I’ve accepted the click bait. I’ve read ALL the posts offering advice on the ‘do’s and don’ts’ of the blogging world. We all want to write well, we want a tonne of traffic, we want people to love us and love our work. So what is the best tried and tested formula for writing an epic blog post?
Mondays are all about Motivation and planning, making the most of the week ahead right?
So I know a lot of my readers are fellow biz mamas and I’m pleading for your help today.
I need to do a bit of research for an upcoming project so I’ve created a quick survey and I would be over the moon appreciative if you could fill it out.
To make it worth your while I’m offering you the chance to win some biz coaching time with me. So let me know in the comments if you’ve submitted and I’ll throw your name in the hat.
Thanks so much Mama XXX
I never really anticipated how hard it would be to ‘Mum’ full-time and work from home. I envisioned tea and biscuits during nap time, working across time zones online and lots of skype chats. Let me be clear. It’s not like that. Not in the slightest. Working at home, for me at least has been unproductive, challenging, messy and argument ridden. I have sulked, cried and locked myself in the bathroom but I’ve lived to tell the tale so a year into my WAHM journey, here are my top tips.
I’m doubly excited this month. Firstly it’s my first Spotlight post. Each month I will be shining the spotlight on an amazing and inspiring woman in business that I think you should absolutely know about! It’s something I’ve wanted to do for so long and secondly I get to feature an amazing woman who I’m also lucky enough to call one of my blogging besties, Michelle!
This post is mainly for people like me people that survived a time before the Internet and mobile phones; people that did crazy things like look up facts in an encyclopedia and actually met people at the time and in the place originally planned.
You know when you’ve had a lovely trip away, the weather is amazing, the sun shines on everything making it look bright and gorgeous. Suddenly colours have new depth and meaning, you’ve stayed in a gorgeous hotel and you basically come home and want to change your entire home decor to get that feeling again? Yeah, that! (more…)
I like to call myself a recovering perfectionist. I spent my 20’s in a career where attention to detail and personal grooming were the most important skills you could possess.