Settle down with a cup of coffee or mug of tea to do some serious personal development work. Here’s a quick round-up of the most popular posts in the first quarter of 2017 highlighting some of your favourite articles.
Since I compiled this list of agencies who specialise in part-time or flexible working, this continues to be my popular post month in, month out.
Taking care of your wellness is one of the foundations in The Confident Mother philosophy. I believe it’s really important to get outside and enjoy nature. This Silent Sunday post showcases the beauty of Knole Park in the Autumn.
This post talks about the moment I realised that self-harm was not healthy. I was on the brink of burnout and I took a drastic decision to turn my life around. Would I still be here if I hadn’t quit?
In this podcast interview, Ashley shares her journey of rediscovering her sense of self and her confidence after a career break.
This is a self-indulgent rant about what really annoys me about ambitious women who are incredibly talented yet undersell themselves, don’t go for promotion, hold back in meetings or don’t apply for the job that looks perfect on paper “Yes but I don’t have any experience in xyz”.
When you are a mum, whether you have a career, run a business or you work in the home, THE most important person that you need to look after is YOU. Some women just don’t get it. But it’s true. You need to look after No 1 first. At work AND at home.
In this post I explore the 7 simple concepts for the ultimate work-life balance. From mindset to support, responsibility to presence. Get these 7 concepts right and you will discover how you too can confidently balance work and life.
First written two years ago, however if you are on a career break and plan to return to work in the near or medium future, you really do need to be on LinkedIn. 92% of companies use social media for recruitment and LinkedIn very much leads the way (93% of companies), ahead of Facebook (66%) and Twitter (54%).
This simple checklist shares 5 simple steps to help you get clear on the health of your work-life balance is and what aspect(s) you need to focus on first.
Susan Heaton Wright is an expert in helping women like you get heard in meetings, presentations or public speaking. In this interview, she shares her top tips to speak up confidently in meetings without being pushy.
Which of these was your favourite? I’d love to know so that I continue to write stuff that works for you.
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