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  1. Running a business as a solo entrepreneur and out of your own home can be stressful and challenging at times. And many wonder how they can meet with and impress clients when they’re operating their business from their spare room. However, there are ways to impress those prospective clients and maximise the advantages you have at your disposal. Read on to find out more about doing that.

    How to impress clients as a solo business owner

  2. Moving house can be an expensive business. If you’re selling a property and buying a new one, there are estate agent fees, solicitor’s fees, removal van hire to pay and possibly other costs such as stamp duty land tax, pet and childcare fees… the list may seem endless. 

    So, how can you save money when moving house? Is there any way you can cut costs and still get the services you need when you need them? The answer is yes, it is possible to sell up and move house on a budget. Check out our top money-saving tips to keep your spending on track.

    How to save money when moving house


  3. Running a home business requires dedication and patience. Living in the moment while maintaining organisational skills can be tough, but there are some ways to make it easier. Managing disruptions like family emergencies, supplies running out, power outages or kids at home can be challenging, but it is possible with some simple strategies.

    disruptions work from home

  4. Investing in a property and renting it out can be a great way to make extra income.  It can be a brilliant investment for your future, or even a way to maintain a sustainable income for yourself now, or indeed both.  As a first time landlord, there is a lot to learn and think about such as the law around lettings and financial considerations.  But what about the mistakes you should avoid as a landlord?  Read on to learn some of the things you shouldn't skip when letting out a property.

    5 mistakes to avoid as a landlord

  5. Relationships aren't always easy, and couples often go through rough patches. Difficult times in a relationship can be caused by anything from a minor disagreement about money that begins to snowball, to more significant life decisions such as having children or wrongdoings like infidelity. Whatever the cause, if you're interested in saving your relationship, you might want to consider seeing a relationship counsellor to help settle any differences you have with your partner - but how do you know when it’s the right time? This article will delve into seven signs that you and your partner should look into relationship counselling.

    7 signs you need relationship counselling