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This post originally appeared on Girlboss.com By Eva Grant Are you the type of person who jumps into the new year, guns a-blazing, only to find yourself fizzled out a few weeks later? Burnout is real. Here’s how to guard against … Continue reading
This post originally appeared on MorganMcKinley.co.uk Our office support and admin recruitment team speak to a professional PA, with a successful career, on the reality and the must-dos in order to get your first PA job. I have spoken to … Continue reading
This post originally appeared on Refinery29.com Photo by rawpixel.com on Unsplash What do ClassPass, Bumble, and Birchbox all have in common? Besides being universally loved by millennials, these companies were all founded by women. Every year more and more females are turning their … Continue reading
This post originally appeared on HuffingtonPost.com. By Raymond Wali The common term for the balance between life and work is “work-life” balance. I would argue that we’re putting too much emphasis on work by putting it first. It’s time we start … Continue reading
Networking is important in every industry, but it is ESPECIALLY important in the world of PAs and freelancers. This great piece (originally from Standard.co.uk) talks about how networking for professional women is changing in London. Forget forced encounters in soulless … Continue reading
This post originally appeared on TheEveryGirl.com If you’re like us, you never quite lose the nostalgia for that back to school feeling. A fresh start, crisply sharpened pencils, and the fun of tackling something new still get us excited in the … Continue reading
This post originally appeared on TheGoodTrade.com. By Jordan Moullette Creating Space To Live A Life You’ll Love We all know that good feeling when taking true action; distraction-less within an effortless rhythm and flow. It’s as if time magically disappears, … Continue reading