Most parents will agree that once a child is born the world shifts on its axis, and all of a sudden there’s a new number 1 in town. From that moment on, the drive to keep this new little person safe and happy seems to come above all else. But what we do go on
Christmas is looming and what is meant to be a time of joy and festivity can be overshadowed by a sense of dread on how earth we’re all going to be able to afford it. According to research conducted for the Commonwealth Bank, the average Queensland adult spends more than $500 on Christmas presents alone.