Posts tagged with ‘work’

  • Real Life: Back in Business

    By A Modern Military Mother on May 24, 2016
    The life of a freelancer is peaks and troughs and despite living in The Shire for around 5 years it has taken me a long time to find my footing amongst the local business community. I think partly because I have been trying to transition into becoming a more established journalist and partly, because it’s taken me a while to […]
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  • Real Life: PA to my Children – Is it time to get a job?

    By on October 14, 2014
    The last few years have been a rollercoaster, which I hope is finally running straight. The Grenade is now attending my old school, which was once a comprehensive but is now an academy. How things have changed since I attended school. It’s like learning a whole new language. I still have to say to myself that he is a ‘first year’ […]
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  • Coffee is the New Business Currency in the UK

    By on July 17, 2014
    It’s the Small Perks that Make a Happy Workforce At a time when employees are working longer hours and feeling more stressed, new research shows just how much small perks play an important role in improving the daily work life of employees. Nearly nine in 10 (87%) UK workers state that small perks in the office (such as high quality coffee, […]
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  • Sisters Are Doing It For Ourselves

    By on January 18, 2012
    If you want something done do it yourself, and if you are married to the military, then it’s most likely there is no other bugger around to do it anyway. Heledd Kendrick was put in touch with me by the military wives that launched the website Follow The Flag, an online directory for the self employed military spouse. Being married […]
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