This month, my theme has been writing about yourself in your business – and I ran a mini-challenge in my group, the Content Cracked Community, to get you feeling more comfortable with it. It’s so important for connecting with new customers who are looking...
This week was a milestone – my firstborn, my little baby boy, got an invitation to his first teenage birthday party: set to be held in the function room of a pub on a Friday night! I feel it’s the start of a slippery slope…also characterised by the Tween Halloween...
December comes in many forms, depending on the business you’re in. It could be your craziest time, or it could be your quietest – or you could be gearing up to a major rush in January. But if you are managing to take some time off, your content doesn’t need to...
Our boy made the leap from primary last year, and spent a lot of the summer holidays worrying about what was in store. Here’s his advice for Year 6s moving up to secondary – which we hope will help them to stress less and relax more these holidays. Moving...
On Easter Monday, we took our younglings to the Star Wars Celebration at the ExCel in London. Our first time at a convention of any kind, we left on a high that we really hadn’t expected – especially as three of us are not the dedicated Star Wars fans that our...
It’s been a while since I did one of these. It’s always rather fun to see what a typical working week looks like for someone else – and I always recommend it as a post to my Blog Challenge delegates! – so I’m opening the door Chez RLC,...
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