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  • opti.me - OptiMe @opti.me 3 minutes ago
  • Scientists tell us that #laughter is an important part of life. Laughing lowers blood pressure, reduces stress hormones, and increases muscle flexion. it also eases tension and sharpens our ability to concentrate!

Have you laughed yet today?

#wellbeing #quote #MyOptime Scientists tell us that #laughter is an important part of life. Laughing lowers blood pressure, reduces stress hormones, and increases muscle flexion. it also eases tension and sharpens our ability to concentrate! Have you laughed yet today? #wellbeing #quote #myoptime
  • Scientists tell us that #laughter is an important part of life. Laughing lowers blood pressure, reduces stress hormones, and increases muscle flexion. it also eases tension and sharpens our ability to concentrate! Have you laughed yet today? #wellbeing #quote #myoptime
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  • space_at61 - Event Space in London @space_at61 5 minutes ago
  • Its time for 'Have you met? again!
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 In this weekly blog series we aim to highlight fantastic creative people who we either work with or admire every week! This week its Bridget Daley founder of @parentsinbiz to read the full interview visit www.spaceat61.com via the bio link
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Hi, my name is Bridget Daley, and I’m the founder of Parents in Biz and the Editor of the Parents in Business Magazine
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I have over 10 years’ experience of being in business I’m no stranger to wearing multiple hats while juggling family and business life. The Parents in Biz platform exists to support and empower parents to manage the tightrope of growing a business and having harmony at home.
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1. What led you to start up your business? 
When my partner and I were running our second business a women's e-commerce business, I was working full time on the business while he was employed full time. 
I was faced with challenges I had never encountered before, it was lonely working from home on my own, and the events I attend back then for mums and women in business were cliquish, and I did not feel like I fitted in. 
This fuelled my desire to set up something to support parents, something that was diverse and inclusive mums, dads whatever stages in the business journey they were at. 
I came up with the concept in 2015, and the website went live in 2017
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To read on click the link in the Instagram bio or visit www.spaceat61.com Its time for 'Have you met? again! . In this weekly blog series we aim to highlight fantastic creative people who we either work with or admire every week! This week its Bridget Daley founder of @parentsinbiz to read the full interview visit www.spaceat61.com via the bio link . Hi, my name is Bridget Daley, and I’m the founder of Parents in Biz and the Editor of the Parents in Business Magazine . I have over 10 years’ experience of being in business I’m no stranger to wearing multiple hats while juggling family and business life. The Parents in Biz platform exists to support and empower parents to manage the tightrope of growing a business and having harmony at home. . 1. What led you to start up your business? When my partner and I were running our second business a women's e-commerce business, I was working full time on the business while he was employed full time. I was faced with challenges I had never encountered before, it was lonely working from home on my own, and the events I attend back then for mums and women in business were cliquish, and I did not feel like I fitted in. This fuelled my desire to set up something to support parents, something that was diverse and inclusive mums, dads whatever stages in the business journey they were at. I came up with the concept in 2015, and the website went live in 2017 . To read on click the link in the Instagram bio or visit www.spaceat61.com
  • Its time for 'Have you met? again! . In this weekly blog series we aim to highlight fantastic creative people who we either work with or admire every week! This week its Bridget Daley founder of @parentsinbiz to read the full interview visit www.spaceat61.com via the bio link . Hi, my name is Bridget Daley, and I’m the founder of Parents in Biz and the Editor of the Parents in Business Magazine . I have over 10 years’ experience of being in business I’m no stranger to wearing multiple hats while juggling family and business life. The Parents in Biz platform exists to support and empower parents to manage the tightrope of growing a business and having harmony at home. . 1. What led you to start up your business? When my partner and I were running our second business a women's e-commerce business, I was working full time on the business while he was employed full time. I was faced with challenges I had never encountered before, it was lonely working from home on my own, and the events I attend back then for mums and women in business were cliquish, and I did not feel like I fitted in. This fuelled my desire to set up something to support parents, something that was diverse and inclusive mums, dads whatever stages in the business journey they were at. I came up with the concept in 2015, and the website went live in 2017 . To read on click the link in the Instagram bio or visit www.spaceat61.com
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  • imperfectly_healthy - C H R I S T Y  G O M E Z @imperfectly_healthy 8 minutes ago
  • We all have excuses.  I could have cleaned up all of Owen’s toys that are everywhere (you can see them in this pic actually!) instead of working out.  I’m trying to get my house organized to move in less than 3 weeks.  I’m working on growing my own business as a Boss Mom.  I’m chasing around a toddler.  I’m tired.  I would rather binge watch some Steve Wilkos (I love @thestevewilkosshow 😋).
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But beyond all those things, the laundry, the to do list, the errands, the work, I always MAKE TIME for my workout.  I don’t expect that an extra 30 minutes is just going to pop up like - hey, you’re not busy and the house is perfectly clean, let’s throw on some workout clothes and go for it!  No ma’am.  Unfortunately it does not happen that way.
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If you can’t make 30 minutes a day fit into your schedule to get a workout in sista, you gotta change up some priorities.  Cut out those excuses and do a little introspection.  #toughlove
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A couple tips to try:  Start with changing some small habits, like going to bed earlier so you can get up earlier to fit in a workout.  Or take some time to walk on a lunch break at work.  I used to be a gym rat, but once I had OG I had to switch it up with at home workouts instead.  Try different things until you can find a workout you enjoy doing, and you’ll want to do it more consistently.  And when all else fails, rope in a friend to do it with you.  Nothing like a good Accountability Buddy to help jumpstart a new habit.
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How do you keep up with your workout routine? We all have excuses. I could have cleaned up all of Owen’s toys that are everywhere (you can see them in this pic actually!) instead of working out. I’m trying to get my house organized to move in less than 3 weeks. I’m working on growing my own business as a Boss Mom. I’m chasing around a toddler. I’m tired. I would rather binge watch some Steve Wilkos (I love @thestevewilkosshow 😋). . But beyond all those things, the laundry, the to do list, the errands, the work, I always MAKE TIME for my workout. I don’t expect that an extra 30 minutes is just going to pop up like - hey, you’re not busy and the house is perfectly clean, let’s throw on some workout clothes and go for it! No ma’am. Unfortunately it does not happen that way. . If you can’t make 30 minutes a day fit into your schedule to get a workout in sista, you gotta change up some priorities. Cut out those excuses and do a little introspection. #toughlove . A couple tips to try: Start with changing some small habits, like going to bed earlier so you can get up earlier to fit in a workout. Or take some time to walk on a lunch break at work. I used to be a gym rat, but once I had OG I had to switch it up with at home workouts instead. Try different things until you can find a workout you enjoy doing, and you’ll want to do it more consistently. And when all else fails, rope in a friend to do it with you. Nothing like a good Accountability Buddy to help jumpstart a new habit. . How do you keep up with your workout routine?
  • We all have excuses. I could have cleaned up all of Owen’s toys that are everywhere (you can see them in this pic actually!) instead of working out. I’m trying to get my house organized to move in less than 3 weeks. I’m working on growing my own business as a Boss Mom. I’m chasing around a toddler. I’m tired. I would rather binge watch some Steve Wilkos (I love @thestevewilkosshow 😋). . But beyond all those things, the laundry, the to do list, the errands, the work, I always MAKE TIME for my workout. I don’t expect that an extra 30 minutes is just going to pop up like - hey, you’re not busy and the house is perfectly clean, let’s throw on some workout clothes and go for it! No ma’am. Unfortunately it does not happen that way. . If you can’t make 30 minutes a day fit into your schedule to get a workout in sista, you gotta change up some priorities. Cut out those excuses and do a little introspection. #toughlove . A couple tips to try: Start with changing some small habits, like going to bed earlier so you can get up earlier to fit in a workout. Or take some time to walk on a lunch break at work. I used to be a gym rat, but once I had OG I had to switch it up with at home workouts instead. Try different things until you can find a workout you enjoy doing, and you’ll want to do it more consistently. And when all else fails, rope in a friend to do it with you. Nothing like a good Accountability Buddy to help jumpstart a new habit. . How do you keep up with your workout routine?
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