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The Homeworker Magazine was started from seeing a need for those in self-employment, working remotely or running a home-based business to have a supportive and reassuring voice when trying to integrate the demands of work, family and home life.
As much a lifestyle magazine as it is business, it fuses the two genres to reflect the realities of today’s homeworking population.
Practical advice and insight balanced with emotional support and featuring businesses and their owners who are relatable yet still inspirational.
This is a magazine that gives you permission, and reminds you, to look after yourself as well as your business!
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From podcasts to press interviews, speaking engagements to radio and TV appearances, Louise can talk about her own story behind setting up The Homeworker magazine as well as on a variety of topics related to working from home and the growing change in our work-life culture.
•The importance of looking after your mental health when working at home
• How to make the most of working from home and the flexibility it offers
• How to stay productive and avoid distractions when working from home
• The importance of mindset, confidence and resilience when you work alone at home
• The challenges of juggling work and parenting when you work from home
A bit about Louise, Editor of The Homeworker
The Homeworker was founded by Louise Goss, an award-winning journalist who has worked across various regional, national and international newsrooms in London and Sydney.
She started her career in radio, news reading and reporting before moving into TV and online.
After studying French, Spanish and Japanese and becoming head of News on her university radio station, she went on to study Broadcast Journalism at City University, London, for which she was awarded funding by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. She began news reading and reporting for radio stations such as Capital FM, Magic, the IRN Network and at the BBC while also freelancing at Sky and ITN.
Louise then moved to presenting and reporting for ITN, covering stories such as the Obama election, the Haiti earthquake and the financial crisis for their new media channels, and was selected as the main presenter of Telegraph TV when it launched.
A move to Australia saw Louise freelancing for the Seven and Nine networks in Sydney before becoming Editorial Director of a tech startup.
She has won the BJTC Young Journalist of the Year Award for a radio documentary on young people and hearing loss and was one of 20 from over a thousand applicants to gain a place in the BBC Journalism TV Talent Pool.
While raising her family she also wrote a memoir for a client which is now in the National Library of Australia as part of their migration history. Now back in the UK, Louise has launched The Homeworker Magazine for small business owners and the self-employed who work from home.
Find out more about The Homeworker and the editor, Louise Goss, here.
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