Marketing Strategies Every Senior Entrepreneur Should Know

Image Source: Pexels Guest post written by Virginia Cooper of Learn a Living. Marketing is a multifunctional activity that involves creating brand awareness, developing a customer base, acquiring and retaining customers, and much more. While having a good product creates a strong foundation, in order to achieve your sales goals, effective marketing strategies are required. ThisContinue reading “Marketing Strategies Every Senior Entrepreneur Should Know”

Home Tidiness Habits to Help You Beat Clutter

A neat and tidy home isn’t just a nice place to have friends visit; it’s a healthy home, too. Men’s Health notes that the link between clutter and stress is something researchers are increasingly talking about. If your counters are overflowing and your home looks shabby, it could be having an adverse impact on yourContinue reading “Home Tidiness Habits to Help You Beat Clutter”

Easy Tips on How to Regain Self-Confidence After the Pandemic

This article is brought to you by Virginia Cooper of Learn a Living. Almost all of us had no warning or time to prepare mentally for the pandemic—particularly for the lockdowns that ensued. This made us frantic and confused, leading to a state of chronic stress for many; it also severely impacted our confidence. Below, weContinue reading “Easy Tips on How to Regain Self-Confidence After the Pandemic”

Stay-at-Home Business Ideas for Stay-at-Home Parents

Guest post written by Virginia Cooper of Learn a Living. Starting a small business doesn’t have to wait if you’re a stay-at-home parent. In fact, there are many opportunities just waiting for you to take advantage of them! There are plenty of great business ideas that you can run from the comfort of your ownContinue reading “Stay-at-Home Business Ideas for Stay-at-Home Parents”

Around the World in 50 Books

Even though I love to travel, the reality is, with kids (and the never-ending saga that is covid), travelling is not so easy at the moment. Yes, we have managed a few places this year, but I haven’t travelled half as much as I would’ve liked to. That being said, I HAVE travelled a lotContinue reading “Around the World in 50 Books”

Building Your Business: A Guide to Hiring Freelancers for Marketing

Guest post written by Poppy Williams of TechBizGuide. As a business owner, you know marketing takes time and money. Without a marketing plan, potential customers will not know to buy your products or services. Even with a marketing plan in place, entrepreneurs need to understand how to execute it effectively. While some businesses can affordContinue reading “Building Your Business: A Guide to Hiring Freelancers for Marketing”

8 Essential Steps to Becoming a Digital Nomad

Image via Pexels Guest post written by Lance Cody-Valdez of Free Lance Now. Among many other things, the pandemic has changed the way many of us work. More accurately, it’s changed where we work. Telecommuting has become the norm for millions all over the world; some have been eager to get back to the office,Continue reading “8 Essential Steps to Becoming a Digital Nomad”

Top 4 Ways to Read Books on a Budget

It’s hard to believe it’s almost March. They say time flies when you’re having fun, and even though most things have been closed this year, time really has flow. It just goes to show that you can have fun, even when life is stripped down to the essentials. In light of the fact that mostContinue reading “Top 4 Ways to Read Books on a Budget”

My Top 5 Books of 2020

What a year 2020 has been! This is the first year in my entire life where I’ve pretty much picked up reading as a full-time hobby. I’ve always been an avid reader but this is the first year I’ve read this many books (just hit 40 and I’m still going strong – lockdown definitely helped…).Continue reading “My Top 5 Books of 2020”

A Day in the Life of a Real Estate Agent in Cyprus

A guest post from a close friend of mine and real estate agent in Limassol. Some people think being a real estate agent in Cyprus is easy. You simply take some photos from your phone, answer a few phone calls, go to some viewings, and then get the deposit and the client to sign onContinue reading “A Day in the Life of a Real Estate Agent in Cyprus”