Review: Project Love Journal

BritMums’ Mums in Business writer Joanne Dewberry shares her thoughts on a new journal from Project Love. The BritMums reviewer was provided the product free to test and review. All opinions are the reviewer’s own. Since I started my small business back in 2008 I’ve kept a planner diary to organise both my work and…

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Mums in Business: Wellbeing & self care for the self-employed

Ola! So I’ve had a small sabbatical from my Mums in Business Round-up whilst I’ve been dealing with mental overwhelm. For a while now things just haven’t been feeling right and I literally couldn’t put my finger on it. But once I STOPPED, read a book, took a deep breath, binge watched a lot of…

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Mums in Business Round-up: Outsourcing

Running a small business involves wearing a multitude of hats. Yes that’s right hats.  One minute I’m an accountant, the next minute a social media manager, manufacturer and then photographer, AND that’s just within MY own business! To ensure our business runs smoothly it’s sometimes prudent to outsource certain tasks to other individuals to let…

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Mums in Business: Instagram for business

Ahhh social media love it or hate it, it has quickly become a large factor in our everyday lives. I like to think of Instagram as the sister I never had, one day we are lovingly painting each others nails and it’s all bliss the next day it’s pistols at dawn.  I really never seem…

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Mums in Business Round-up: Bootstrapping your small business

Bootstrapping is an excellent way to start up a small business on the smallest budget.  What exactly is bootstrapping?   It’s one of those buzz words that sounds like something else but in a nut shell, bootstrapping is when you start up a business with little or no investment. Do you know what? Bootstrapping it’s…

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Mums in Business Round-up: Free resources for small businesses

Many people put off starting up a small business because they worry about costs. It doesn’t have to be an expensive experience you’d be surprised by the sheer amount of resources available out there and many for free.  Skills Trade : Do you have a tradable skill that you can offer someone in return for something…

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