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Developmental Editing

“Chronic anxiety has no redeeming features. It robs you of focus and clarity of mind, leaving you on edge or even fatigued. At best, you feel you are living life below par, at worst as if you are losing your mind.

But there is help. Tim Patch battled with severe social anxiety and panic attacks throughout his teens.

He knew he was on a slippery slope and was so desperate to stop the downward spiral, that knew he had to understand what was happening to him and why it was robbing him of peace of mind.”

DEVELOPMENTAL EDITING

“An Expat’s Guide to Choosing a School Overseas’ is an absolute must-read if you’re moving overseas with children.

Choosing the right school for your child is one of the hardest decisions you’ll make as an expat parent. It’s a complex decision based on many factors.

‘Expat Education’ explores these aspects to make the decision easier for you and shares how to make your child’s move into their new school, in a new country, a less stressful one.”

Collaboration

“Enterprise is all about creativity and the courage to create something of value. Whether you want to help improve the prospects for an exciting and rewarding future for your child in business, improve their future job prospects or simply help them to grow in self-confidence and make the best of their abilities, this book will help you to help them at the ages where your influence and support is most significant.”

FOUNDER AND EDITOR

Work Your Way Magazine

I launched and edited Work Your Way Magazine, a quarterly magazine aimed at entrepreneurial mums (“mumpreneurs”) and career parents, to help them achieve a work life balance. As well as offering advice on launching, growing and running a business with young children in tow, Work Your Way featured stories on entrepreneurial parents who ran successful businesses, finance, self-development, health and lifestyle.