Making the choice between having a fully-fledged career and being a stay-at-home mum is one that a lot of women have to make. While some look for a life that allows for a career outside the home along with being a mother, more and more women are now opting to become stay-at-home mums. An important reason for this is a desire to be involved in their child’s development and formative years.
A 2015 survey report stated that 78% of adults made use of the internet almost every day. The use of the internet has increased over time and has changed the way work at home professionals communicate. With email being the most preferred method of communication, it’s important that your message comes across clearly and professionally.
Caregiving responsibilities, by themselves, are almost like full-time work as they take up a large portion of a caregivers’ time and energies. With seven million carers in the UK, the statistics suggest that one in ten people and one in eight workers is a carer and the numbers are only expected to rise. By 2030, there will be more than 10 million carers in the UK.
The start of a working week after a relaxing weekend can be tough. The drudgery of Monday affects everyone – whether you are working in a traditional office set-up or a work-at-home professional. Mondays can be overwhelming and they are rarely seen as a new start to a new week.