parenting and Relationships

How do you feel about leaving work?

March 4, 2020 |

Not wanting to leave work isn’t necessarily about being a workaholic.

There can be a myriad of reasons why we may feel uncertain, reluctant or even afraid about leaving work at the end of each day. There are … Read More

Dealing with family rifts

January 15, 2020 |

All families change over time. Grown-up’s roles and future aspirations modify and evolve, children become older, more independent and start to lead their own lives, elderly relatives may become more dependent before they ultimately pass away.

There may … Read More

Parents will spend the equivalent of FOUR DAYS every year getting their children into the car

January 9, 2020 |

Parents will spend the equivalent of FOUR DAYS every year getting their children into the car – with toddlers causing the biggest delay, according to research.

As the Christmas break comes to an end, families will return to … Read More

Top 5 Most Expensive Wedding Rings in History

December 25, 2019 |

​A wedding ring is not an ordinary accessory. This thing has been a symbol of the love and loyalty of a married couple for centuries.

Of course, for family well-being, it does not matter how expensive the wedding … Read More

5 Habits That Make Emotionally Wealthy Couples Succeed In Their Relationships

December 23, 2019 |

In the current fast-paced world, people hardly have time for themselves because they are overly engaged in their professions and other things.

It is even more difficult for one to be committed to their partner as well as … Read More

Best Christmas Gifts to get your teenager

November 22, 2019 |

When your children are younger and easily pleased, the likelihood of getting a present wrong is relatively slim, due to the not-so-subtle hints in every shop, excitable points at toy adverts on TV and the tradition of letters to Santa. … Read More

Brits’ patience thresholds have plummeted, according to new research

November 14, 2019 |

Brits’ patience thresholds have plummeted – thanks to modern conveniences such as same-day delivery, fast internet speeds and social media, according to a study.

Three quarters believe technological advances like e-ticketing, smartphones and on-demand TV have made us … Read More

3 reasons to forget gender stereotypes with kids’ clothing

November 5, 2019 |

Children learn gender stereotypes from an early age, and the type of clothing they wear can reinforce these stereotypes well into adulthood.

Here, Steve Cochrane, Managing Director of Childrenswardrobe, discusses why you should let your children pick … Read More

Seniors and Solitude – Why Isolation is a Huge Health Risk

November 5, 2019 |

When it comes to seniors, loneliness is a silent killer.

Although it may sound strange or hard to comprehend, studies repeatedly show that senior isolation and loneliness are as dangerous as smoking, a sedentary lifestyle, high blood pressure, … Read More

Importance of Teaching College Students How to Write Effectively

October 31, 2019 |

Sometimes students do not understand why they need to write long essays and learn how to compose texts.

In our time, it is generally accepted to refer to thoughts, ideas, and words in the form of images and … Read More

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