We look back at the top stories on the PA Life website over 2018. As we continue to keep you informed on what’s happening in the events world and up to date throughout 2019, don’t forget to check us out on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn.
The top diets for busy lives
Emerging from the holiday period and into the new year with a full stomach, a sore head a mix of regret and satisfaction, the urge to diet is never higher than in January but where do you turn? Do you cut out entire food groups, do you turn vegan, or do you just start eating on smaller plates to control your portions?
Trying a new activity or learning a new skill benefits brain and body
At this time of New Year’s resolutions, active holiday expert Neilson released the results of a 2016 survey that reveals the average UK adult hasn’t tried a new activity or hobby in five and a half years, despite 80% feeling positive effects on their wellbeing when they do.
Job advert seeks PA with self-defence skills and willingness to cut up meals
Would you cut up your boss’s meals before serving it to them? That’s what a new job advert is looking for in a personal assistant.
‘Sexist’ PA advert ‘will not be tolerated’
Industry experts Craig Harris and Charlotte Wibberley react to controversial EA job posting
The best burgers you can get on national burger day 2018!
2018 has seen a lot of change in the world. But, one thing that has stayed the same is our love of a good burger.
Why colour and style matters in the workplace
Could the colours and styles you wear help you achieve more in the workplace? We speak to House of Colour to find out why dressing to impress can help you in the workplace.
An interview with Bill Gates’ PA
PAs need to work hard to be the very best at what they do and should carry out their role with wholehearted effort, earnestness, honesty, rigour and humility. This is the advice of Lauren Jiloty, who previously worked for Senator Hillary Clinton and who is now the senior executive assistant to iconic entrepreneur and philanthropist Bill Gates.
10 priceless nuggets of wisdom from experienced PAs
We asked you, the PA Life audience on social media to share your experiences for advice that you would give to a new PA starting out. The number of people that responded, ended up being a lot more than we could have imagined.