Tag Archives: Family

Georgia started baby clothes business after a career change

Georgia, from Kent, decided to start a business – called Petit Apparel – after coaching with me helped her work through her options for a career change. Petit Apparel sells baby clothes from around the world, in particular the cute baby and toddler clothes from Spain and France. Georgia came to coaching after leaving a career in […]

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I’m featured on the Work for Mums website

This month I’ve been featured on the Work for Mums website in their Business Success stories section. Work for Mums is a website where mums can find flexible work opportunities and access useful resources to find employment, grow their career or start a small business. As a coach I work with mums in business and mums who are mid-career or returning from maternity […]

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Create work-life-family balance with a Family Inspiration Board

At New Year we often dream of starting the year afresh, with good intentions and lofty resolutions. But in reality many people will have begun 2017 with a feeling of discontent and with their work-life-family balance already out of whack. A Family Inspiration Board can help to lift the spirits and give some balance to your year. A […]

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7 tips for a better work-life balance

Work-life balance is a concept that sounds good on paper but can be tricky to get right in your own life, right? Especially when you’re running a business or growing your career. But it doesn’t have to be. Here are seven tips to achieve a better work-life balance for you and your family. 1  Plan your work […]

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