Inspiration

In praise of our guest bloggers

In praise of our guest bloggers

We love our guest bloggers here at Work from Home Wisdom. Today we say thank you to all of you who share your thoughts, experiences and photos with our readers. In addition to my own ramblings we publish two kinds of content on the blog, guest posts and sponsored posts. Guest posts are those written […]

Our top tips for home workers

Our top tips for home workers

Often the most popular posts on the blog and social media are those in which home business owners offer their personal tips for home workers. Those bits of insider knowledge only acquired by getting out there and doing it. And often by making mistakes and vowing never to repeat them! The guest posts I’m highlighting […]

How to change direction – and love it

How to change direction – and love it

Starting to feel fed-up? Then change direction! Liz Proctor is discovering how to get more enjoyment both from her business and her life. In her guest post she explains how you can too. I never meant to start a business. But somehow, between being desperate to be at home with the baby boy and equally […]

Food

Treat Time: a food blogger’s Cornish treats

Treat Time: a food blogger’s Cornish treats

Thursday Treat Time is back! As always, for a double treat I’m linking with blogger Penny Golightly, who suggests we cut out any guilt we might feel about treats. You can see why she’s my kind of girl! More details at the bottom of the post if you like the sound of guilt-free indulgence! And […]

Food for energy

Food for energy

Choosing food for energy and alertness all day In the latest of our occasional series on snacks for home workers, coach Susan Tomlinson told me about planning and eating food for energy throughout the day. Hi Susan, people seem to divide into those who can’t stand the thought of breakfast and those who regard it […]

Healthy eating for home workers

Healthy eating for home workers

Do you snack on coffee and sweet things? Keep meaning to do better? Sweet things can actually be good for you… I met Saskia Fraser at one of Corrina Gordon-Barnes’ You Inspire Me community meet-ups, and you may have seen her guest post on healthy eating for more energy in business. But the proof is […]

Latest Posts

Tips for editing your own work

Tips for editing your own work

Are you afraid your writing might let you and your business down? In today’s guest post home working editor Suzanna Henry shares some insider tips for editing your own work. They will help you to get started, make sure your work is error-free, and maybe even find a publisher: These tips apply to daily communications […]

5 things I can’t work without – the VA

5 things I can’t work without – the VA

Today we start a new series of guest posts about the things different home workers just can’t work without. First to reveal her must-haves for home working is VA Rebecca Harvey: As a Virtual Assistant I need to be efficient and of course organised (my business name says that I am after all!) I need […]

Auto enrolment clock counts down to small businesses

Auto enrolment clock counts down to small businesses

Does your home business have employees? You probably already know that the rules on pension provision for employees have changed. Today’s sponsored post by accountants Baker Tilly looks at the roll-out of auto enrolment pensions to smaller companies: It’s something that the vast majority of companies have been able to ignore so far. But now […]

Starting a Jelly group

Starting a Jelly group

Website creator Sharon Jackson set up a Jelly group – despite being an introvert! Sharon enjoys her own company and is very happy working from home. But she also wants to help other home workers and people who are tentatively starting out in business. Here she describes how she set up Sand & Castle Jelly […]

How do you feel when someone unsubscribes?

How do you feel when someone unsubscribes?

When you’re working hard to build a following every subscriber is precious, and losing even one is disappointing. If you get several unsubscribes at once it can be really demoralising. It’s hard to break away from the gut feeling that bigger numbers must be better for business. So I hope it cheers you up to […]