Ways to simplify some of your business processes

It’s 2020, the year of lockdowns, furloughs and the side hustle. Whether it’s selling your art work, to dog walking or setting up that catering business you’ve always dreamed of, it’s important to keep your hard earned hustle cash sorted and safe.

I am a bit guilty of over complicating my side-hustle and trying to keep up an Admin schedule that would put the HMRC to shame.

I could do with some of these tips myself, to simplify running my business!

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Brighten up a boring room

As you may know if you follow me over on Instagram or Twitter, we took the unenviable decision to move house during a global pandemic. While it great because we had a lot of spare time to get the move sorted, it also meant we haven’t yet ventured out to shops to choose furniture and decor, so all our rooms still look like little empty boxes which is the complete opposite of our last house with it’s bright, rich colours and textured wallpapers!

The debate about a light fixture for our hallway has been rumbling on since October!

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Kogarashi Bao Buns

Kogarashi Bao Buns

If you’ve taken a wander through either Tynemouth Market or the Quayside market of late, you’ll have spotted Kogarashi.

The lovely bun slingers have found themselves a new permanent home in Newcastle.

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Becca x Khloe Kardashian & Malika Haqq Bronze, Blush and Glow Palette

Becca x Khloe Kardashian & Malika Haqq Bronze, Blush and Glow Palette www.ladyfromatramp.co.uk

Do you ever buy make up, put it in a safe place and then forget all about it? That’s exactly what I did with my Becca x Khloe Kardashian & Malika Haqq Bronze, Blush and Glow Palette.

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You are not alone

Helpful UK numbers for support at difficult times www.ladyfromatramp.co.uk

Remember, you are not alone this holiday season. If you need to talk to anyone, the numbers above will have people available to help you.

If you are feeling lonely, you could tweet along with #JoinIn on Twitter, organised every year by Sarah Millican.

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