Posts with Category: Personal Development
OK, I’ll come clean – I went looking for natural health solutions for my family, and next thing I know I’ve signed on the dotted line and become a doTERRA Wellness Advocate. Here’s what happened next – the good and the bad. If you are considering doTERRA, or even if you have never heard of it then read on…
Last week I was given the opportunity to experience a full body massage with the Massage Company in Camberley. Sometimes I just love blogging…
So here I am back to my blog at last, and I simply cannot believe that a whole two months have gone my since my last post. In January I wrote of my intention to post better and more frequently this year, and there I went not a month later, on an extended sabbatical. I don’t know if any of you have been wondering what happened to me, but I’m afraid I’m going to bore you with it anyway.
Some of my regular readers will know that I do a lot of work with Thinking Slimmer, helping out with social media, blogger outreach, moderating the Slimpod Club Facebook group and all sorts of things.
This year I want to blog more consistently, so I have looked at my most successful blog posts, to try and establish some rules for how to write the perfect blog post
Procrastination is the thief of time – so they say
We’ve all had one of those days. You’re sitting on your own in your office and you know that there is something you absolutely need to do, but for some reason you just can’t bring yourself to get going at it.
Going on maternity leave presents women with a break from their regular career, but for many it also means a substantial drop in income. While nobody would call this extra time “free time” to relax, you may find yourself with a few opportunities to take some time for yourself and maybe earn some extra money.
For those who are returning to a job who after a set amount of maternity leave there are rules and regulations to abide by regarding making money while on leave. Become familiar with these first and check with your company before starting with one of these ideas.
1. Create Crafts
Those good with their hands can use time while pregnant or when your new-born is asleep to start making some sort of crafts. Whether it’s knitting items of clothing, creating decorative items or another idea, these can be done sat down without using up too much energy. This could form the basis of a relaxing new hobby or you could sell your items online.
Over half of UK would save an extra £1000 rather than spend it
What would you do with an extra £1000? If you’d rather save it than spend it then you’re in the majority. This is the preferred option for 57% of the UK according to a new survey from crafting company Stampin’ Up!
Bounts is an app which allows you to receive rewards when you carry out various daily exercise tasks. So you can track your daily exercise, and then be paid in real tangible things like shopping vouchers. This sounds like a really good idea and very motivational, so I decided to put it to the test.