If you’re a sole trader or similar, working from home is an easy, nothing new experience but for others, especially parents, there’s nothing easy about working “remotely”. Here’s how to work well – and keep your mental health intact – in your in-house office.
COVID-19 has forced many people to become tech whizzes and never more so than when it comes to video conferencing calls. Whether it’s for get togethers with family and friends or for professional business meetings, Skype, Zoom, Google Hangouts and more are now the bee’s knees for adults and kids alike.
The beginning of the year has been a busy one with clients looking for my mood board services. I’ve just completed a new board, for a 3 year old girl who is moving into her big girl bed. I’ve loved the tween boards I completed last year, but I think this is my favourite so far!
You’re a single lady and you’re content not have a ring on your finger. Not so when it comes to buying property on your own though – you may prefer the emotional and financial back-up of a spouse. Married women may have this back-up but they’ll also need a larger house both she and her partner agree on. They have current or future children to consider as well. In comparison, single ladies responsible only for themselves can go wild when buying – to an extent.
You’re stressed and concerned about buying or selling your property and now you’ve bumped head to head into a load of odd terms and phrases. Read on to avoid a muddy puddle of real estate confusion.
On the back of an incredibly difficult week for Victoria, with the Andrews’ government announcing COVID-19 restrictions will continue according to its new road map, the virus-stricken state is today coming to grips with six more months of lockdown.
It takes a village to raise a child – and here’s hoping your new village will offer these key places so your child can play, learn, shop and more with ease.
Hands up if you want to beat COVID-19? With stage 4 restrictions now extended for another six months, struggling Melburnians definitely do and one of the best ways to do this is with your attitude. Crawling under a rock and staying there is perfectly understandable. But don’t let this virus have the last word!
Even when COVID-19 wasn’t the be all and end all of our lives, home offices were a necessary feature for freelancers and self-employed businesses. Now, more than ever, these rooms are crucial. Yet while offering great freedom to work – and wear – just how you like it, without battling hours of trains and traffic, the ideal combination of comfort and productivity can be difficult to create.
Now that the warmer weather is finally here, the fireplace can look hot and bring unnecessary warmth to a room. Instead of trying to hide it, why not embrace some decorating ideas to cool it down. There are some great ideas on how to use your fireplace in Spring to unsure that your living areas reflect the time of year we are in.