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Lifestyle management

  • Expert advice: Pensions & divorce

    The average pension pot for a man is three times that of a woman's. And yet for many divorcing couples, pensions are overlooked in the financial settlements. Top divorce lawyer, Claire O'Flinn, has this insight and advice.

  • Looking for love? Try our relationship quiz

    Are you ready for a new relationship? Avoid making the same old mistakes in your love life with this wisdom from therapeutic coach Michele Poulton.

  • How to create a bucket list

    If this year has taught us anything, it's that we should live our lives to the fullest. And while, we're still in various levels of restrictions throughout the UK, it doesn't mean we can't plan. Surrey-based lifestyle producer Holly Patrick has this advice.

  • Get your family affairs in order

    You know - all those things you avoid because they're either too serious, too scarey or too boring. We chatted to experts at Age Space about getting organised and protecting your family in times of need.

  • Spring clean KonMari style

    Beat the boredom with a spring clean KonMari style. Here are Muddy's top tips for implementing the famous method.

  • Live your bucket list

    Put together a bucket list of life-long dreams. And then actually start living. Here's some inspiration from lifestyle producer, Holly Patrick at heyyholly.

  • The rise of the housekeeper

    Need an extra pair of hands? If you're considering hiring a housekeeper, there are few things you should know before handing over the hoover. Hummingbird Home Staff have shared some basic rules to keep things sweet.

  • How to get the most from your weekends

    The average weekend consists of about 60 hours, and yet for most of us they whizz by really fast. So here are five ways to make the most of your days off - just in time for the Bank Holiday weekend.

  • Five reasons to live clutter free

    A less cluttered home means a less cluttered mind. But that's just one of the benefits - here are a few more reasons to get rid of the junk.

  • Be more organised

    It’s hard to focus on what’s important when there's a growing list of ‘things’ to do - so here are our tips on how to restore order.

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