amelie Materialism. In this generation, the measure of your success depends on the goods you own, how much stuff you have, what care you or your parents drive, what you wear and where you live. Kids naturally want things, especially if their friends have it too. Now don't get me wrong, I think we have all been guilty of begging our parents for that new pair of shoes that you believe will make you 'cooler' at school, or the newest iPhone so you can seem 'up to date' with the newest…
Unless you're a white supremacist. I don't believe in this quote because change is the threshold for greatness
Introducing the new pocket money debit card for kids, find out how children are managing their money with goHenry. “I feel mature and trusted with a card, and it teaches me how to control my spendings and savings. It is also an extremely efficient way for my parents to give me pocket money without having to dig around for change” - Alicia, 13.
My healthy 5-minute vegan cashew pesto is one of the simplest - and most delicious - things you can make for your pasta. It's also fantastic on baked potatoes, crostini, or even as a dip for chips and other nibbles.