How many times have you felt like throwing most of your stuff away? Modern living, fast food, speed dating, hourly rush, expendable clothing. We live in a throwaway society in which nothing is cherished, taken time over, repaired or kept for future generations (as it used to be). So we spend, we buy, we spend and buy and buy more, whether we need it or not. But how far do we go with this? How much is enough? What do we really need? What is this doing to us? What actual need is this fulfilling in us as a society and us as people? We think these are important questions. Berkshire Woman is starting a campaign for clutter free living with the first in our series on minimalism written by our Anup K.M. Jheeta .
So, you are considering the possibilities of starting your own business. That is great news, but it is essential to first consider all aspects of what will be required.
For instance are you feeling confident with yourself-your health and your domestic situation; also do you have the passion? If so, you will have more chance of success. For even if you can raise sufficient funds to launch the business-be it through family and friends, savings or with a bank loan, without feeling good in yourself the start-up will be less smooth. Talking of friends and family… This is often an overlooked and underestimated source of help. Do draw on their resources and experience as much as possible. Discuss ideas with them, use them for market research, even get them involved on the sidelines. Continue reading
Today Windsor was everything anyone could wish for their wedding. With clear skies, warm sunshine and over 100.000 people partying it was a sight to behold! Not to mention Harry and Megan’s ride…
We wanted to find out a bit more about this charity site. This is what we learned.
‘Berkshire Woman and family’ interviewed Matt Turner BOst MSc, an Osteopath in Windsor’s well known “Gareth Butler & Associates” clinic as well as “West Hampstead Osteopathic Practice” in London.