With the state of the world constantly changing, you may have concerns about different aspects of your child’s future. While you may not be able to directly control the world or even your child, you might be able to put things into place that can help to remove some of these anxieties. This way, you can at least know that you did as much as you could to give them a positive future. The rest may be up to them to achieve.
One of the first things that could be causing you concern may be the financial implications of simply trying to survive in the world. The price of goods and services may feel like it is going up at an astonishing rate, one that you worry your child might struggle with in the future.
Due to this, you might want to help them to get ahead with money, even if they are only young right now. Using Wealthify, you can open an ISA for your child which can allow you to save money, as and when you have the means to do so, that your child can access when they are an adult.
Thankfully, this money will also not be subject to taxes, meaning your child would get to collect and keep, the entire lot. This could go towards any qualifications they would like to undertake, especially those that cannot benefit from student finance, or even to help them purchase a home of their own. The choice on how to spend it may be up to them, so teaching good financial habits along the way might also be useful.
A number of career choices require a candidate to have gained certain qualifications before they can hold that role or position. If your child has their sights set on a certain career, you might want to find ways to help them to do well at school, starting from a young age. Even if your child doesn’t know what they want to do yet, they may still be able to benefit from gaining a solid education, as well as the qualifications that come with it.
The nutritional choices you make within your home could also be helping your child to create positive or negative habits, as well as shaping their relationship with food. While it can sometimes be nice to eat unhealthy meals or snacks, this could lead to your child becoming obese as they grow up.
Considering the dangers of being severely overweight, you may want to help them to make better food choices, both by enabling them to try different foods and being a positive role model by also eating plenty of fruit and vegetables. Otherwise, they may find themselves subject to low levels of fitness, as well as heart problems and even the potential for a shortened lifespan.
Making good decisions now can affect the person that your child will grow up to be. You may want to consider how some of your concerns could be used to help shape their growth.
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2 thoughts on “How Can I Feel More Confident About My Child’s Future?”
We’ve opened premium bonds accounts for both the kids to start saving for their futures, either for uni, further training or a home. Anything to help give them a lil foot up as I know how hard it can be.
I need to get them both understanding health a bit more I think. They both eat really well, lots of fruit and veg but they also want lots of sweet stuff…all the time!
This post really resonated with me. I think everything is so uncertain for future generations. These are really helpful tips
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