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10 Reasons why being a Dad is the best job in the world 10 Reasons why being a Dad is the best job in the world
From early morning wake up calls to supermarket temper tantrums - being a Dad isn't easy. So this Father's Day we want to celebrate fatherhood, and offer a timely reminder of why being a Dad is still the best job in the world.
Are you a mum or dad without life insurance? You’re not alone. Almost half of parents in the UK don’t have it. Curious to find out why that was, we spoke to 1,000 parents without a life insurance policy.
Legal & General asked Psychologist Dr Angharad Rudkin to explain some of the common anxieties in children and what you can do to help your child worry less, here's what she told us.
Getting married and having children tend to be the biggest triggers in making life insurance decisions. But it might be that you need to balance pay-out levels with the price of premiums.
We have teamed up with some parent bloggers who share their own experiences of being a parent
So, you are having a baby? Congratulations! Are you excited? Nervous? Absolutely terrified? Have you studied all the baby bibles and put book marks at all the really important parts?
Al a 28 year old blogger from The Dad Network tells us about 6 dad tech hacks that will help you get prepared for the most amazing, yet challenging journey you’ll ever face.
We have teamed up with some parent bloggers who share their own experiences of being a parent and Al, from Dad's Network shares his own safety tips for babies or young children.
We have teamed up with some parent bloggers who share their own experiences of being a parent and Anna, a first time mum gives a few sleep tips for babies or young children.
Buying a home and taking on a mortgage is a big commitment, so it's worth arranging the right insurance cover for you and your family.
Learn more about the differences between life insurance and mortgage life insurance.
If you’re still struggling to kick the nicotine habit, here’s a great incentive.
Not so long ago it would have seemed like science fiction, but technology today has advanced by leaps and bounds to bring us new ways to monitor our health and take control of our well being.
Going back to school is probably the last thing on your kids’ minds as they enjoy the last few weeks of the summer holidays – and not having to do homework.
Al a 28 year old blogger from The Dad Network looks back at his time as a child and growing up. He shares some incredibly valuable life lessons his dad taught him, the kind of life lessons that you wouldn’t get anywhere else!
Life insurance is a great way to help protect your loved ones if you were no longer around. Get a quote today from just £6 a month.
If you choose annual premiums when you buy life insurance, you'll get a discount. Find out how much could you save.
The cheapest life insurance isn't always the best. The most important thing is making sure your life insurance will meet your financial needs if you were to die.
Do you need single or joint life insurance? Read more about the different types and get instant online quotes for both.
Death in service and life insurance have lots of differences. Make sure you understand the difference and you have the right protection in place for your loved ones.
Get a life insurance quote in under 2 minutes with an instant online decision with Legal & General.
Our 2015 Value of a Parent research tells us how much Mums are worth for the tasks they do around the house. You may be surprised!
Find out why we were voted the Best Life Insurance provider.
The Difference between Life Assurance and Life Insurance? The Difference between Life Assurance and Life Insurance?
Confused between assurance and insurance? Here’s some reassurance.
Many women think they can do without life insurance, but can you really afford to take that risk? Help protect your family with life insurance.
Life insurance costs more as you get older, so it could pay to take out a policy now.
A medical is not always required when applying for life insurance. Find out how this effects things and why having a medical may be better.
It's recommended that we consume a certain amount of calories to maintain a balanced diet. But what do these numbers really mean and is it as easy as counting from 1 to 2000?
There are 1000s of fitness tracker apps and devices available today. But how far do they actually go in motivating us to get fit?
Despite the low levels of motivation brought on by Britain’s temperamental weather, staying active doesn’t have to only be for sunny days.
More than one in four of us fail to achieve thirty minutes of moderate activity per week. Here are some tips to get you motivated!
Research shows that the way we wake up has a huge impact on how we feel for the rest of the day. But how do we wake up 'properly'?
Sleep is a complex, hugely debated subject, and is something that lies – naturally – close to all of our hearts. But are you getting enough?
Many fitness trends come and go. Find out which ones are here to stay and how they can positively impact your health and wellbeing.
with more than 100,000 health apps to help you identify and monitor your symptoms, self-diagnosis is on the rise. But are we doing more harm than good?
If you've ever heard the saying ‘use it or lose it’, it’s never more appropriate than when we consider the brain. Read some tips on how to keep your mind healthy and alert.
Mindfulness is a life technique that helps to combat stress and has exploded in popularity over the past few years. Find our how to get started.
Mindful eating is less about watching your calories and more about being aware of the food you are eating. Want to try mindful eating? Here are a few ideas to get you started.
Recent studies suggest that ‘brain training’ can not only improve memory and reasoning skills, but have a preventative effect against dementia and other problems later in life.
Britain’s families spend more on technology than they do on clothes or childcare, and the cost of keeping all the family wi-fi connected is the second biggest household expense after the weekly food bill, according to a survey we conducted.