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Maybe it’s because I’m a psychology graduate…or that I’m curious by nature. Or both! But when the opportunity came up to have my handwriting analysed by a graphologist I didn’t need to be asked twice. Read more →
Have you ever spoken to an industry expert who blinded you with science and made you feel completely alienated? And bored you stiff… Read more →
Whether you’re just starting out with your work at home business or you’ve had a home business for many years, you’ll need to stay motivated if you’re going to see continual success.
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Is it your favourite childhood toy, or irreplaceable photos of the kids? If it’s the later then you’re not on your own because family albums have been revealed as the nation’s most treasured possession, according to a recent poll. Read more →
Have you hear about the New ISA that the Chancellor George Osborne has announced – the NISA?
If you like saving, you’ll know that the current ISA allows us to save £5,760 in cash every year tax free.
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When taught early, children can adopt good habits in regards to energy conservation. Most do not understand the concept of money. This can change the way that they perceive bills and adult responsibility. Read more →
With so many different colours and shapes, the Post-it® Brand from 3M is perfect for adding personality, emotion and individuality to your handwritten notes.
Sometimes, technology just doesn’t cut it, and we need something to write important notes and reminders on that won’t fail us when our battery deism or we haven’t backed up the information we need. Read more →
Everyone has at least one thing that they are good at in life. Some are good at making others laugh, others are natural organisers, and some are fantastic communicators. All these skills, however, are essential at some point in our lives – and if you don’t know how to communicate effectively, it can have a damning effect on many areas of your life.
Here are nine golden rules for effective communication that you can use in your home, workplace and business:
Once you know your family’s lunch budget, you can cut your spending by meal planning.
Put pen to paper at the weekend and decide what you’ll be packing for your lunch at work and for the kids (if they take a packed lunch to school) for the coming week. Read more →
We all need some help sometimes – last-minute crises, or just an evening out with friends to let your hair down.
Whatever the case may be, the last thing any parent wants is to come back home to pandemonium or an accident. This video will show you how to make your home safe for a babysitter. Read more →
Commuting to work can be a real waste of time…if you just commute and do nothing else. While some employers have women up to the fact that you can get a lot more out of employees by letting them work more efficiently (from home, for example), others haven’t.
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