Is London still a place to live?

Along with everyone who isn't getting a six-figure bonus, but is having a baby, we have recently joined the legions of people who used to live in some quaint flat near an urban park and a main road selling whatever is the local speciality, but now live in a commuter town within an hour's travel... Continue Reading →

Imagined sexism?

We have recently bought our first house. Initially, I didn't really think about it a whole lot; renting has become less economical, and even if you end up with a lot of maintenance costs on a purchase, at least you're gradually building an investment. It certainly makes me feel like even more of a responsible... Continue Reading →

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