It feels like way too long since I wrote a blog for this page. I have been writing plenty for other people which I love to do but I have neglected to write one for myself and my own audience.
I’m going to do my best to avoid the C word as I’m sure you are all sick of hearing it by now! However, there’s no escaping the fact that those of us in the small business community are understandably
I have no doubt that everyone reading this knows exactly how overwhelm feels. It seems to be one of the emotions that even the most laid back of humans experience and, often one of the hardest to get under control.
Outsourcing. This word still seems to make many business owners a little bit nervous. Either they are worried about releasing the reigns somewhat for fear of no one being able to do even the simplest of tasks to their standard
I have decided that working is bad for you! After a particularly long day at my desk I had a headache, back ache and I was feeling a bit sick. Was I coming down with something? No. I had been sat
I was at one of my favourite networking events a couple of days ago and a question was raised by one of the other attendees. It’s a question I hear on a weekly basis and think about regularly so I
In 2018 I met Samantha from In Collaboration at a local networking meeting, where she spoke about the fear of failure and how, as humans, we seem conditioned to feel ashamed when we make mistakes. On speaking to her further
Do you blog? Personally I love writing blogs, and am happy to write for my own personal blog, for the Purple Frogs website or as guest/ghost writer for other businesses. It’s definitely one of my favourite tasks so I was
Did you know that April is Stress Awareness month? Stress affects us all at some point or another and workplace stress is sadly, very common. It’s perfectly natural to feel stressed by certain situations and moderate amounts of stress can
March is an exciting month for Purple Frogs Virtual Assistants as it is our birthday month and we are so happy to have reached a year old! As anyone with a fairly new business will know, the first year is