• Children,  happy,  health,  healthy,  love,  parenting

    Technology in Child Development – Good or Bad?

        Raising kids is not an easy task, and with full-time jobs, parents have their work cut out for them. But advice comes from all sides, and it’s hard to know whom to trust. Ultimately, each parent has to decide which way they want to raise their kids, and they can use all the help they can get – including technology. But kids have been raised without technology for thousands of years, so is that really necessary for successful parenthood? Let’s take a quick look at the pros and cons of using technology as a tool to raise our kids: Technology in education     Photo by luciano de…

  • Business,  entrepreneur

    Why Freelancing is the Best Thing Since Sliced Bread

    When we are in school, so many people ask us ‘What do you want to be when you grow up?’ And 10/10 times we give the generic answers that have been offered to us as the only ‘real’ options for as long as we can remember. The thing is though; you can be more than a doctor, lawyer, teacher or childcare practitioner. In fact, now, there are more options than ever, and the likelihood is – that is going to continue. Freelancers are currently contributing around £199 billion into the economy, and between 2008 and 2016 there was a 43% growth in the number of people who are choosing to…

  • Business,  Depression,  entrepreneur

    If You Believe You Can Achieve: Don’t Let These Things Stop You And Your Business

    Many budding entrepreneurs will get lots of ideas about business ventures, but not everyone will act on them. It takes that special idea. The seed that is planted in your mind that you just can’t get rid of. The one thing that you truly believe in and that you feel passionate about it, and knowing that you believe it does mean that you can achieve it when you put your mind to it. But there are things that can really stop you in your tracks. Bad decisions, no focus, or simply having doubt. I wanted to share with you some of the common things anyone can face when it comes…

  • Business,  entrepreneur

    Reasons Your Small Business Needs A Web Presence

    It does not matter what type of business you run, whether it is a small clothing boutique or a cafe, you need to have an online presence. It is surprising how many small business owners still undervalue the importance of making moves online in the current day and age. This is something you can no longer ignore. With that in mind, read on to discover a number of the different reasons why your small business needs to have a web presence.   https://images.pexels.com/photos/433313/pexels-photo-433313.jpeg?auto=compress&cs=tinysrgb&h=650&w=940   Your customers expect it   There is only one place to begin, and this is with the fact that your customers expect you to have a…

  • Business,  entrepreneur

    How To Run A Business From Home And Stay On Task!

    Starting and running a business from home has many benefits, most of which are financial. When you first launch a business cash flow is at a premium, as most business startups have associated costs. Running a business from home means that you don’t have to spend money on premises and you don’t have the expenses associated with commuting. There are pitfalls too and this article aims to highlight ways of making running a business from home work for you. image source   Inform the tax man You need to register your business with the relevant authorities, depending on where in the world you live. This is for tax purposes and…

  • Blogging,  Recipe,  Vegan

    Vegan Friendly Curry Recipe

    If there’s one dish that I simply couldn’t live without, it’s curry. So, you can imagine my despair at the thought of not being able to devour a curry every now and then. I then thought to myself hey, why not make your own vegan friendly curry? So I tried and tested a few different sauces and came up with one that’s absolutely amazing, super easy to make, and keeps for up to four days in the fridge! Here’s the stuff you’re going to need and how I made it: Ingredients 1 tablespoon of oil 2 good sized potatoes. I used sweet potato, but you can use whatever potatoes you…

  • Business,  entrepreneur

    Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Setting up your Own Bakery

    Opening up your own business isn’t easy and you will probably make a lot of mistakes along the way. That’s what life is all about, but if you don’t push yourself then you will never go on to follow your dreams. For this reason, if you have always wanted to open up your own bakery or if you want to delve into the world of commercial cooking then you can find some great business tips right here.   What Kind of Bakery Do You want to Open?   One of the very first decisions you will have to make is the type of store you want to open. You’ll want…

  • Business,  entrepreneur

    Are You Ready To Launch Your Business?

    Hopefully, the answer to this should be yes. But realistically, the answer to this is probably no. So many new businesses launch without following the proper procedures to make sure they succeed in the world of business. It’s one of the reasons why so many startups actually fail. They go in too quick, and they don’t have the right structures in place to support their business. So, if you’re about to go on a new business venture, and you feel as though you’re ready to launch, here’s why you might benefit from thinking again!   Image source: Pixabay   Are You Legit? This is the first thing you need to…

  • Business,  entrepreneur,  Finance

    How to Stop Your Business From Becoming a Sinking Ship

    Running a business can make or break your dreams. You may go on to achieve everything that you have always wanted or you could end up losing it all. The truth is that if you do start going down with your business then it is more than possible for you to save it and you can even turn things around as a result.   Focus on the People Who Matter   Most businesses make the mistake of actually looking at their hardware, software or business practices rather than looking at their reports and their human capital. Your business is only as good as the people who help it to run.…

  • Business,  entrepreneur

    Outsourcing: The Departments Your Small Business Should Consider

    Picture Credit   As a professional, you’re going to want to ensure that your small business always gives off the appearance of operating smoothly and simply. But those who have tried running a small business before will be well aware that behind this facade, there’s a whole lot of work going on, often to a tight schedule. Things don’t just tick over like clockwork alone! Now, if your business is expanding and you’re starting to find that things are becoming difficult to keep on top of, you don’t want the pressure to reflect on the quality of what you’re offering to consumers. But not every business owner wants to employ…