Mama Interview – Dr Jessamy Hibberd

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Here we feature another interview with a mother doing deeply rewarding and fascinating work alongside raising a family. Thank you so much Jessamy for sharing your thoughts on motherhood and life! Tell us a bit about you: I’m a mother of three and a Clinical Psychologist. We live near the coast in Hove, where my boy and two girls (aged … 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

Guilty Mothers Club Turns Two!

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I’m celebrating two years of Guilty Mothers Club this month. Two whole years, how on earth has that happened.  So much has changed and there is also so much more change on it’s way…. Personally our lives are now very different to a year ago. GBK is now fully settled in to his stay-at-home-dad role (he is taking a year … Read More

Finding a way to live in the moment

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Sometimes I find it hard to live in the moment. With three kids under six my ‘moments’ include pulling my eldest away from literally climbing up the door frame like Spider girl whilst taking tea out the oven whilst attempting to wipe my 2yo’s bum – who is potty training and enjoying the habit of getting up too soon to … Read More

The best online courses for mothers

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So you’ve heard of Mooc’s right? No? Gosh they’re all the rage right now (says whilst quickly reminding herself what the hell they are again –massive open online courses apparently). There has been a huge increase in online courses over recent years, which is transforming the way people learn and I believe having a really positive impact on the accessibility … Read More

Why we shouldn’t all do Yoga at 5am

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“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 get … Read More