Game Changing Story – Lucy

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THIS. I’ve done something already this morning that I’ve been procrastinating on (fear disguised as lack of time) after reading this blog post. Thank you Lucy, for offering to share your experience of doing Game Changers in January this year and so much more xxx I stumbled upon Guilty Mothers Club and the Game Changers programme towards the end of … Read More

What to expect from a Keeping in Touch day

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Employees can work for up to ten days whilst on maternity, paternity, adoption or parental leave without impacting their leave or pay. These are called Keeping in Touch days and are completely optional, agreed by both parties prior. But what can you expect from doing one of these days and why would you bother? Here is a guest blog, from … Read More

How to create a vision board

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A few years ago now I created my first vision board and I’ve been hooked ever since. They take a bit of time to create but I promise you the results are really special. Why create a vision board? Well aside from having a beautiful thing to look at a vision board helps clarify your goals and dreams. Not your … Read More

Meet the mothers showing changing career is possible!

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In November we ran an alumni event for previous attendees of our Game Changers programme. These are women, who happen to also be mothers, changing careers, switching things up, shaping their lives in a way that works for them. A few weeks prior I’d seen this video by Reese Weatherspoon (someone shared it on the Guilty Mothers Clubhouse). In it she talks about … Read More

The Secret to Changing Career

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We have had 82 women go through our Game Changers programme in the last 12 months wanting to switch career, return to something new after maternity leave, basically make any sort of change to achieve an improved work – family set up. I am constantly amazed and inspired by their progress, their bravery, their commitment to change. I’ve been incredibly … Read More