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Why Should Self-Care Be a Priority for the Self-Employed?

Dean Burgess As an entrepreneur, it is your sole responsibility to earn your income. And, if you have employees, you also feel the pressure to keep them working as well. But, as they say, you cannot drink from an empty cup. This means you have to take care of yourself. Today, the smart girl brand blog shares a quick post on the few ways that … Continue reading Why Should Self-Care Be a Priority for the Self-Employed?

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Entrepreneurs: Here’s How to Pave the Path to Success

Dean Burgess Especially for female entrepreneurs working in a male-dominated field, improving your business is an ongoing effort. While it may seem like the work will never end, it pays off to get into the small details and minute tasks. Entrepreneurs have a lot to cover — from software updates and data organization to company culture and effective communication. And these tasks take up time. … Continue reading Entrepreneurs: Here’s How to Pave the Path to Success

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Daily Self-Care Tips To Add To Your Routine

SGB Staff In today’s times, we are all running to make a living and a life for ourselves. We focus on our job, family, friends, and education, but forget to prioritize ourselves. We neglect our physical and mental health needs. Either self-care is not a priority for us, or we find it difficult to take time out for our well-being. However, it is important to … Continue reading Daily Self-Care Tips To Add To Your Routine

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7 Ways Women Can Make Money Online During the Pandemic

There’s no question the COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately impacted women. Not only have women struggled with various issues at home and with their health, but the economic impact has been severe. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, unemployment among women has risen 2.9% more than it has among men. Continue reading 7 Ways Women Can Make Money Online During the Pandemic

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Why Patience is Important

SGB Staff What does it mean to be patient? Maybe it means to stop fighting and relax, letting go of control. We live in the microwave world of now. Our cerebral cortex is programmed to receive everything instantly. So when you don’t receive what you want right away, it creates feelings of frustration, impatience, worry or annoyance. Channel your energy for patience. Cultivating patience provides … Continue reading Why Patience is Important

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Victoria Beckham’s Fashion Brand, Losses and Success

With 29 million followers, she is one of the most popular fashion celebrities on Instagram. Victoria Beckham is a fashionista with a brand and is worth more than $400 million. Raised in Goffs Oaks, Hertfordshire, she grew up in a family of wealth and privilege and was often embarrassed by being dropped off to school in her parents Rolls Royce. As a member of the … Continue reading Victoria Beckham’s Fashion Brand, Losses and Success

Try This Evening Routine To Set You Up Each Day

Looking for an evening routine to set you up for tomorrow? Whether self care, working out or planning for the next day, consider what is going to impact your day in the right way for you to be productive. Having an evening routine helps you not squander your time and gives you room to forgive yourself of all the variables from the prior day. A … Continue reading Try This Evening Routine To Set You Up Each Day

How to create a home that makes you happy

Your home should be a feel good space. Now that everyone in the world is spending a lot of time at home, you can enjoy being stuck indoors by bringing some glitz and glam to your home. Decorating your space with items that make you happy will make your home a safe haven. Incorporating small moments of joy into your home, will brighten up and … Continue reading How to create a home that makes you happy

How to Cope With Grief: “After My Dad Died”

Life is one of those uncertainties. Usually I don’t write about grief. However, after losing a father and uncle this year in 2020, I thought many others may be encountering similar grief. So as I view the sea from a local cafe, I choose to sip red sangria, eat seafood and write. 1.52 million people have died from COVID around the world. That’s 1.52 million … Continue reading How to Cope With Grief: “After My Dad Died”