If you’re a working mum you will probably have experienced quite a lot of mum guilt since going back to work, whether you work because you need the money or simply because you want to. You’re not alone, I wrote this post a while back
Do you get to Friday afternoon and feel like your brain is going to implode? Between work, school runs, after school clubs, housework, and everything else, most mums don’t stop for a breath all week Weekends can’t come soon enough, especially when you work 5 days
This is the last post in my Interview With A Working Mum series! I’ve had some amazing working mums taking part and hope you’ve enjoyed reading about their lives as much as I have. I’m going to take a break with the series and hopefully
If you think being a working mum is hard, try being a student mum at the same time! I can’t imagine juggling both of those roles, but my latest working mum manages it… Tell us a bit about you… My little family is made up of
This week I have a fellow working mum of school-age children talking about returning to work and how it’s easier once they’re at school. We still face other working mum struggles though as this week’s working mum guest blogger tells us… Tell us a bit
Going back to work after maternity leave is hard, and you can feel guilty about leaving the kids. There are so many benefits for children going to nursery though, as my latest working mum guest blogger has realised… Tell us a bit about yourself… My
I love hearing storied about working mums who have given up the 9-5 to work at home doing something they love. It’s every working mum’s dream isn’t it? This week’s Interview With A Working Mum is Beth from Life As Mum, a work-from-home blogger who
Being a working mum is hard whatever your background. Being a single working mum to three kids definitely sounds like a challenge! This week’s working mum took a risk and left her job to go self-employed, allowing her to spend more time with the kids.