A day in the life of a working single mum
Before I started my business, I worked four days a week as a consultant in the city. Part of the reason why I started my business was because every day was a struggle logistically. I felt exhausted every single day, and had such little time with my daughter. It got easier as she got older, but when she was under two it was a real challenge for me. Here is a typical day in the life of a working single mum with a baby.Continue Reading →
Tinder Surprise – Part 4
In Part 3 of the Tinder Surprise Blog Post series I wrote about how great everything was going in my last relationship (until it ended), and I’m going to pick up where I left off…Continue Reading →
When was the last time you treated yourself?
When was the last time you updated your wardrobe or bought a new accessory for yourself? For me – it doesn’t happen all that often. Let’s be honest, as single mums we are pretty budget conscious and we probably need to spend our money on more important things like food, bills, rent and schooling.Continue Reading →
Setting Goals As A Single Mum
Earlier this week I wrote about how to find your identity again as a single mum. As part of that I touched on goal setting. As a new single mum, goal setting is a great way to get back to finding yourself if you’ve lost your identity in your last relationship. It’s a great way to get yourself back on track and back to feeling confident and good about yourself.
Having children does put our own dreams on the back burner and it’s not easy for us mums to work out what WE want. When was the last time you thought about what YOU wanted to achieve?Continue Reading →
Six ways to find your identity again as a single mum.
A break-up is the perfect opportunity to find the real you, to start a new chapter in your life, and to create any future you want. Now is the time to get back to finding YOU. It is so common to lose yourself in a relationship, so rather than dwelling on the negative aspects, take this as an opportunity to find your identity again as a single mum. The you who has dreams, who has fun, who is inspired, and who is motivated. The you who is confident, the you who is a great role model for your children.Continue Reading →