In honor of Mother’s Day, here is some “motherly advice” for business owners. One of the hardest parts of being an entrepreneur is maintaining a healthy work-life balance. Most people have hobbies outside the office and friends and family that they enjoy spending time with. So, what makes it so difficult to draw the line between work time and your own free time?
Valentine’s Day is creeping up and for some people that may be a good thing, but for the ones who may lack a valentine this year, it can be triggering. This year let’s not make being alone on Valentine’s Day a negative, let’s celebrate being single and focusing on yourself!
It is crazy to think that we’ve already celebrated two birthdays during the pandemic and it is even scarier to think that we may have a third this year. They say that your early twenties are the best years of your life. You can legally drink, it is the perfect time to go see the world, meet new people, and you finally have some new found “freedom” from your family. Instead we’ve all been having lots of quality time at home with our family instead of developing new relationships and meaningingful new moments in our college years thanks to Covid.
At PressReady, we are focused on helping small businesses get their voice heard. Big or small, their creative ideas and dedication deserve to be shared with the world. With Small Business Saturday approaching...
Statistics and data demonstrating all of the adversity and inequality that women face in the workplace, and in particular in male-dominated fields, flood our social media feeds, news stories and TV screens on a daily basis. This narrative describing all of the challenges that women face in their professional lives and all of the hard work they have to put in just to get half as far as their male colleagues is so dominant that it almost seems inescapable. Here at PressReady — a female-owned and operated business — we aim to flip the script and highlight all of the positive and groundbreaking work that women do every single day.