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06Dec2018

Your pre-holiday checklist to ensure peace of mind

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So your bags are packed and that dream of getting away from it all is getting closer and closer to reality. In this whirlwind of activity it’s often difficult to pin down exactly what you need to do to help make sure that everything is taken care of – especially when it comes to protecting
31Jul2017

Eight ways to make saving more fun

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Splurging, splashing out, shopping sprees. Let’s face it: there are few things more enjoyable than spending money. On the other hand, saving money is a bit of a drag, right? Well, not necessarily. With the right mindset and these 8 tricks up your sleeve, you can certainly make saving money as enjoyable as spending it.
26Jun2017

Cardiovascular diseases are on the rise

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Cardiovascular diseases are on the rise: Take care of your body and finances.    #HealthyLiving is more than just another fad driven by social media. We should all be paying attention to the real benefits of healthy lifestyles, given that poor lifestyle choices may affect our pockets more than we realise, says Sanlam financial adviser
20Jan2014

How to stick to your new year’s resolutions

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It’s a new year and time to get serious about sticking to all those resolutions you’ve set for 2014. Whether it be working out more often or spending more time with friends and family – embracing the new patterns needed to accomplish our resolutions can at times be a challenge. Shaking old habits is not
13Jan2014

Back-to-School Tips for Parents

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Getting a new school year off to a good start can influence children’s attitude, confidence, and performance both socially and academically. Even children who are eager to return to school must adjust to greater levels of activity, structure, and for some, the pressures associated with school life. The degree of adjustment depends on the child,

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