Dawn Smith (@thedawnelizabeth), is now a fitness entrepreneur who has been on a journey to losing 154lbs after learning how to love herself. After focussing on getting healthier by eating foods in moderation, sticking to a calorie deficit and tracking macros as well as combo of weight lifting, cardio and HIIT, You can read more about Dawn's story over at Women's Health...
Ten years ago, Rachel Pedersen, a social media strategist and TikTok expert from the US, was relying of food banks and was struggling to make ends meet, and now helps other parents start and grow their companies. You can read about Rachel's incredible turnaround in The Sun...
Tanisha Washington (@nishafitness), is now a NASM-certified personal trainer and fitness business owner (Better Body By NISHA) in Austin, Texas. After struggling with her weight her entire life, Tanisha learned how to make her favourite meals using healthier ingredients and started doing HIIT cardio and strength training. You can read more about Tanisha's story over at Women's Health...
'My only regret is why I didn't do it sooner': How lockdown is a chance to change your life for ever!
Worried about your job prospects this year? You are not alone. Employment opportunities are looking bleak for many. The pandemic has already resulted in hundreds of thousands of job cuts – many in the retail, leisure, hospitality, travel and entertainment sectors – and more are expected as businesses continue to struggle.
But thankfully, for those who want to give themselves the best chance of finding a new job, it's possible to add sparkle to a CV and develop your skills by taking an online course.
From the top universities and colleges, including the Open University, to specialist providers such as Udemy and LinkedIn – and even private companies such as Barclays and Accenture – there are numerous courses available, both free and paid-for. They range from digital marketing, bookkeeping and Mandarin to child care. But will they make a difference?
You can find out more over at 'This Is Money', and see how people are taking the world as a new-age entrepreneur, like Laura Harnett founded eco-friendly products firm Seep, (theseepcompany.com), an eco-friendly household cleaning products company which sells sponges, scourers and cloths that are plastic-free and 100 per cent compostable.
Grant and Jordanna Sanderson dreamt up the new quiz card game, Shot In The Dark during Christmas 2016 after a tense family game of Trivial Pursuit. The game has flown off the shelves since mid-March making almost £150,000. You can read more over in the Metro News...
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