In March we launch a campaign to celebrate and recognise all the immense work we do as women.
This is a big old question isn’t it, where to start with my career change? When you’ve talked yourself out of your number one option, then back into it, then out of it again, all in the space of a week. When you can’t see past doing something related to your current job, even though you hate everything about it. … Read More
It’s that time of year again, when as a parent you can no longer avoid the fact that you are about to embark on six weeks of pure kid craziness, so I have created what I think is the ultimate school holiday planner. For a working parent this time of year means creating logistical plans that any army would be … Read More
I’ve always been scared of post natal depression, terrified actually. My Mum suffered with it quite badly, I know friends who have been there, I kind of feel close to the edge most weeks and wasn’t sure I could get much closer. So after Raffi I was pretty relieved that I felt great. Really positive, happy, o.k despite no sleep … Read More
Drumroll… We’re so excited to announce that the brand new and improved Mothership is now open – this is our membership programme for working mums. Something we felt was really missing in our own lives as busy parents trying to earn a crust whilst spend time with our little ones, not to mention hold everything else together and spend a bit of … Read More
Our latest story of creating a life you love combing work with a family is from Charlotte the lady behind the gorgeous jewellery brand Stanley and Maud… Q. Tell us a bit about yourself? Hello!!! I’m Charlotte (Dotty) from Stanley and Maud, I’m a mother of two and wifey of one! I’m 27 and I started my business whilst on … Read More
“I just don’t think I can get up at 5am to do Yoga” said my lovely friend clutching a large glass of something alcoholic. A conversation at the weekend got me thinking. There were 4 of us round the table, all mothers with children of varying numbers and ages, all under 5. One asked the group “I really need to … Read More