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FINANCE: How to form a cooking club

Putting together a group of parents to form a cooking club can help ease the domestic load and save you money.

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FINANCE: Creating a family budget

With the end of financial year looming, now is the perfect time to set up a family budget.

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FINANCE: How to create wealth through property

Chris Childs from Think Money talks property investment.

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FINANCE: Love and money - top tips for managing money with your partner

It is important to be on the same page when it comes to finances.

Parenting Files

FINANCE: Is your grocery bill too high?

A family of four in Queensland spends an average of $214 a week on groceries

Education

Six things you can do to help your child learn to read

Top tips from a Prep teacher on how to help your child learn to read.

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INSTACRUSH: Betje

This week's Instacrush lets us have a laugh at the realities and absurdities of parenthood.

Destinations

DESTINATIONS: Families heading to sand and snow these school holidays

We find out where Aussie families are holidaying during the Winter School Holidays!

You

FINANCE: 13 ways to cut your food budget in half

Want to reduce your food bill? Here's our top tips.

Parenting Files

FINANCE: How to survive on one wage

The sooner you start saving, the better.

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FINANCE: Learning about money through play

Fun ways to help your kids learn about money and in turn counting and maths concepts.

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FINANCE: What is the MoneySmart Schools program?

The program helps to promote financially savvy thinking among students.