10 Tips for Working Mums

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14 thoughts on “10 Tips for Working Mums

  1. Robyn says:

    Great tips and just in time for me as I’ve started job hunting now that my first is 15 months old. I’m quite nervous but I think you’ve provided lots of tips here which will help. I’ll definitely need to be more organised, and I’m kind of looking forward to having a proper lunch break that doesn’t involve a screeching toddler to my right, haha! I will miss him terribly though 😉

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  2. Alexandra | I'm Every Mum says:

    This is great advice. I found it really difficult when I went back in to work. Infact I failed spectacularly in it and I’m now back at home but I should’ve just been part time at first that would’ve worked well for me, this is what I’m looking for now xxx Fantastic advice


  3. Alex lambandbear says:

    I’d agree with all of your tips here. I worked from when Lamb was 10 months until around 32 months when I was made redundant. Being pregnant i’ve decided not to look for another job and concentrate on my blog and children’s clothing line from home. I’d definitely like to get back into work when the kids are in school xx


  4. The Anxious Dragon says:

    Great tips for going back to work. Its important to aknowledge that you will feel guilty. But you would do if you stayed at home as well(i cant buy my child this, or afford to take them there as I dint work). Guilt is the default emotion for parents.
    Thanks for sharing with us, Tracey xx #abitofeverything


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