PODCAST: Is your lifestyle business a problem for your family, health and happiness? Interview with Darren Rowse (Ep 36)

Episode 36 with Darren Rowse

A couple of years ago Darren Rowse made a small change that created a big impact on his life and business. He went for a walk. Listen in as Darren and I talk about keeping a balance between work and family in your lifestyle business, how exercise can help you come up with brilliant ideas […]

PODCAST: Why time is not the enemy but perfectionism is, a conversation with Kelly Exeter (Ep 34)

Episode 34 with Kelly Exeter

Kelly Exeter spent her days training as a triathlete, dreaming about training as a triathlete and wishing she had more hours in her day to train more. But one day she came to the realisation that more time didn’t mean she’d accomplish anything more. Kelly shares her insights in her book Your Best Year Ever […]

PODCAST: Push past fear, think big but don’t forget what’s important in life. Interview with Amanda Hoffmann (Ep 22)

amanda hoffmann

In episode 22, I talk to Amanda Hoffmann, who has started two businesses while running a busy family. Amanda talks about getting your priorities straight, about not being afraid to think big and the importance of niching down and specialising. About the Podcast If you’ve thought about or recently made the leap into entrepreneurship, but […]

Mum leaves behind workplace stress to create new lifestyle business

Nicky Attridge

This week Graphic Designer Nicky Attridge talks about leaving behind workplace stress to create a business you love. Tell us a little about the person behind the business? I am a mum to 2 girls aged 10 and 12, a wife to my wonderful husband of nearly 12 years and a super busy business owner. […]

Business mum successfully balances work and life at home

This week, Cas talks to Danni Royall-West about the challenges of keeping a balance between work and life, while working from home. Danni shares some awesome business building tips and the inspiration for her home based business journey! Tell us a little about the person behind the business? I am a daughter, a wife, a […]

“Mum, you work too much!” The words no work-at-home mum wants to hear!

“Mum, you work too much!” Those words weren’t exactly what I wanted to hear from my 11-year-old but he was not the only one frustrated by my work load…So when my son blurted out those words, as painful as they were to hear, I knew I had to do something. It was a stark reminder to take breaks, and turn myself off from my work world to be present to my family’s needs. Does anybody else find that difficult?