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WiRE Members share their top tips and tricks

Coping with unexpected boulders

Posted: 9th August 2019

By: Tracey Nixon

Coping with unexpected boulders Sometimes, boulders can help you focus, regroup and rediscover what is important to you.  But, they can also cause stress, anxiety and depression, if not managed…

Top Tips on What To Avoid When making a Will

Posted: 24th July 2019

By: Joanna Parkin

Some handy information as published by The Law Society.   https://law-society.tumblr.com/image/180621897273

Accountability and Responsibility

Posted: 17th June 2019

By: Tracey Nixon

Accountability and Responsibility This morning I had a mentoring and accountability session with a female business buddy, who has become a great friend over the years. The session got me thinking about…

What is your Aroma Therapy

Posted: 17th June 2019

By: Tracey Nixon

“Aromatherapy”, although considered to be a complementary therapy, using essential oils in massage, let us consider the words “Aroma” and “Therapy”. When I teach workshops, where essential oils are incorporated, I ask…

Can Arts and Crafts make us happy?

Posted: 15th May 2019

By: Kate Dewmartin

by Kate Dewmartin, CraftCourses.com Founder In learning creative skills, making beautiful and useful things, we relax, we enjoy the sensations of colour and texture – and we get enormous satisfaction…

Five Steps For Better Connections

Posted: 13th May 2019

By: Gayle Hudson

5 steps for better connections It’s been four months now since I set up my coaching and consultancy business. Having been in ‘safe’ employment for the past 28 years, it…

Work/Life Harmony – Making it Happen – All year and staycations

Posted: 10th May 2019

By: Julie Hawkins

As I was walking my dog in the woods this morning, protecting her from a bird of prey and taking in the beauty of the autumn leaves (I know it’s…

Take a Break and Boost Your Business

Posted: 8th May 2019

By: Sandra Garlick

Quite often we are so engrossed working ‘in‘ and ‘on‘ our business that we forget about ourselves. Whether you work alone or with others, you still need to take time…

Grief – the loss of a loved one

Posted: 23rd April 2019

By: Tracey Nixon

Grief and Loss Of all the trials we face in life, the loss of a loved one may be one of the hardest to endure, much less overcome. During these…

Supporting Your Dyslexic Teenager Through Exams

Posted: 8th April 2019

By: Susan Hall

Are revision and exams causing YOU, the parent of a dyslexic child, sleepless nights? Do you have a dis-organised teenager, with notes everywhere, no revision plan, minimal evidence of revision…