Australian women seem to be leading the way in entrepreneurial endeavours, with the Australian Bureau of Statistics revealing figures this year that more women than ever now run their own business. This news means big things for the future of what the modern family might look like, with mums taking control of their careers and enjoying the benefits and hard work of being self-employed.
The study was commissioned by the Office for Women and found that the rate of female-run small businesses has increased by nearly 50% in the last 20 years with women now representing a third of all small businesses in Australia. These numbers prove that the workplace is changing for women, and particularly stay-at-home mothers who want a little more flexibility when returning to the workplace.
Although there’s plenty to celebrate with these figures and the rise of the independent woman, we need to be careful that we’re taking care of the responsibilities of being self-employed. The ABS figures showed that many women who are self-employed are failing to plan for the future which can lead to problems down the line.
If you’re looking at starting your own business and being your own boss, you’ll need to consider all of the boring but necessary stuff that an employer usually looks after. Be sure to check these off your list if you’re self-employed so that you can be safe for the future:
The benefits of working for yourself from home can certainly be worth it if you’re willing to take on the responsibility.
For more ideas about how you can do it all, click here to check out the rest of the Peachymama blog for inspiration.
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* 'Inside Leg' is the measurement that indicates the pant's length.
** The 'Front Rise' is the measurement from your crotch to your belly button.
The sizing & fit of Peachymama nursing clothes are specially designed for you and your ‘after baby’ body. This means that if you were say, an AU/UK ’S’ (8-10) before bubs came along, you’ll most likely be the same now in Peachymama sizing.
Wrap the measuring tape around the fullest part of your bust, waist and hips. When measuring your bust we recommend you wear your nursing bra.
Watch Taryn explain...
In the video, Taryn wears size 12/14 (AU Medium)
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