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January 2017 Business News

UK unemployment falls even further thanks to women in the workplace. According to figures released from the Office of National Statistics, UK unemployment is at an 11-year low of just 4.8%, while weekly earnings excluding bonuses are rising by an...
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Maximise Review of Bula Batiki Coconut Oil

Bula Batiki Coconut Oil is a non-profit Coconut Oil company providing a sustainable income to remote Fijian communities. Their Coconut Oil is raw, virgin, and cold-pressed and is perfect for all types of cooking, and as a natural hair and...
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Inspiring and Supporting Female Entrepreneurial Excellence

I’m regularly asked what makes I AM WOMAN so very special and I always feel challenged to mention the one thing, because there are so many things that make it so very unique. We often get confused as just another...
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Maximise Fashion

It’s All In The Sleeve As a Wardrobe Consultant & Stylist I’m always keen to inspire my clients to try a new trend. Sometimes all it takes is one little garment to update so many items in your wardrobe. The...
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The Secrets to Networking Success

The Women’s Business Club is probably the fastest growing women’s business network in the UK. We have grown from zero to nine thriving clubs in just over one year with many more launches in the pipeline. Women grow and thrive...
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Spring Budget 2017 brings mixed news

In what has been confirmed as the last formal Spring Budget to be delivered by the Government, this year’s announcement brings mixed news for employees and employers alike. Self-employed individuals face the biggest loss, with an increase in National Insurance...
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Women Paid Less than Men Rules US Federal Court

Women can get paid less than men based on difference in previous salary, rules US federal court The decision overturned a previous lower-court ruling, according to which pay differences based only on prior salaries were discriminatory under the country’s Equal Pay...
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Shires Chiropractic Clinic – Does your bra uplift and support you?

A staggering 64% of women are wearing the wrong bra size! This figure is according to a study by Swiss lingerie company Triumph. They found that globally nearly a third of women had never had a proper bra fitting before,...
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Successful New Beginnings

With the emergence of spring and the Easter break now over, we once again start thinking of growth, new beginnings and rebirth. The dullness of winter is gone, the sun is shining, the birds are singing, gardens are in bloom...
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Laura Liddell introduces Harriet Hare

Falxen Hare believes that spending time with children is the most precious gift you can give them and so has produced creative craft kits that encourage family encouragement. Harriet Hare is an enchanting toy animal and will make learning to...
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Energy industry distrusts Tory price cap

General election 2017: Energy industry distrusts Tory price cap Members of the UK energy industry say that a Tory manifesto pledge to cap household bills is not in customers’ best interests. Full details are not yet known, but it is...
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The Art of Happiness

In the last post we talked about consistency and why it matters. Why it is important to keep going with your good habits and slowly but consistently ditch those that are not benefiting your wellbeing. This leads us to another important...
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Kayleigh Purser on how she trained in Reflexology

In 2004 when first looking for training courses in massage therapy I had the option of doing a full beauty therapy course with level 2 massage qualification, doing individual training courses in different therapies or doing an intensive two year...
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