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It’s not about the route you take, but the talents you have

One of the most difficult decisions I’ve ever had to make was what to do when I left sixth form. I was just 17 and under a lot of pressure to go to university.

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Workstyles around the world

For most people, remote or flexible working means working from their home office, kitchen table, or in the local cafe. For me, …

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Lessons from the sub-continent

It was Sunday, 5.30am, and the golden sun was rising. On top of a small mountain, sitting in the shadow of a shrine and surrounded …

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“But wait, there’s just one more thing I have to tell you…”

This was frequently my line when I first started working from home, following my weary husband about the house unloading every …

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PA, Potter and Parent

On a Monday I’m a Virtual PA working from home, shifting diaries, booking restaurants, firing off a thousand emails and making the …

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Pyjamas Optional...

It’s 11am, the second load of washing is in, you’re still in your PJs and the near deafening cries of Jeremy Kyle guests are …

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Entrepreneurship + Motherhood = A Winning Combination

When I co-founded my first business at 26, I did so for three reasons; firstly I had an itch I wanted to scratch in that I felt …

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