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in Freelancer Life, Podcast

Becoming a Mumboss – My Story: Podcast Episode 1

Hopefully you’ve read about my podcast launch and I’m so excited to bring you my first episode: Becoming a mumboss. I wanted the first episode to set the scene, introduce myself and tell you about my personal journey of leaving the 9 to 5 after being made redundant on maternity leave. I really hope you enjoy it and that it brings some inspiration and mojo.

Becoming a Mumboss: How it all began…

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in Freelancer Life, Podcast

Can We Have It All? My Podcast

Dun dun duuunnnnn…I’ve talked about it, I’ve hinted at it and now it’s finally here…my podcast has launched!

Can we have it all?

Real conversations on navigating your thirties and forties, leaving the 9 to 5 and being a working mum. Inspiring you to take that leap to do what you truly want to.

In a nutshell, that’s what it is. The reality of working for yourself, leaving a more “traditional” job in pursuit of something more flexible, creative and fulfilling. All those things that you want to know but never get to ask.

Thanks to Katie aka Proper Social for filming & producing this video trailer. 

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in Family Holidays, Italy, Travel

Flying with a three year old and a baby

[ad-gifted: I mention Jet2 in this post because we’ve paid to fly with them for the last 8 years now. Our Easter flights were gifted to us but I wouldn’t be writing this if we hadn’t genuinely enjoyed our experiences flying with them. The other items I mention below were also gifted to us but have been a total dream – and they’re cute! I’ve also included an affiliate link.]

We’ve continued to travel since having kids, our first holiday as parents was when our daughter was just 11 weeks old and we travelled at a similar time with our little boy too. We’ve flown, we’ve driven around the UK and even driven to a ski holiday, up the mountains in France. So we’re not afraid to travel with our kids but our Easter trip will be the first time flying with a three year old and a baby: an 11 month old that is. Last time we flew, our baby boy was 5 months old, still breastfeeding and way less fidgety, so we’ll be planning ahead…

Flying with two kids – The preparation

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