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How I Juggle Working From Home With Children

Working from home can often seem like the dream, can’t it? Roll out of bed and start work in your pyjamas, no commute, your home comforts at your fingertips and flexible working hours. It really can be, but if you are also a stay at home parent it can throw quite a few curve balls your way! This has been my working life now for 3 years and I have recently been asked a few times how I juggle it all. Well, er, it’s not exactly an exact science Continue reading “How I Juggle Working From Home With Children”

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How To Write A Book: 9 Tips And Tricks For New Writers

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Writing a book truly can change your life. It offers the opportunity to discover who you really are and find fame and fortune, not to mention allows you the chance to impact the lives of thousands, if not millions all over the world. Writing can be exciting, fun, and passionate, but by no means is it easy. When it comes to writing your first book, it’s much easier to quit than it is to finish. When your own message begins to bore you or you run out of ideas, you are going to be more than tempted to give up. To help you avoid this eventuality, here are nine helpful tips and tricks on how to write a book. Continue reading “How To Write A Book: 9 Tips And Tricks For New Writers”

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What To Think About Before Heading To That Job Interview

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There is nothing quite as nerve wrenching as heading to a job interview. The pressure you can feel or put on yourself can be immense. From worrying about whether you will fluff up your answers to hoping that you make a great impression, it can all feel consuming and overwhelming. Getting the job interview in the first place is a big deal, but have you really thought it through? Here are some of the things to think about before heading off for that interview and hopefully landing yourself the new job. Continue reading “What To Think About Before Heading To That Job Interview”

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Freelancers Envy Your Sick Days

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For anybody who works in an office and is stressed out by the 9-to-5 constraint, the idea of embracing of freelancing career is the most appealing thought. You probably picture yourself waking up refreshed and relaxed and preparing a healthy breakfast with the kids before heading to your home office, an unused bedroom you’ve redecorated to create the perfect working environment. At lunchtime, you’ve got time to pop out for lunch with your best friends and gossip about the latest news in town before heading back to pick up the kids from school. You can even squeeze in a couple of hours before dinner while your oldest is doing her homework and the younger one is playing peacefully in the lounge. Continue reading “Freelancers Envy Your Sick Days”

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Top Tips that will Help you to Email More Efficiently

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Nobody likes having an endless list of emails to reply to. It’s hard work and you may even find that it’s time-consuming as well. If you want to put an end to this once and for all then here are a few tips that will help you to get started. Continue reading “Top Tips that will Help you to Email More Efficiently”

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5 Tips To Start A Blog

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Starting a blog may seem like a simple task from the outside but there is so much to it than the what the blogger allows you to see. A good blog will appear well-written, it will feature clear, crisp images, will be easy to navigate and provide useful information with appropriate links Continue reading “5 Tips To Start A Blog”