Have you held back from blogging because you’re not sure what to blog about?
Be careful how you spend your time. How many times have you heard that?
One of the challenges of running a business from home, is that the boundary between work and home life can be blurred. If you find yourself perched on the edge of the dining room table, there’s the potential for
If you’ve seen my Tweets, Facebook posts and Google+ updates in the past few days, you’ll have noticed that 9th January was #MicroBizMattersDay.
Positive media coverage can help you generate new business, develop a distinctive brand and set you apart from your competitors. What’s more, it’s cheaper and more effective than advertising. But many small business owners simply don’t know where to start.
“All of us have moments in our lives that test our courage. Taking children into a house with a white carpet is one of them.”
Make the most out of this year before you. With a plan, strategies to help you work through it, and the right person by your side to support you, it CAN be your year.
This is about my own personal realisation that being the mother and the main breadwinner with several work roles was affecting my physical health, my relationship, my parenting and my mental health.
Imagine what would happen if on just one day, everyone around the world who is self-employed gave just 9 minutes of their time supporting another self-employed person? You’d have, as co-founders Tony Robinson OBE and Tina Boden describe it,
I started doing freelance gigs nearly ten years ago when my second child was born and my eldest was in part-time nursery. I was lucky enough to pin down work-from-home contracts, but working as a freelancer wasn’t plain sailing.