With a degree in communications and several years experience as a journalist and sub-editor, Hayley offers articles that audiences like to read. Hayley's other experience is in business training - designing and presenting training courses, especially in management skills like leadership, communication and negotiation, marketing, and business writing. She is interested in health, wealth, happiness, romance, self-improvement, computers, and safety and likes to make her articles stand out from the crowd. Hayley is happy to accept private requests. Articles by Hayley are unique and easy to read.
This blog is for The Romance Nook, for the public request. It gives the reader several reasons to shop online at The Romance Nook. Feeding their own romance or other relationships by buying lovely gifts is one of the reasons this article provides. The main other reason is to help the homeless, and the needy in society, helping to paint a verbal picture of the situations that people find themselves in and needing help from the charities that The Romance Nook supports. | Read More →Words: 444 Downloads: 0 Category: Gifts By: HayleyWriter
This long article of 1300 words is perfect for a psychologist, counsellor, self-help guru, life coach, or anyone who want to attract attention to their website by providing genuine self-help articles to customers and potential customers. With six tips on ways anyone can leave behind the hurts of past broken relationships and move forward into a happier future, the article provides readers with ideas which can be expanded upon in counselling sessions and can be adapted to deal with the specific situations. Tips include recognising that all relationships are messy in some ways, that while hurts will occur it is how to face and deal with them that helps you to be happier in the future. There are tips for actively working to get rid of emotional baggage, changing habits, learning the art of forgiveness, and planning a better future. | Read More →Words: 1304 Downloads: 0 Category: Self Improvement By: HayleyWriter
This article or blog for a website aims at helping those who have been redundant or lost a job during the COVID pandemic, or those who simply want to use the opportunities afforded by prolonged social isolation to change themselves for the better. It includes thought provoking tips on changing careers, studying, clearing out clutter, getting rid of emotional baggage and ways to have a healthy, happy self-confidence after the pandemic. This article or blog would go well with a self-improvement or counselling style website. | Read More →Words: 760 Downloads: 0 Category: Self Improvement By: HayleyWriter
This article is written from an occupational health and safety view and aims at encouraging employers of a warehouse to ensure that all employees are safe. Warehouses have lots of potential dangers, simply from the nature of what a warehouse is and the constant movement of goods to and from the warehouse. This article gives tips on designing a warehouse for traffic flow, safe pedestrian access and includes tips on signage, training, and personal protective equipment to ensure the safety of anyone entering a warehouse. | Read More →Words: 681 Downloads: 0 Category: Human Resources By: HayleyWriter
Written as a blog or article for a writers group or a publisher, this article provides prospective authors with five top tips on how to get their book published. Tips include polishing the manuscript, taking advice from industry experts, and building an author platform prior to publishing. Within the text are some hints of things not to do, like not pushing a manuscript into a publisher's face or posting inappropriate items on social media. This article explains that finishing writing a novel or a book in any genre is only the first step to getting published. | Read More →Words: 853 Downloads: 0 Category: Writing By: HayleyWriter
This article, written by a parent with an autistic child, who has several friends and relatives with autistic children, is aimed at parents who have just had a child diagnosed or will probably be diagnosed with ASD or Autism Spectrum Disorder. It gives some basic tips and explains how parenting a child with ASD can be different to parenting normal children. This article provides parents with a few ideas on how to get help and the sort of help you can access, plus tips on coping with melt downs and difficult behaviours. | Read More →Words: 994 Downloads: 0 Category: Parenting By: HayleyWriter
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