Over the last eighteen months, we’ve all had to get used to a new way of life. Working from home has been a great change for many of us, but for others it’s meant working longer days and feeling drained from the extra workload and lack of social interaction. When we feel drained in the evenings after being sat in front of a screen all day, it can be difficult to find the motivation to get active and burn off some calories. The result is many of us feeling even more lethargic and seeing those extra pounds creep on.
Technology today has made it more possible for women at home with their children to also run successful online businesses. With the help of the internet, many stay-at-home mums start their businesses selling products, joining affiliate marketing, or even selling services from their acquired skills.
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Whilst working from home with four children here is a challenge, there are currently no school runs and no club runs, so there is much less running around than a normal week. This means lounge wear is perfectly reasonable!
Parents working from home, school from home and big events suspended. PE in my living room, supermarket trips only, and no seeing my friends. Will this go on forever?
For years now, like lots of mums I’ve juggled working from home alongside caring for the children. I’ve not had a designated work space, and part of the reason for that is that there wasn’t much point before, as I wasn’t in one place long enough.
New research among more than 2,000 UK adults – all in full-time or part-time work – commissioned by KnowYourMoney.co.uk has uncovered the importance of flexible working practices to employees today.
Online selling used to be the domain of eBay and Amazon, but today, eCommerce has become a viable source of income for everyone. Global brands and small businesses operating from home tout their wares side-by-side in the digital marketplace.