28 | SpousesinBusiness and Employment Pressed for Time Posh Paper

Istarted my adventure with Posh Paper simply as amother who wanted to create unique birthday invitations for her children. Ibegan my career as adesigner and wanted to use my this background to create designs that surpassed the visions of my clients. From the humble beginnings of custom Star Wars invitations for my family,tothe bespoke designs Icreate for my clients everyday,Posh Paper has evolved into acomplete graphic design boutique. Posh Paper has been given the opportunity to design and create custom visions for each client including: birthday invitations, wedding invitations, business logos, business packaging, business cards, personalized photographic gifts, personalized gift paper,and website design. Posh Paper consults, creates, and finalizes each design, specific to each person’s vision. It is aprivilege to design, and agreater privilege to create designs for others. Ilook forward to continuing to create for current and future clients. Start your design venture with Posh Paper!

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Pressed for Time is alocal cleaning company in the south that started as aone man band three years ago. We are just coming up to our third birthday and now have over 23 staff,both RAF wives and civilians. We cover all aspects of cleaning and ironing. From domestic house cleaning, military march outs, end of tenancy cleans, student rooms, old people’s homes, Airbnbs, extreme cleaning and everything in-between! We have had the privilege of cleaning for well-known celebrities who live in the Cotswolds and seen their beautiful but sometimes surprising homes! We cover areas from Faringdon, Cowley,Woodstock and Fairford. We have an amazing base of staff who are so conscientious in their cleaning and work as hard as they can. If you live in our area, please feel free to message us for afree no obligation quote: pressedfortimeatyourservice

Client review: Sam (below at Right Path Coaching) said, “What asmall world. I used Pressed for Time for my last march out and they were amazing!”

Right Path Coaching

Iwas an education and training officer in the Army for over 17 years, but it was not until Ileft and took the time to reflect on what Ienjoyed the most about my job, did Icontinually keep coming back to working with and helping people. Ibelieve that Ihave atalent for optimising the performance of others, as well as assisting them in their own personal development, empowering, challenging and inspiring them to achieve their goals. As aresult Iformalised my experience with some coaching qualifications and founded Right Path Coaching. People are at the heart of this business, and Ipride myself on my ability to develop agreat rapport with everyone that Iwork with, which is vital for the success of any coaching relationship so that you feel comfortable, relaxed, and are not afraid or have your perceptions challenged.

Since leaving Ihave gone on to work within the public and private sector and as avolunteer mentor with the charity Supporting Wounded Veterans, but Ialso really enjoy working with military veterans and spouses, as Ihave ashared empathy with their journey and helping them to find their Right Path.

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Brightwood Training “What do you love about the outdoors?” “I feel free.”

Why is outdoor learning, Forest School and development training in the outdoors increasing in popularity? Why is it such powerful way of reducing stress, increasing employee motivation, engaging schoolchildren and lowering symptoms ofADHDand ASD? The answer lies in the conversation above. People feel free to be themselves and achieve their own goals when they are outdoors; facilitated by skilled professionals they develop outdoor, personal, social and emotional skills.

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Vicki Stewart started her outdoor business delivering Forest School Leader and Outdoor Learning training, programmes and development training for stress, resilience and mental health in the outdoors. She left the RAF and now uses National Trust Woodland to deliver training to teachers and ex-forces aspiring facilitators (using resettlement grants) who find they can teach with freedom in the outdoors; mainstream schools; special needs students and disaffected teenagers.

“I find it incredibly rewarding to be able to offer life-changing teaching and freedom in the outdoors.” Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest

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