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Home working tips for March

Home working tips, MarchWe have a spring bouquet of home working tips for you today!

Our monthly bulletin has gone out this morning

to help you get the best from living and working in the same place.

Kerry Law has written some excellent guest blogs for us about PR for home businesses. She has now created A DIY Guide to PR for Makers, Crafters and Independent Retailers, an ebook full of do-able suggestions on getting some free media attention. And there’s a special 20% discount for WfHW readers until the end of April, so get your copy now.

Many of our readers are parents, balancing a busy work life with family commitments. Sarah Cruickshank’s son is now a teenager needing less of her time and input so she can talk with authority on all the stages of juggling work and family from babyhood onwards.

Our reviews of products and services frequently used by home workers are a popular part of the site. Two of our reviewers have completed reviews of Gadgeo phone cases. They gave high marks for both delivery and quality of the product.

I recommend Twitter as a way of finding the very latest information and connecting with interesting people, but like any social media platform, it’s sometimes used in questionable ways. I shared a few of my pet hates and asked readers for their advice on good Twitter etiquette.

Following the publication of my article about pets in The Guardian last week, there was a flurry of tweets about furry companions. I was introduced to a home working hedgehog, plus some dogs that have been adopted from animal charities. They are often known as rescue dogs, but it’s hard to tell from your tweets which party is doing the rescuing!

I’m thinking of starting a new gallery of photos of pets – please let us know if you like that idea and would be happy to contribute. And if you’d like to get our monthly home working tips direct to your inbox, you can sign up in the box at the top of the sidebar.

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