Why Telling People I’m a Hairdresser Makes Me Feel Inadequate


Here’s something you might not know about me; I’m a university dropout. That’s right, after one term in higher education, I threw in the towel to become a Hairdresser. Was it too difficult? No. Could I have stuck it out? Yes. Did I want to? Absolutely not. The truth is, university held me back. I […]

April 4, 2019

How and Why You can Make any Business Work for You


*This post was written in collaboration with One Click Group.   How many times have you sat back to evaluate your life and wondered about working for yourself? Maybe not full-time and maybe not in something you currently have the qualifications for, but how many times have you dreamt of making your mark on the […]

September 25, 2018

Self-Employment. Why Having a Boss Just isn’t for Me


*This post was written in collaboration with Rainbow International Franchise.    When I was at school, I didn’t really have much of an idea about what I wanted to be. All I knew was that whatever I became, I wanted to do it for myself. My ultimate goal was to become self-employed. I used to […]

August 17, 2018

Freelance Writing – The Low Down


Freelance writing is a great way to earn a living from home. It often means that you can work flexible hours, this is especially convenient if you have children at home. I decided that I wanted to become a freelance writer and blogger soon after my eldest daughter was born. I left my old job […]

August 10, 2017

How to Maintain Drive and Ambition when you’re Self-Employed

Blogging, Work

Self-employment is the dream of many. You get to work when you want, stay in bed until brunch and still earn enough money to keep you and yours in the lifestyle you’ve become accustomed to, right? Wrong! To become a success in the self-employment game you need drive and ambition by the bucket load. There’s […]

July 6, 2017