As the proactive, freelance go-getter that you are, chances are like me, you have a love of learning new skills .
Be careful how you spend your time. How many times have you heard that?
I’m changing direction because I love that my career has more recently evolved into coaching and mentoring others in business.
What kind of mum would I be if I didn’t encourage creativity in my kids. How could I not encourage them to forge their own path to live and work intentionally.
When you start your own business, you think it will be a doddle. Your time will be your own, to do what you want, when you want.
It’s not surprising that a VA business is still a popular choice for anyone wanting to work flexibly around their lifestyle, while taking advantage of their skill set.
Family feuds are common enough, and people fall out at work all the time. But what happens if you work with a family member?
It’s easy enough to get started with a hobby, but what happens when it starts to take off? What can you do to turn it into a paying business?
Are you a self-employed parent with your own business? Here are seven ways you can involve your kids in your work.
There’s a well-known saying, that “necessity is the mother of invention”. In other words, if you can’t find exactly what you need, you’ll have to invent or create it yourself.