Continuing my half term series on how much fun can one family have with a Merlin Annual Pass in a week. Time to look at the older children, for whom Thorpe Park is the obvious destination in the South …
Philippa Mitchell is an independent distributor with Wikaniko, a British cooperative marketing company that aims to encourage and enable people to be both greener and healthier through making economic and eco-friendly changes to products they use every day.
If you have read my mumpreneur story so far (Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3), you will know that I got to a point where I felt I needed to find a business idea soon. I had no money of my own, and my husband is also an accountant, so I was going to have to come up with a plausible business plan, or else he would not want to invest in it. He is the scariest of Dragons, and is very risk averse.
Starting a home business can be a daunting thing to do. There are so many challenges to face. There are so many things you just have to get right, if you’re going to succeed. Of course, there’s lots of good advice out there. The trouble is that some of it is conflicting, and an awful lot of it just isn’t written for mums who have limited time to spend on their business venture and lots of other commitments that sometimes just have to take precedence over business activities.
This week’s mumpreneur profile is a complaining cow who found her niche and turned her blog into a buisiness. I just love the name of this blog! So this week I give you Helen Dewdney, the Complaining Cow.