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.
Posts with Category: Planning & Goals
Do you remember a time when they you were young and were told to wish upon a star? Do you remember the hopes and expectations you had waiting for your wish to come true? Why not evoke these same feelings in your own children.
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
I have promised my readers a blogging bootcamp for so long, and now is the time. I need to relearn a few tricks myself, put them into regular practice and while I’m doing it I would like to help and inspire others to start or grow their blogs.
The word itself, networking, was enough to send shivers down my spine a couple of years ago. The mere thought of walking up and start talking to people I didn’t know was utterly terrifying and forcing myself to do it felt like completely violating my natural instincts.
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.
I explained in yesterday’s blog that I decided to take the whole of August off in order to have a proper summer. So on 1st September I dragged myself reluctantly back to work….
This year the children and I were determined to have a proper summer, after last year’s summer that went wrong. Read on to see if we achieved what we planned…
So you’ve taken to motherhood and decided that it just won’t fit in with the job you did before maternity leave. Or you’ve just received your redundancy cheque and decided to go it alone. But what home business should you choose?
Just over 70 per cent of small to medium enterprises (SMEs) in the UK describe themselves as a family business. Started out by father and son, or husband and wife, at first sight it seems like an ideal solution to finding a great business partner, but working with your nearest and dearest isn’t without its pitfalls.