As exciting as it can be to move away from everything and everyone you know to start a new life, it is also pretty scary. When we are making our first tentative waves in the entrepreneurial world we’ve got a lot of external and internal demons to contend with.
2020 was the year that many of us started to spend more time at home. Our homes became the places that we slept, ate, relaxed, shopped, and worked. With this change in patterns of working due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses have started to come up with ways
Not so long ago, working from home was a rarity, with very few companies considering a remote team a viable option. Fast forward to 2020, and remote working has become part of the ‘new normal.’ Companies were forced to mobilize remote working in a short space of time, and
Many people are running their business from home for the first time right now, and the transition can be difficult. It’s a lot easier to stay focused when you are in an office environment that is set up for productive work, but many people find that they struggle to
So the new thing is, everyone has to work from home. The current situation demands that we all continue working from home, if at all possible. We can’t go into our offices, we can’t use the services we enjoy in high-rise commercial buildings and we have to stand up
Many people are having to work from home at the moment due to COVID-19, and are having a hard time doing so. For those who have never had to work from home, getting into the swing of things can be incredibly difficult, and can leave you feeling like a
Right now, more and more people are looking for ways to earn money from home. Now, earning an income without having to leave the house is desirable at any time. You can cut out the commute. You can wear what you like. You can take breaks as and when
If you are not aware of that small online bookstore that grew up to become a retailing giant, you must have been living under a rock for a while. It’s one of the key players we would mention when talking about the demise of traditional brick-and-mortar stores. Of course,