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12 Mum Blogs And Influencers To Follow This Year

Women have been talking about family life since the dawn of humanity but the rise of the internet and social media has given them a voice online and mum blogs are winning awards.

Whether they’re writing posts about mental health, single motherhood, family lifestyle and travel or life as a new mum, there are a range of new and diverse voices that have carved out a niche – and a business – from parenting.

We spoke to 12 mummy bloggers and influencers on how they balance work, rest and play, the advice they’d give to parents who want to launch their own lifestyle business and what bits of parenting advice they wish they’d ignored in the early days of being a new mum.

CANDICE BRATHWAITE – AUTHOR, BLOGGER, CO-FOUNDER MAKE MOTHERHOOD DIVERSE

What’s the one piece of advice you wish you had before you became a parent?

mum blogs - CANDICE BRATHWAITE – AUTHOR, BLOGGER, CO-FOUNDER MAKE MOTHERHOOD DIVERSE

I’ll try to be as eloquent as possible in explaining this but I wish people encouraged me to really learn about myself more.

Naturally, there is so much emphasis on the upcoming baby and becoming a parent that people seem to forget before becoming parents we are ourselves first and foremost.

I had to learn a lot about myself whilst learning about my baby with my firstborn and it was quite a mixed bag of emotions.

Of course, parenthood should reveal hidden qualities and encourage us to learn new things but at a base level I didn’t even really know what I wanted to do with the next five years of my life or even what kind of sartorial style I was better suited to.

So put simply my advice would be – learn as much as you can about yourself before the baby comes!

What’s the one parenting tip you wish you’d just ignored?

All of it! Don’t get me wrong there were useful bits here and there but even those pockets of good advice had to be tweaked to suit my own parenting style.

It’s easy to be overwhelmed by info coming from people who do genuinely mean well in the early days but in the long run I’ve learned what works best is figuring out what is easiest for the kids and I.

Work + Social Media – what advice would you give to parents who want to launch their own lifestyle business?

Don’t give up your day job! I’m joking (kinda) but don’t just pack everything in. Have a real plan about how you’re going to keep yourself financially afloat whilst growing your lifestyle brand/business.

Even with social media nothing is overnight (even if it seems to be that way) and making your first £1,000 pounds could take a year or two so you have to be committed to more than just the dollars because those may not be coming in for a while.

Also, parenting/lifestyle is such a saturated market that it’s not so much about what you’re bringing to the table but what angle are your offerings from?

Even if you feel like there are 1,000 people doing your thing, there is no one that does it like you and you need to find what can make you unique in the market.

Lastly don’t get caught up in social media numbers. There are people with small followings (myself included) who have been able to cut through and begin to use the internet to make money.

Whilst a larger following looks great, it isn’t the be all and end all to being a great business.

How do you balance work, rest and play?

Admittedly, I’m not the best at balance.

So my family and management are pretty good at stepping in and telling me when I need to strip back or pull something off of the table and I’ve had to learn to listen to them.

It sounds terribly cliché but I really love my job. I love the communication aspect, meeting new people, the travel, EVERYTHING so it feels as if the play element is built in if I’m honest.

Last year I was lucky enough for Papa B (my other half) to gift me with a solo holiday to Barbados. It was such a revelation.

Being alone as a woman to really think things through without the interruption of kids, husband or work was brilliant.

When I returned home it’s as if my entire world changed for the better.

Financially I know a weeks holiday isn’t feasible for most but where I can, I try to sneak in pockets of time by myself.

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RESHMI BENNETT – FOUNDER OF ANGES DE SUCRE

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What’s the one piece of advice you wish you had before you became a parent?

Everyone talks about lack of sleep but no one actually advised on how to cope with it other than “sleep when the baby sleeps” which isn’t always realistic.

Delegate where possible” is probably more applicable as you really can’t wear too many hats with a new born and hoping to be able to do so is a recipe for crashing expectations and harsh reality!

What’s the one parenting tip you wish you’d just ignored?

Sleep training.

I heard a lot of it and I know it works for many but it didn’t for us and I’ve quickly learnt that babies are very different and what works for one may not work for another.

Work + Social Media – what advice would you give to parents who want to launch their own lifestyle business?

Running our own business while having a young family has been amazing – it’s afforded us the lifestyle we want where we get to spend so much time with our baby and the flexibility of when and how we work is brilliant.

Of course, we have the same worries any small business owner has – business fluctuations, managing a small team etc but on the whole, it is very positive.

I wouldn’t, however, recommend launching a new business with a newborn as it’s all consuming – I don’t believe you can devote the attention both deserve and require simultaneously.

The newborn stage goes by so quick so it’s best to wait until you have more time to dedicate to a new project.

How do you balance work, rest and play?

That balancing act is still very much a work in progress.

Our little guy is changing so much so quickly that our key to balance is adapting! I’m fortunate in the sense that I work from home directing the business with my husband so when one is with baby the other catches up, and we have a brilliant team in the bakery.

I also found ourselves falling into a loose routine of baby classes, a yoga class for myself, and working around that has gotten easier with time.

Saying that, when the little guy is teething or going through a dreaded sleep regression any form of balancing act is futile and we resort to a duvet day of cuddles hah!

DR JESSAMY HIBBERD – FOUNDER OF NOODLE APP

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What’s the one piece of advice you wish you had before you became a parent?

Trust your instincts and do what’s right for you – don’t worry about what other people are doing.

What’s the one parenting tip you wish you’d just ignored?

I remember reading lots of parenting books before my first and I imagined you could just turn the lights off and the baby would go to sleep (so funny now to think I could have believed this).

Each of my three children have been different and knowing that there’s no one size fits all has worked much better for me!

Work + Social Media – what advice would you give to parents who want to launch their own lifestyle business?

Turn off updates on your phone and just check at times that work for you, rather than trying to stay up to date all of the time.

How do you balance work, rest and play?

I feel like I get the best of both worlds working part-time – to make it work I try to keep my work and family time split.

I use every part of my three days for work, but then get to switch off and switch to family time Thursday – Sunday.

I think having my clinic in London really helps with the balance as it keeps the two more separate.

CHELSEA CAHAN – BLOGGER, STYLED + DISTURBED

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What’s the one piece of advice you wish you had before you became a parent?

I wish people would have told me that everyone is going to judge your choices. It seems that everyone always has an opinion when it comes to how they think someone else should parent.

I have even caught myself doing it as well. But I wish someone would have told me to listen, take what you will from the advice, then move on.

Don’t take their advice/judgement to heart and always listen to your gut. They’re your kids and you know what’s best.

What’s the one parenting tip you wish you’d just ignored?

I wish I would’ve ignored any advice that had to do with breastfeeding. When I say that, I mean any advice not coming from a trained professional.

I received a lot of unsolicited advice from parents, friends, people on the street, etc. in regards to what I shouldn’t do or not do when it came to feeding my baby.

It caused so much more stress in my life and I wished I could’ve just tuned it out and, again, listened to my gut when it came to the delicate art of breastfeeding.

Work + Social Media – what advice would you give to parents who want to launch their own lifestyle business?

Just do it. Don’t wait for your kids to be in school, for soccer season to be over, or whatever the reason you use to not start your business today.

Even if it’s just checking one small thing off your to-do list to launch your business, do it today… or better yet, do it now.

There will always be excuses as to why you’re too busy, but just like when you were deciding whether or not to have kids, there will never be a good time to start.

Just do it now!

How do you balance work, rest and play?

Do I? Well if I do, I don’t feel it.

The only advice I would give to achieve balance would be – always create a space for self-care and that looks different for different people.

For me, it means time with my girlfriends, the occasional massage, and most importantly time for my businesses.

Even if you have that #momguilt when creating a space for balance, you just have to ignore it and remember the old mom adage: If I don’t take care of myself, I can’t take care of anyone else.

VICKI PSARIAS – AUTHOR/BLOGGER/ VLOGGER/ FILMMAKER + FOUNDER OF HONEST MUM

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What’s the one piece of advice you wish you had before you became a parent?

To trust my instinct. I had the common first parent fears and wish I had been more relaxed. Mama (and Papa) know best.

What’s the one parenting tip you wish you’d just ignored?

There were too many I wish I’d ignored. Essentially to not worry about following the crowd really. To not get caught up in what everyone else was doing: how much their baby slept, ate, spoke etc in comparison to my own.

To understand that every baby is unique and to just go with the flow.

Work + Social Media – what advice would you give to parents who want to launch their own lifestyle business?

Led passion lead you. Work on confidence.

We all suffer from the imposter syndrome but practising self-belief and carving out time to do what you love and keep sharing it with the world will lead to success.

Make sure you LIVE too and don’t become obsessed with work. Find balance and don’t put yourself last on the priority list.

How do you balance work, rest and play?

I say no a lot so I can spend as much time as possible with my kids and I focus on doing what nourishes me: writing, filming and working with brands I respect and admire.

unching new businesses has never been easier than in this digital age. However, it’s still extremely difficult to become successful.

I would try to do something that is unique and don’t just follow what everyone else is doing like logo t-shirts for example.

Think long and hard about whether this is the direction you want to go in because it has to be a passion otherwise it won’t last.

CHRISTABEL SAUL – FOUNDER + CURATOR, THE MOTHER MAKER
Christabel Saul

What’s the one piece of advice you wish you had before you became a parent?

Make time for yourself and for your other half. Being a parent takes its toll on your relationship, your mental state, your body, your happiness etc.

Take the help when it comes and if it doesn’t, always ask for it. I believe every parent should go through some sort of therapy too.

It makes so much more sense to understand yourself before you can be a good parent..and be prepared for no sleep.

I didn’t realise how dire it can really get when you have 3 kids under 5 who don’t sleep, and the effect of no sleep can have on your mental wellbeing.

Okay technically that’s a bit more than the one piece of advice, but these are definitely stand out parts of parenting for me. I have to say, I am really enjoying reading the Danish Way of Parenting.

It’s such a fantastic book with so many key elements I have recently drawn from. Shameless plug but its now available on themothermaker.com.

Jessica and Iben have written the book for the American market but they have done a lot of research on the way that society in Denmark works and why they are the happiest country in the world.

Iben is a mum of two and psychotherapist and has worked in the Danish school system for over 10 years, and Jessica is a cultural researcher, parenting expert and journalist.

Their advice on everything is spot on.

What’s the one parenting tip you wish you’d just ignored?

To sleep when they sleep. I tried so hard in the early days to sleep when the kids slept. I am far too busy to sleep. I am just a busy person by nature.

My mind is far too busy too, and my thoughts would race around about all the things I had to do.

When I finally did manage to fall asleep the baby would wake up and then I would feel so guilty for trying so hard to sleep and worry that I wasted all that precious time when I could have unloaded the dishwasher, got through my emails, had a shower and maybe even painted my nails.

For me, an hour of alone time is far more precious than sleep. If it’s been a rough night I just go to bed when they do at 7 pm.

Work + Social Media – what advice would you give to parents who want to launch their own lifestyle business?

I am not sure I am the best person to give advice, I am only just learning myself.

But to any parent looking to launch a new business, I say: Go for it! and have faith in yourself.

Remember to always be original and think of ways to stand out. Also, research your competitors.

Because more often than not someone would have already thought of it before, and network, network, network!

Social media can be the most effective tool for reaching your customers.

How do you balance work, rest and play?

Haha, I don’t. Just this weekend was a prime example of me not balancing anything.

I had one child sick in bed with me and the other two at the park with their dad and I tried so hard to use the time productively, but it didn’t go to plan with my son needing far more attention than I thought.

Those kinda things just happen when you are a parent, and when they need you, they need you.

But what I lack in the ability to balance everything, I make up for the ability to separate the time that I am working and the time that I am with my family.

I am very firm about it. The time I spend with my family is sacred, and when I am working, I work like a maniac and hardly stop for lunch or toilet breaks.

That being said, I spend a lot of evenings on my laptop which despite me trying to not get into the habit of it, at the moment I can’t help it.

I am working on my own so I am having to do everything in the business so it definitely can take its toll on me. I have also resorted to having to work Saturdays until my youngest can start doing more hours at nursery.

I know my husband isn’t pleased about it, but I know he understands how important this business is to me.

MAXINE KERLEY – DIGITAL MARKETING EXPERT AT DIGITAL BON BONS
MAXINE KERLEY

What’s the one piece of advice you wish you had before you became a parent?

I think just don’t worry about the small stuff.

Like if it takes you two hours to leave the house, it’s fine, you’re on your own clock and that’s what matters – well actually you’re on your newborn’s clock, and that’s okay.

Just be kind to yourself and if you get out the house at all in one piece, with a fed baby, the changing bag, pram and looking reasonably alive you are onto a winner.

What’s the one parenting tip you wish you’d just ignored?

I don’t know actually, because all the ones we were given we tried if they worked great, if they didn’t we didn’t beat ourselves up over it, it just wasn’t going to work with our baby and what she needed etc.

Work + Social Media – what advice would you give to parents who want to launch their own lifestyle business?

Plan it out because having a plan will save you oodles and oodles of time that balancing a family and a business you just don’t have, every second is precious.

I would say start at the beginning, plan out your business, your audience, your ideal buyer – think right down to who they are, where they live, their age, what income they have, what their values are because then you can be clear on your business messaging from the start.

Think and look into website platforms carefully.

I know websites can seem like a huge investment but assess which platform will be right for you and also whether you have the time to physically get it created and up and running.

I know paying out can be hard when you are starting out but it’s a time saver and you have someone who knows what they are doing on board.

Think about your website content too, plan out your pages, your customer journey and finally build your strategy and plan of action.

How do you balance work, rest and play?

Oooooh it’s such a fun one isn’t it? The elusive balance we all crave.

I think since being full time on my business I am now starting to get the balance or tilt the balance board how I would like it to be.

It’s a work in progress but when I can do it I feel so much better.

I have recently started having Friday’s off with my daughter again which is lovely, and soon it’ll be another day too, which will make my working week shorter but I am hoping more productive as I will need to be to deliver.

When I’m not in the office I can often be found at the cinema (HUGE film fan) or out and about with my family. I also love seeing my friends and having that time for me, which I think is really important.

DIANA BARDEGA – FOUNDER, THE MAMAHOOD
The Mamahood

What’s the one piece of advice you wish you had before you became a parent?

I wish someone had told me…that there is no perfection. No 10/10. No top grade. No absolute answer.

That this parenting lark is all about trial and error, figuring it out, getting it wrong and getting it right. It’s messy.

But the only thing you need to do is believe in yourself. You have all the answers you need. You are good enough.

What’s the one parenting tip you wish you’d just ignored?

Every single one. I needed to find my own way with my own children.

Obviously, there were practical things that people shared, things I tried on the back of suggestions from others.

But in the end, I always did it my own way for my little family.

Work + Social Media – what advice would you give to parents who want to launch their own lifestyle business?

Find a tribe. People who will support you on the journey. Because it isn’t always easy.

In fact, starting a business can be fairly easy – there are very few barriers to starting small businesses these days, but keeping them going is the hard part.

It can be lonely – so you need people to bounce ideas, seek advice, share and support.

I hope this is exactly what The Mamahood means to our members!

How do you balance work, rest and play?

I’m going to be honest – I really don’t think I get this right. But at the times that I feel I do, I am always ensuring I am making time for myself.

A day off to see a gallery or go to the cinema. Perhaps regular time to exercise. Carving out time just for me.

When I do it I always get rewarded for it in renewed energy and a fresh perspective.

REBECCA – OWNER, BONBON BALLOONS

What’s the one piece of advice you wish you had before you became a parent?

Everyone is winging it and actually, nobody really knows what they are doing.

A useful tip would have been to know the terrible twos are just a rehearsal for the threes

What’s the one parenting tip you wish you’d just ignored?

Reading parenting books as every child is completely different. Trusting your own instincts is the best way, have faith in them.

Work + Social Media – what advice would you give to parents who want to launch their own lifestyle business?

We are in a world and time when people over share every part of their lives and it’s ok to hold back.

I don’t ever put my children on social media as it makes me feel uncomfortable and I believe you can launch and grow a business that can take on its own persona.

It’s your business and you can make the rules up as you go along.

How do you balance work, rest and play?

7 years on and I am still learning how to do this. I re
ally value family time, it’s always my first priority even if I work all night once they are asleep.

I make sure my work is always something that fulfils me and will make them proud one day.

LEAH + TAMU – CO-FOUNDERS, MOTHERHOOD RECONSTRUCTED
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What’s the one piece of advice you wish you had before you became a parent? 

Talk to each about the things that are important to you when it comes to parenting.

Try to decide before having children how you will handle those situations as things like discipline, schooling, religion etc.. form major parts of a child’s development and parents need to be on the same page or at least in agreeance.

Even simple things like haircuts and the kinds of toys they’re allowed to have should be discussed.

Are guns a “no”? Barbie was a definite “no” for me.

Also, this is gonna sound bad, but think about all the most annoying things about your partner your child could end up with those traits because genetics are STRONG so make your peace with them.

What’s the one parenting tip you wish you’d just ignored? 

I ignored so many, including the need to breastfeed.

I did for a while but it didn’t work for us and I didn’t feel guilty when I stopped, as I knew my daughter would be better with formula, but I know there’s so much pressure to persevere.

The other thing I’m grateful for ignoring was advice about co-sleeping.

My daughter slept with me as and when she wanted to, slept through the night from 3 months old and has done ever since, whether in her bed or mine.

Resulting in us both being well rested and less cranky.

Work + Social Media – what advice would you give to parents who want to launch their own lifestyle business?

Be honest. If you are honest it filters through and who is for you/ what you stand for will connect.

Don’t fall into growth games they are a trap but do engage with people. Social media is communication. It works in two ways.

Only share what you want to, not what you feel you should; don’t jump on bandwagons. Honour your truth.  If you share your children on social media be mindful of the social media footprint (legacy) you are creating for them.

Be clear about your brand message but be human.  If you are a parent running a business from your kitchen table that is fine and has value.

Don’t try to act like a big corporate, you can work your way up to that.  It’s important to give yourself room to grow and develop.

Remember you control social media, it doesn’t control you.

Put this somewhere you’ll see it often so when comparison rears its head you can tell it where to go.  L

astly, read actual books, reading is amazing for putting digital into context.

How do you balance work, rest and play?

I don’t think there is a balance but I do think you can find harmony. You need to have just said clear boundaries so you work when you are working, play when you are playing etc.

Sometimes it’s a mix of work and play, however, I need clear boundaries because it is easy for me to ram play into work which takes the fun away.  F

un is a crucial element of wellbeing, I take it very seriously!

I am trying to prioritise rest just as much as work or play.  Without being rested I cannot work or play effectively.

Even when there are times that work requires everything (let’s be real) I take time to wind down at the end of the day and connect with myself when I wake up.

This helps keep me grounded.

HARRIET SHEARSMITH – BLOGGER AT TOBY + ROO

What’s the one piece of advice you wish you had before you became a parent?

I wish I’d been told not to be so hard on myself and to try not to let every little thing worry me so much – I really do worry too much and I often suffer from feeling dreadful that I haven’t done enough or that I did something wrong!

What’s the one parenting tip you wish you’d just ignored?

Ohhh the advice around co-sleeping, cry it out and the rest of that.

When I had Edie I was heavily involved in lots of parenting groups for the blog and the women in them just tear each other apart.

I ended up convinced that I could never let my baby cry, that I was terrible for not giving in to her every whim… yeah, epic fail.

Ultimately every mother is different, every child is different, do what works FOR YOU.

Screw the sanctimommies.

Mum guilt – a real thing or something we’ve made up?

Both. I am very hard on myself and I get this feeling of mum guilt all the time, however, I also think that as a society we create unrealistic ideals for women which amplifies the feelings of guilt.

How can you not feel guilty when you have such high standards set upon you, both by yourself and your desire to be the best for your child and by society?

How do you balance work, rest and play?

Ha – badly. I work a lot more than I would like really.

One thing I’ve started doing is trying to switch off by 9/10pm (never happens) and then spend an hour or so winding down.

I try to balance the weekend as mine, away from the computer, but I inevitably end up spending hours on my phone anyway!

I’ll let you know when I figure it out!

NICOLA WASHINGTON – BLOGGER AT TOO MUCH MOTHERING INFORMATION, CO-FOUNDER OF MAKE MOTHERHOOD DIVERSE
Nicola Washington

What’s the one piece of advice you wish you had before you became a parent?

I always find this a really difficult question to answer as regardless of what anyone had said to me I don’t think I would have listened!

I honestly feel like there is nothing you can do to prepare for the relentless nature of parenthood.

The identity crisis, the strain on our relationships, and the feelings of being needed so much that you don’t feel you can breathe are things I can only understand fully now that I’ve worked my way through them.

I suppose the one thing I do tend to say to new mums though is to try and ignore anyone who tells you there is only one way of doing things.

Anyone who claims to have THE answer to feeding, sleep, crying etc is not to be trusted!

Every baby really is different, every mum is different and what works for someone else might not work for you.

What’s the one parenting tip you wish you’d just ignored?

Ha! Am I only allowed one?!… I think we have an unhealthy obsession with sleep in modern motherhood.

I was a slave to books that promised me the elusive full night’s sleep and to be fair my daughter first slept through the night at 9 weeks old (it didn’t last btw and she still climbs into our bed during the early hours of the morning five years later).

But the anxiety the strict routine caused me (not Gina Ford btw – I wasn’t that hardcore) didn’t do my already fragile mental state any good at all.

Two years later, when we were still cuddling our youngest on the sofa at 10pm when he was 10 weeks old, I wondered what on earth I had been thinking in the early days of my daughter’s life.

I do have regrets and wish I’d ignored all the sleep chat, but I also try not to be too hard on myself – I thought I was doing the right thing at the time and there is nothing to be gained by beating myself up about it.

Work + Social Media – what advice would you give to parents who want to launch their own lifestyle business?

Be prepared to work really really hard.

Being self-employed/ running your own business is more flexible than most traditional workplaces, but the work still has to be done! I probably work as many evenings and weekends as I did when I was a teacher.

My stress levels however are lower, and I am able to be the parent I want to be, but working for yourself is certainly not a walk down Easy Street.

And when it comes to promoting your business on social media, what you need is CUSTOMERS not followers, so don’t get too caught up in comparing the size of your following to other businesses.

You have no idea how many of those people are actually converting to sales so its a waste of your energy to focus on it.

Focus on what you are doing, offer people a reason to spend time with you on your social media channels by offering content that adds value to their lives, and if you can get them to buy into you and your story, they will hopefully become paying customers.

How do you balance work, rest and play?

I don’t think I do!

The hierarchy of priorities in our household is kids first, followed by the Mr’s work (as he earns more), followed by my work, and lagging way behind are the mythical beasts that are rest and play.

And I’m not saying that to glorify busy as it’s something we need to change, it’s just that I hate the idea of giving a false impression that I have everything sorted!

It does help that I enjoy my work so there are times when I combine play and work, but I’m also trying a “sometimes” strategy.

Basically, I sometimes play – I go out for drinks, see friends and go on day trips with the kids – but then I’ll follow it up with a period of resting when it’s early nights and lazy weekends all the way.

It’s not rocket science but it does mean I don’t feel the pressure to always get the balance right – that in itself adds to my stress levels!

One small thing I am also doing to build small pockets of me-time into my day is to read more books.

I’ve bought an alarm clock to wake me up in the morning and I leave my phone on charge downstairs overnight.

I then spend a few minutes every night reading before I go to sleep and not only do I feel like I’m getting a bit of the “old me” back, I also think I’m sleeping better.

Now I just need to convince the Mr to do the same!

ALY – BLOGGER AT ALL MUMS TALK

What’s the one piece of advice you wish you had before you became a parent?

I wish I treasured sleep more!

Because after Lucas was born I reached new levels of tiredness like all new parents do really.

What’s the one parenting tip you wish you’d just ignored?

The extended breastfeeding debate.

After Lucas turned 1 I was told so many times that I should just stop because it’s becoming either pointless or he’s too old for that.

I wish I listened my gut more and didn’t get emotional about all the chats I had with them.

Work + Social Media – what advice would you give to parents who want to launch their own lifestyle business?

Honesty is always the key.

When I started my blog I tried to find subjects I thought people would like to read. I forgot it was about my own journey as a parent.

So whatever you decide to write about, make sure it comes from your most honest thoughts, that’s what makes you interesting 🙂

How do you balance work, rest and play?

Some days I nail it, some days I fail it…It’s hard to call it balance when there are so many things to do and so little time for yourself as a new mum.

But I guess that if once in a while you remember to take a little break and recharge your batteries, then that balance thing starts to get shape again 🙂


In conclusion, modern motherhood is messy, demanding and hard and add trying to earn a living (freelancing, blogging, a full/part time job) into the mix, things get even more complicated.

The internet has opened the floodgates to all sorts of online possibilities which allows some parents the freedom to not have to go back to the 9 to 5.

But switching the 9 to 5 for the 5 to 9 (coz let’s be honest, it’s hard to get much work done when the kids are awake) doesn’t make the work any less valid or the juggle any less real.

There’s no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to parenting and earning money to keep the lights on in your home.

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