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I'm excited to be starting a new regular 'drop-in' Coaching and Connection Cafe session, aimed at supporting stressed-out mums to achieve their goals and flourish. In the first of these 90 minute sessions - discounted to half price (£10) for Mother's Day weekend only - three mothers are invited to come together and share the challenges of motherhood, both generally and since the start of the pandemic, and are invited to set goals and explore - using evidence-based coaching to
It's been a while since the last update, so I wanted to fill you all in on what's been going on. I'm currently 32 weeks pregnant with my second child, and in recent weeks we have somehow managed to navigate the testing Covid-19 times, buy a house in Devon and relocate our family ahead of the new arrival in September - all whilst my husband has been working full time and I have been studying part time for the final term of my Master's degree in Applied Positive Psychology and
I have been speaking to a lot of mothers who are struggling as a result of the global pandemic we are experiencing. It seems that in many cases mothers are drawing the short straw when it comes to being responsible for childcare, even those who are – like their partners – required to continue working full-time from home (this article by Sheryl Sandberg discusses how the coronavirus pandemic is creating a 'double double shift' for women in the workplace). No wonder, then, that