Thinking About A Change Of Career


Being a stay at home mum is hard, I often worry because I am not contributing to our family in the same way as Sam is, financially which is a little silly as I do bring in a little bit of money, and of course I run our house and keep on top of all the housework, washing and various mum things that go with it. I have always played with the idea of starting my own company - selling little handmade things as I'm often told I am quite creative, and I'm fairly sure I could make it work.


I have been looking into registering a new company, and it's quite simple. There is some information that you need to gather in order to register but Company Formation Services seems like a fab option to choose, as they help people to set-up and register businesses. They have a really simple straightforward online application for you to fill in.

The online company formation process is really simple, they have designed the form in a simple, user-friendly format to ensure that each and every customer enjoys a quick, stress-free experience when setting up a new limited company. They are an experienced online company formation agency based in London, they also have a 9.5/10 client review rating which makes them even more appealing in my opinion, clearly, they really care about there customers.

With that in mind, I feel a little more relaxed with the idea of starting my own company, a little idea in my mind that seemed really daunting seems like it is becoming more and more achievable. I have been creating a few little samples of things that I intend to sell, to see how well they would do and if people are interested. I would love to be able to make my hobby into a long-term job, meaning I can work from home and still spent lots of time with my two girls, watching them grow. I know it will be a little hectic but it will be so worth it in the end, right?

My next step is to plan more, and put together a plan with goals of what I intend to achieve. Although it does seem really daunting, I am so ready for the new challenge, and cannot wait to see what the future holds for this little idea of mine.

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