For a healthy mind, body and business when you work from home


The first magazine dedicated to helping you thrive when you work from home.

Uplifting and inspiring articles that empower you to work more effectively and achieve a healthier, more productive work-from-home lifestyle. 

Focusing on quality, relatable content, The Homeworker magazine aims to inspire, motivate and encourage you to fulfil your potential. 

Fusing business, wellbeing and lifestyle, it reflects the realities of the modern homeworker, helping you with practical and emotional support for your mindset, confidence and work-life balance.

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The Homeworker: The Complete Guide

Print edition 

 £12.99 (plus p&p)


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Annual digital subscription.

Get each issue of The Homeworker every quarter direct to your inbox.

Each magazine packed with valuable insights, ideas and inspiration to support your work-from-home lifestyle.

Four issues a year only £20

This is a recurring annual subscription which you can cancel at any time.

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Latest Issue

The Homeworker Issue 8 sustainability cover


Includes the sustainable Christmas Gift Guide packed full of beautiful gift ideas.

Some of what’s inside:

  • How to sustain a positive mindset when in difficult and uncertain times. Life coach and mindset expert, Simon Alexander Ong, teaches us how to maintain a positive outlook.
  • How can businesses, big and small, adopt more sustainable practices when working with remote teams and how can we as individuals reduce our carbon footprint when working from home?
  • Fidget to Focus? A not so obvious way to keep you on track when you’re finding it hard to concentrate.
  • Look after your energy hygiene. How to sustain your energy levels when juggling many demands on your time.
  • How to create a green and eco-friendly workspace at home. Top tips for reducing our environmental impact in our home office.
  • Inspiring interviews with homeworkers including the story of how one woman went from selling mangoes to running an award-winning beauty business.

Inside Every Issue...

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Inside each issue you’ll find productivity tips to help you manage your time, get more done and stop the procrastination.

Experts in business and organisation share strategies to help you stay on top of your goals, create effective to-do lists and organise your work environment.


Home Workspace

Make the most of working from home by creating a workspace that fits your lifestyle.

From how to set up your work area ergonomically, to features on creating a functional workspace in any room of the house. Each issue includes ideas and products to help you create your ideal home office.

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Your way of thinking and the messages you tell yourself are key to your success.

Inside each edition, we explore different strategies to keep you on the right track.

Pyschologists and mindset coaches offer tips on issues such as developing a growth mindset, overcoming imposter syndrome, your own self-talk and mindful eating.


From developing camera confidence for video marketing to the best accounting apps to help manage your finances, The Homeworker magazine offers practical advice and tips to help you run your business or work for yourself.

We look at communication, marketing, finance, hiring and growing your team and all in an accessible way that’s easy to digest.

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Making time for yourself can be hard so in each issue we include ways you can incorporate self-care practices into your day.

From yoga and pilates at your desk to quick, healthy recipe ideas, journaling exercises and morning routines.

We encourage you to look after yourself.


We understand it’s a constant juggle trying to find the balance between home and work life, when boundaries between the two are blurred.

We look at working and parenting without the guilt, the relationship dynamics and how to fit your work around your life without it taking over.

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What readers are saying

“A beautifully designed magazine, that is overflowing with insight, love support and inspiration for the homeworker. Reading through each page is like hearing this gentle, but confident whisper, saying: ‘You are not alone. You’ve got this!'”

– Ekaterina W

“It felt like an oasis of calm in the craziness of my life!”
-Emily B

“Such a beautiful, fresh magazine! I love the variety of content – and found it really inspiring.”
– Nicky L

“It’s so full of practical help and ideas that cover such a wide variety of issues, really felt like it was personally written just for me. A guide I will be referring to again and again for sure as I develop as a new business from home. Thank you”
– Susan D

“It’s absolutely beautiful and I learned a ton. I felt motivated and calmed by reading it: a perfect combo!”
– Kate L

“An amazingly beautiful design, full of practical and inspiring content which covers a broad spectrum of articles from food, wellbeing, positive mindset, productivity hacks, taxes, home office decor … you name it.
It helps you stay motivated, optimistic.”
– Barchi F

“I feel like this is what I’ve needed in my life as a freelancer.”

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