Job Ideas to Fit into Any Woman’s Busy Lifestyle

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Whether you have a family or are still single, one of the toughest aspects of work is just how much of our supposed free time it can eat up. Juggling a busy social and home life with employment can often seem an impossible task. However, with the advances in technology in recent years, there are now considerably more options available for women looking to strike that perfect work/life balance. 

Technology and, in particular, the internet have revolutionised the world of work and given rise to a whole new sector of freelancing jobs that could offer you the freedom you’re looking for. If you find there are just not enough hours in the day to get everything done that you hope to achieve, try thinking about starting work in one of the following sectors. You might never look back as you start to enjoy the considerable benefits offered by working your own hours at a time that suits you. 

Work as a personal trainer

The demand for personal trainers has exploded in recent years, almost as part of the natural evolution of the health and fitness sector. While most people have an idea of the health goals they hope to reach, very few have the slightest clue how to achieve them. 

Working as a personal trainer, you’ll first assess the needs and aims of your clients then devise bespoke nutritional and exercise plans to help them adopt a healthier lifestyle. Not only is this a highly rewarding job, but the pay is also above average, and you can choose the hours and clients that suit you. 

Try your hand at courier driving

If you already have your own transport, working as a courier driver can be a useful way to capitalise on your investment while also turning a tidy profit in your free time. These days, there is a huge range of courier jobs available from online courier jobs sites where you can select the exact type of work you want to do. 


Depending on the type of imagery you specialise in, a career as a photographer can be hugely rewarding and can even be combined with travel if you fancy seeing more of the world. With our increased use of the internet, there is a huge demand for quality photography/videos these days, covering all subjects. 

Become a writer

As with the above, the huge growth of the internet in recent years has also created a massive demand for quality writers covering everything from website texts to social media posts and advertising campaign texts. Check online for specialist freelance writer resources and jobs boards. 

Start blogging

Starting a blog is easiest if you have a passion for something that you’re already knowledgeable about – but don’t let that put you off if you’re not 100% clear from the outset. Some of today’s most successful blogs started as embryonic ideas then branched into completely different subjects. The beauty of blogs is they’re not fixed and are constantly updating, so you can easily change focus further down the line if you find yourself getting stuck or you’re not attracting enough traffic. As with most things in life, the key is to take the first step and get started. Refinement can come later. 

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