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[ 24 Apr 2018 | No Comment ]

Dr Maite Ferrin, is renowned internationally for her work in treating children and young people. Below she shares her tips on how to help protect children online:
Top Tips to Keep Children Safe Online:

Talk it Over

Parents need to have open conversations with their children about safe internet use, constantly educating them about the dangers of misuse. Children need to feel comfortable speaking to parents about their online and offline experiences, rather than feeling like they have to hide.

Ensure Safety

Parents need to be aware of the risks that the internet poses on …

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[ 1 Mar 2017 | No Comment ]

If you have a passion for baking, and would like to turn this into a business- or already run a successful cake business, Mums Bake Cakes can offer an additional outlet . Customers input their postcode of where they would like a beautiful homemade cake delivered, and all bakers in that local area are shown- and the customer buys through the site with the order passed to the baker to bake and deliver by hand. All the bakers are fully registered and insured (Mums Bake Cakes helps people through this …

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[ 9 May 2016 | No Comment ]
Top tips on how you can get the most out of your day #smarterfasterbetter

Watch our video with productivity guru Charles Duhigg to learn how a few simple steps can transform your day…and your life!
We all know that feeling of getting to the end of the day and feeling like we’ve achieved nothing. And when you’ve got 101 things on your to do list both in your personal life and at work, it’s understandable that things may get away from us.
But we also know those women who seem to be able to achieve so much in just 24 hours, from running a business to …

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[ 19 Sep 2015 | No Comment ]

Think of a virtual assistant – what do you see?  One of the most common stereotypes of a VA is a stay at home mum earning pin money by working in the evenings and juggling childcare.  This image has dogged the industry for many years, and it’s a stereotype that VAs find hard to shake.
Back in 2010, the VA industry’s body www.societyofvirtualassistants.co.uk first asked their members whether this was true – did they have young children and if so, did they have childcare in place?  Strangely, this myth got shattered… …

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[ 16 Sep 2015 | No Comment ]
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It’s hard to tell what’s been scarier this last decade and a bit: the speed at which technology has evolved, or how easily and quickly each new development has become an essential part of our lives.
Behind so many major innovations since the turn of the century has been the Internet, connecting everything and everyone. Then came broadband and wireless applications, and the pace of change snowballed. From services such as DAB radio to fridges that can add items to your next shopping order and innovation that improves our safety – …

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[ 19 Feb 2013 | No Comment ]

If you are planning to start your business online, here are 10 essentials to get you going.
1. Webhosting
You will need webhosting, which is some ‘virtual space’ foryour website. You may get space included with your email account, but will probably need to switch to paid hosting if you are serious about your business. A growing website will quickly use up any free space. Free hosting also often comes with advertisements, which can make your site look less professional.
2. Legal requirements
There are certain requirements you must meet when selling over …

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[ 11 Feb 2013 | No Comment ]

Everyone has heard of eBay, most people have bought something through the online auction site, but have you sold anything yet? It is simple to sell items, and many people just sell unwanted possessions. There are other online auction sites which work in similar ways to eBay with small variations, but eBay is by far the most popular and successful. This article concentrates on getting started selling through eBay.
1. Auctioning on eBay
First of all, what are you going to sell? You may want to trawl car boots and charity shops …

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[ 6 Jun 2011 | One Comment ]
Kitchen Table Business Idea: Become a mum blogger

More and more mums are turning to blogging, and many are making money from it too. If you’d like to become a mum blogger, get products to review and receive payments for sponsored posts, read on:
Many mums start to blog about something they have a passion for, and for many that is parenthood. You might want to write about your daily life, or you might focus on a particular interest such as baking, making, photography . There are no limits as to the topics you can cover: it is up …

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[ 8 May 2011 | No Comment ]
Win Lifetime Membership

I’ve been a bit absent round here as I’ve been very busy creating a new eCourse and membership site called ACE Online Business.
If you have a business already or have a strong idea for a niche website you’re ready to move on then ACE Online Business course may be exactly what you need.

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[ 22 Mar 2011 | No Comment ]
Could you say ‘Yes!’ to all your children’s demands?

Children’s self-esteem and ego are fluid and fragile things. They soar one minute and deflate like a popped balloon the next. A cruel word from a friend, an abrupt dismissal by a tired teacher, an angry word from a busy parent all can affect a child’s self-esteem.  Children’s author, Claire Carpenter, threw herself into the realm of free parenting for 24 hours, saying ‘Yes You Can’ to her two children.