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  • Taking charge of the mid-life change

    To progress, we have to change. “Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything“, George Bernard Shaw once sai […]

  • Knowing how to spot the early signs of mental health-related issues can help reduce their severity. Mental health issues can include a wide range of different conditions, which include but are not limited […]

  • 7 easy ways to spend less on nosh
    Make a meal plan
    Time to get militant about your meals. Sit down on a Sunday and plan your meals for the coming week, then make a shopping list based on those ingredients. […]

  • Most people aren’t as well off as you might think.
    According to the Money Advice Service, four out of ten adults in the UK have less than £500 saved away to cover an unexpected bill. By slowly building up a cash […]

  • Unhelpful Thinking Habits
    Over the years, we tend to get into unhelpful thinking habits such as those described below. We might favour some over others, and there might be some that seem far too familiar.
    Once you […]

  • Unhelpful Thinking Solutions @ 40+
    (This information was sourced from https://www.getselfhelp.co.uk//unhelpful.htm)

    Over the years, we tend to get into unhelpful thinking habits such as those described below. […]

  • Challenge Your Gender Bias (Part 3)
    Gender Bias? Historically, WOMEN have suffered most,
    As victims of sexism, primarily due to their lower power position, relative to men in business, politics and government, […]

  • Difficult Diets at 40+
    Diets. Do you ever try diets, looking for something ideal and then end up baulking at the sheer complexity of calculations put before you? Does simple become hard work when it comes to […]

  • Dress Your Age …at 40+?
    NO!!! What does that even mean?

    Who has the right to tell you to dress your age?

    You do!

    It’s a three-way relationship between you, your budget and your mirror.

    How do you feel […]

  • Challenge Your Gender Bias (Part 2)… at 40+
    Having read Challenge You Gender Bias (Part 1), I’m glad you stuck around for Part 2.

    Gender bias or inequality is an issue in and around the workplace. Here are a […]

  • Challenge Your Gender Bias at 40+
    So, as a sort of continuation of my previous post, Stay At Home Dad, I wanted to ask you, yes YOU, whether you recognise Gender Bias in your own day to day thoughts and […]

  • So, instead of Stay at home dad, what I really wanted to write as a heading, was…
    GENDER DIFFERENCES, FEWER THAN YOU THINK… 
    Why? I hear you ask all at once….. 

    Well, for the last 4 months, May, June, July an […]

  • Prostate Cancer, are you aware?

    1 IN 8 MEN IN THE UK WILL GET PROSTATE CANCER
    Jacamo is proud to support Prostate Cancer UK who are on a mission to tame prostate cancer within the next 10 years.
    When it come […]

  • Improving your credit with 40+,
    Take the stress out of money managing…
    Improving your credit at 40+ aims to help with improving your credit status, so that next time you’re applying for a loan or bank r […]

  • Budget plan at 40+ (please stifle your yawns for 5 minutes…)
    Budget plan at 40+ may sound boring and, yes it is. It’s almost like hard work, but like most kinds of hard work, it is truly rewarding, I mean […]

  • Making Money at 40+,
    It’s all about turning nothings into somethings, turning trash into cash. Making money at 40+ won’t talk numbers as such, just opportunities. Have a look around yourselves, and see how, either […]

  • Talking Money at 40+ does get easier with practice and does become stress-free.
    Money is a subject you can’t avoid discussing especially when you’re in a relationship. It may be daunting to start with, but hear […]

  • Apparently, being over 40 is a barrier to adoption. WRONG! In the five years between 2008 and 2013, 66% of adoptions were by the 40+ age group (Figures obtained from the leading London Voluntary Adoption Agency, […]

  • Raising Children at 40+
    I cannot possibly cover the sheer size of the topic of raising children at 40+ in one digestible sitting, so I’ll try to break it down into bite size portions as much as possible (c […]

  • Earning a Psychology Degree at 40+?…WHY?

    Well, if you’d have asked me a year ago when I applied to study Psychology at 40+, I’d have told you exactly what I wanted to do, and where, and why….

    Fast-forward […]

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