Yay, summer is officially here and unlike those who hate the heat and hideaway in the shade, I’m definitely not one of those people. We have our holiday booked and can’t wait to get our hands on some top swimsuits, beachwear and bikinis from our favourite online women’s fashion retailer Boohoo.com. If being spoilt for choice wasn’t enough we have big news you can get 25% off all swimwear by using our code ‘SWIM25’ at checkout! click the link HERE to shop! Just to help you along, we’ve also added our 10 favourite pieces for you to choose from.
If you’re a startup solopreneur, entrepreneur, mompreneur or whatever, a huge part of trying to realise your dreams is to set your bar immensely high and start looking at what women who own companies with widespread appeal did – Doris Fischer of Gap, Diane Hendricks of ABC Supply, Elizabeth Holmes of Theranos and Oprah Winfrey of everything. The reason we look to massive companies like this is they’re massively successful, especially financially. Now compare that to smaller operations where cash-flow is a regular point on internal meetings.
Emotional intelligence isn’t just one’s ability to be empathetic, caring, and soft-hearted. It’s a real talent for reading people, for helping them better manage their personalities, and working with them to reach real goals. It’s a kind of intelligence that’s starting to get valued more and more as time goes on, and now we’re starting to recognize careers in which they might excel above all else.
Being able to drive is much more than just being able to get from A to B quickly and being dry when you get there. Having the ability to drive gives you a level of freedom you may not have experienced before. As exciting as that prospect is, many people find the prospect of learning to drive extremely daunting.
If you are going to be starting your driving lessons in the near future, then these 5 tips will get you well set up on the road to becoming a confident driver and are an excellent place to start you journey to independence.
You don’t have to have a dog to perform this effortless meditation. In fact, it is best if you don’t so that you don’t get distracted with dog related activities 🙂 However, there is a catch, it must be performed twice a day (as though you have a real dog to take for a walk) and every day. So, commitment here is necessary. Rewards are great and very much worth the commitment. So, try it even if it is just for a week J
There are various areas of your life that can see you left in a state of emotional turmoil. The care of your loved ones is likely to be a major one. After all, your nearest and dearest are the people you live for: you spend time together, have mutual respect, strong memories and bonds that can’t be broken. However, it can be extremely difficult to ensure that you ensure that everyone is cared for adequately and feeling as content as can be. After all, we all have our own lives, and the major responsibility of looking after another in need can mean that we end up falling behind on our self-care. Remember, it’s important that you are healthy and well in order to adequately ensure that others are healthy and well. The love needs to be shared! So, here are a few ways to strike the right balance between caring for others and looking out for yourself too.
Without your health, you have little to work with, so it is hugely important to take care of your body as best as you can. The truth is that many people struggle with adequately taking care of their health, and it shows in their daily lives. If you are keen to bring more focus on your health into your life, then you might need to make some changes to how you approach such matters. Fortunately, it is still relatively simple to make these changes, and it only takes very little to actually bring about the kinds of changes you want. In this post, we are going to look at some of the simplest ways to prioritise your health in your everyday life.
Stress can often seem unavoidable, but it’s important to remove yourself from tense environments as much as possible. Sadly, all that worry, frustration, and tension can lead to various health problems. Here are six health consequences you can experience due to stress.
When we think of career skills, we often think of the qualifications and the specific job skills we’ve learned that make up the core of the work we do. Or we might think of the soft skills that make us a great member of any team, such as time management or good communication skills. But if there’s one set of skills that need to be focused on, it’s the skills that get you the job in the first place. Here, we’re going to look at just why one skill, in particular, has become much more important as of late: the skill of self-promotion.
It can be something that consumes our entire outlook on life if we let it, and it’s not particularly difficult to let it color our outlook on everything with a negative hue. Working in a career you don’t like is something that, surprisingly, a lot of people just put up with now. The age-old adage of hard work paying off appears to be for less purpose now than it ever used to be. And while competition for jobs is more rife now, especially the more desired roles, a lot of us feel inclined to stay in a safe job, with the regular paycheck that we get every month and live a life of complete mundanity. But is that all there is? Or can you make the most out of where you are? Of course you can! And here is how.