Health and Fitness

Home workers need to keep themselves healthy to ensure they are always ready to face whatever challenges owning their home business can throw at them. That means eating a balanced, nutritious diet, getting the right mix of exercise, fresh air and relaxation.

Get back on track to mobile working vitality to ensure you’re the fittest and healthiest freelancer and home business there is!

Home workers need to keep themselves healthy to ensure they are always ready to face whatever challenges owning their home business can throw at them. That means eating a balanced, nutritious diet, getting the right mix of exercise, fresh air and relaxation.

Get back on track to mobile working vitality to ensure you’re the fittest and healthiest freelancer and home business there is!

Healthy Computer Habits
Computers have become a part of modern life. Try as you may, it is difficult to eliminate them from your life, and virtually impossible if you are a home worker or starting your own business! The eyesight

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Home Working Weight Loss Tips
Many home working business entrepreneurs find it very difficult to lose weight after having gone from an active office job to a sedentary home working life slumped in front of their computer in their home

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Pamper Your Feet
After you've read our Expert Foot Care Advice guide, and given your poor home working feet some relief with our Problem Feet Products, it's time to indulge them with some well-deserved pampering!  So

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Feet Therapy
Did you know that the average person takes between 8,000 and 10,000 steps a day? As we well know, mobile workers are not average people; getting out and about visiting clients is likely to push your step

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Healthy Smile Guide
Home working has many benefits, not the least the fact that your commute is extremely short. If you feel like rolling out of bed five minutes before you are meant to be in your home office you can, and

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Expert Foot Care
Ok, I’m going to say it ... fungal nail infections, chilblains, ingrowing toenails, dry skin, hard skin, cracked heels, athlete’s foot!  Yucky right? I know, they’re not pleasant things to think

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Christmas Party Feet
Winter brings about visions of boots, thick socks and warm slippers snuggling under your home office desk, so it’s easy to forget to give them some love and attention before the round of Christmas parties.  Rosalind

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Feet On The Go
Having a home business doesn’t mean that you spend all your time in your office. Freelancers and home workers often have to get out and about visiting clients, researching and running errands, and whilst

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