Email is now the number one form of communication, but it can be susceptible to abuse and careless mistakes
A poll among Work Your members, the online community for freelance and self-employed parents, revealed that they’re not impressed with the Budget, confirming the general consensus of a #downgraded Chancellor.
Are you a freelancer / running a business with kids in tow? What’s life like for you now? Care to share? Guest blogs have been contributed by other parents, so if
[three_fourth] Whether you are starting out as a Freelancer for the first time, or consider yourself a ‘seasoned’ one with many years experience under your belt – you will find lots of useful tips here shared by our community of
Just when I think I’m getting on top of things I realise I have lost my passport or a child needs to be collected from an activity at the same time as I’m meant to be somewhere else. Even my weekend did not include ANY sleeping in. Travesty!
We’re heading into week two of the holidays and we’re still alive and kicking. The house hasn’t burned down, the kids are taking their responsibilities seriously and I’m breathing a small sigh of relief. I have noticed a few unsurprising
So, you’ve pitched for a project, you’ve secured the work, you focus on the project in hand – during which time your marketing efforts fall by the wayside while you get busy with the busywork – and then you start the process all over again. Sound familiar?
Here’s a little sunshine to brighten your day! That lovely photo was taken by my son Chas. I am a cynic, so I took the lovely tropical beach cabana scene below. As a writer, I have found that having a great image can
Most of us decide to freelance because we like the idea of embracing our spontaneous side. I love the thought that I can really work anywhere in the world, at any time of the day or night, writing when the
One of the greatest challenges faced by parents who run a business from home is achieving a balance between work and parenting.