Small Business Books Round-up

At the beginning of 2018 I decided as part of my self-care, wellness and business development to start reading more.  Using the hour I sit at the gym whilst Olive has gymnastics I now spend reading rather than scrolling through my phone kidding myself I’m *working*. I’d forgotten how much I enjoy reading and absorbing information.  I have been sent and bought a lot of books this year so here is a run down on a few small business ones. How to Prevent Burnout by Susan Scott : This book is not a pick up and put down kind of read,…

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Looking Dapper With Dobell (Review)

One of the things I love most about Daddy Moo is his confidence in being himself. He never worries about what people thinks whereas I’m constantly concerned about how other perceive me and do you know what that’s exhausting.   You know when you get invited to a wedding and you think I’ve ages to sort that out and then all of a sudden it’s upon you, yup well that happened to us. As a gardener his wardrobe collection is a bit sparse in the nice suit department, except a black funeral suit which sadly has been worn far too many…

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Four ways a home office printer can help your business

The Centre for Entrepreneurs think tank found that 589,008 new businesses were formed in the UK last year. Out of these, 412, 305 were started from home. The start of a new business can be a precarious financial balancing act which is why most young businesses who don’t employ staff tend to operate from home until they have a bigger budget to expand, take on employees and rent an office space. Even businesses who don’t use offices to deliver their product or service need space to do administrative work, however minimal. Due to the lack of work-space at home, not…

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