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What does your Online Headshot say about you?

Posted: 19th February 2019

By: Sandra Garlick

Social Media is a powerful and successful tool to enhance your networking. I have gained new clients, made new contacts and used the platforms such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and…

Top Tips for Entering Awards

Posted: 11th February 2019

By: Sandra Garlick

Awards are a great way to raise your profile and power up your personal brand. Be brave, be bold and shout about your successes. These 10 top tips may help…

How many times have you cried out in despair: “There simply aren’t enough hours in the day!”?

Posted: 4th February 2019

By: Pippa Shaw

I own a personal assistant company with a difference – Pink Spaghetti Norwich.  I offer my time and experience to local small business owners, consultants, freelancers and home owners. Basically,…

Top 10 Tips for Calmness at Christmas

Posted: 20th November 2018

By: Romella Jones

Top 10 Tips to Support your Energy at this Festive Time of Year Another blist (blog/list! – is this a thing?!) this time looking at how you can support your…

5 top tips to avoid killing your customers and your business

Posted: 3rd July 2018

By: Louise Roberts

Getting food safety wrong can kill your customers and your business. Here are 5 ways to avoid killing your customers and your business as a food business owner. Make sure…

Top Tips – How to write a design brief

Posted: 6th February 2018

By: Elizabeth Parbutt

It’s definitely the time of year when many of my clients start thinking about having a spring-clean on their branding/marketing materials. Before you dive in and start speaking to designers,…

5 Signs your elderly parents are struggling to cope

Posted: 29th January 2018

By: June Stephenson

Winter can be a cold and dull place for many older people. Even we can find it hard to make and stick to new resolutions, even though we know we’d…

How to prepare your dyslexic child for secondary school

Posted: 23rd January 2018

By: Susan Hall

It’s that time of year, secondary school places are being allocated. Moving to secondary school is an exciting transition for many, however if your child has dyslexia, you may be…

What to Consider When Choosing a Secondary School For a Child With Dyslexia

Posted: 23rd January 2018

By: Susan Hall

Deciding which secondary school you would like your child to attend can be a big decision, particularly if your child has dyslexia. If your child has a SpLD, you will…

Keep on track in 2018

Posted: 15th January 2018

By: Julia Butler

January, the month when resolutions bite the dust…!   Here are some ideas for keeping on track. By Julia Butler It is that time of year again when we look to…