We are more interested than ever in learning how to set up a home office for maximum comfort and efficiency. The ability to work remotely has become increasingly popular, and with many interim work from home positions becoming permanent, it is critical to ensure that the space that you have to work in is conducive to your needs. I love working from home, I feel more focussed with my tasks and I am happy in my own environment.
Do you know what can make a person feel happy about themselves? Many things can do this. For example, being kind to others or doing something nice for someone else can help bring a smile to your face. One of the most popular ways people try to cheer themselves up is by watching funny videos on YouTube.
Every business owner knows that their company should be a presence on social media. However, it’s not as if merely having a page is going to do all that much for your business. In order for your channels to have a positive impact on your bottom line, you’ll need to build a list of followers who actively engage with your page. And that, of course, is more difficult than simply creating the page. Many businesses struggle with this side of social media because their posts are simply not engaging enough. While you’d like to think that your followers will be inherently interested in the inner workings of your company, that’s unlikely to be the case, not always, at least.
There is no denying how essential home improvement is to homeowners worldwide, especially in the UK. According to Powered Now research, five million Brits redecorated various rooms in their homes during the pandemic lockdowns. For many homeowners, bedrooms are often the last space that comes to mind when redesigning rooms. However, improving your bedroom is worth the investment to enjoy a more comfortable and relaxing space. If you want to learn more concerning sprucing up your bedroom, please consider these points. These are some fab ways to Spruce up your bedroom.
Moving cross country is absolute hell. I’ve done it more times than I care to admit, and it really never gets easier. I think I have lived in 5 houses since I have been married, one move was a 90 minute drive and it was quite stressful. Especially when you have to move pets that far. I wish I had used a moving company! However, with a little preparation and elbow grease, the whole thing can be smooth as silk, and I’ve compiled a list of all the bits and bobs you need to think about before embarking on this grand (traumatic) adventure.
I do love stationery, there is no denying it and when Ryman reached out to send Isla the Magic & Sparkle Bundle set we jumped at the chance. Ryman have a wide range of products that you can easily grab on the high street, all shapes and sizes and they are also currently offering a 10 for £10 range too. Perfect for stocking up the back packs ready for back to school.
One of the many surprises over the past few years is how good my Grandma is with technology. She uses an iPad to text the kiddies and they send her GIFs, filter faces on FaceTime and have lots of fun chatting to each other. My Grandma is 88 and happily keeps in touch with loved ones using her iPad. It has been invaluable over Lockdown. I wonder if Grandma could take that next step and become one of these Granfluencers…
Losing someone close to you can be extremely difficult; this hit me hardest when my late Grandad passed away 8 years ago. It is hard to put into words how it feels, not to be able to get reassurance from them any more or confirmation that they are OK. One way that helped me to deal with his loss is to think about him frequently and it helped that I had something physical to see, it really helped me. So, I thought I would put this post together of wonderful ideas, from Age UK, on creating special ways to celebrate the life of your loved ones.