Single parents are part of a growing community, with research carried out by the office of national statistics showing that they represent nearly a quarter of all UK families with dependable children. That’s why lowcostholidays asked over 1,200 single parents about their travel experiences, to hear about their top concerns, popular activities and how much they want ‘me time’.
We bet you heard some of these stories while growing up… After all, most parents in the world love to tell some little white lies. Cheapflights.co.uk takes a look at some of them in the following infographic.
It has been reported that a whopping 44 percent of unemployed adults between the ages of 18 and 34 still live at home with parents. Perhaps even more surprising is the fact that 25 percent of employed adults in the same age group also still live at home. Homeownership in the U.S. is at an all-time low—right around 65 percent.That’s the lowest level since 1995.
Whilst many expectant parents may look forward to that 18th birthday, when the child embraces adulthood and flies the nest to fend for themselves, in reality, this could merely be a pipe dream. In today’s economy, many parents are faced with using their personal savings to support their offspring financially even when they enter adult life. Aldermore takes a look at the rarely acknowledged costs of adult children and why you need to be saving now.
Baby milestones are important to each parent and this infographic guides new parents with how to deal with their baby’s development and handling expenses which are considered very high on the first year of their lives. It also illustrates how 1-24 months baby evolve in such wonderful milestones that the majority are on the right track.
The 9 month journey from conception to birth is exciting and at times, overwhelming. With regular doctor visits, smart lifestyle choices and a bit of planning, parents can be on the right path to a healthy future for their family, as this infographic will show.
Mums aren’t just amazing, they’re superheroes too. From sleep-deprived new mums, to great-grandmothers who are still worrying about their 60-year-old “baby”, mothers hold a special place in all our hearts. But generally they do a thankless task so for just one day (Mother’s Day) of the year make sure they can truly rest, put their feet up and do what we take for granted for the other 364 days of the year – get taken care of.