Work from home tips and advice

How a Virtual Office Can Improve Business Profitability

Your virtual office in the UK provides your business with internet access, but it also can provide your business with facilities in some of the finest buildings in London and other major cities. On top of having this kind of access, your business has the freedom to move around the…

How to build a business in your spare time

 

Juggling motherhood, employment and all of life’s other challenges can start you thinking about the practicality of starting your own business. Being able to work to your own timetable and not having to answer to a manager could definitely alleviate some of the pressures of being a working mother.

So, if starting your own business is a pursuit you’re giving serious thought to, here are a few tips to get your plans off to a strong start and guide you in the direction of success.

What does a bullet and a journal have in common – and why you should care!

When technology fails, the traditional, fail-safe methods are what we gravitate towards.

You may ignore a reminder, forget to add an important meeting to your Google Calandar, or your battery might run out on your smartphone when you desperately need to confirm a date. But a notebook or a bullet journal won’t leave your side – unless you choose it to be so.

Five time wasters and how to cut them out of your life for good (Part 2)

If I had a pound for every time a working mum bemoaned how they wished there were more hours in the day, I’d be writing this from a palatial villa somewhere far away with iced cool drink in a tumbler.

Not that it’s always an invalid comment, sometimes, we could all genuinely do with more time to work through all the projects we need to complete.

Five time wasters and how to avoid them – part 1

These days, it seems that everyone is trying to fit a week’s worth of work into a day. While it may look like the epitome of efficiency efficiency,  are you really making progress of just deceiving yourself?

Here are five time wasting activities you probably don’t even realise that you’re doing and how to avoid them.

Four jobs you (probably) didn’t think you could do from home

Working from home doesn’t always have to mean selling other people’s products or setting up a craft-based business…you can actually use your skills, experience and knowledge in your current profession without changing much other than where you work.

Here are just four examples of doing just that to get you thinking about the possibilities…there are many more ideas, including our feature ‘10 hobbies that can become a business‘ for even more: