Some women make a very positive choice to be a stay at home mum. They willingly give up work, and settle into a nonstop routine of domestic bliss, cooking, cleaning and raising their brood. The loss of income and status from their job is more than compensated for by the glow of satisfaction they get from caring for their family and keeping house.
Julie Sherwood has run Get In The Press since 2005 – a small PR consultancy helping small businesses get to grips with PR. She has worked for major brands including Penguin Children’s Books, to smaller start ups including swimwear brands, jewellery boutiques, fitness centres and parenting experts.
For anybody interested in ensuring that their business is able to compete in the 21st century, it’s incredibly important to have a good online profile. Digital Marketing is becoming the new buzzword, even for those businesses who provide physical products or face to face services.
Whether you own your own business or you have a successful professional career in a company, it’s no mean achievement to juggle your work and family life effectively. One part of your life always seems to encroach on the other and more often than not, it can feel as though you can never give each part your full attention.
Following on from my rebrand and blog audit this month, I have decided to write a series of posts about the absoloutely essential things you need to consider when you are running a home business. Today a question – do you really need a business blog?
A couple of months ago I made the big decision to merge my two websites, Motivating Mum UK and Mum’s the Boss. The merger took place on 21st September 2016, and all links from Motivating Mum UK are now pointing to Mum’s the Boss.
When you become a parent your relationship with sleep changes for ever. Add to the mix the added stress of running a business around a family, and it can be all too easy to end up burning the candle at both ends, and sacrificing sleep in favour of ticking off a neverending To Do list. In this article Registered Nurse Sue Bedford explains why sleep is so important and offers some tips for a good night’s sleep.