Toddler lockdown activities

If you’re anything like me you’ll be scratching your head for new ideas on what to you with your toddler during lockdown, especially on those overcast days when you can’t get outside… Here are some of our favourite things to do, all based on recommendations from friends and family, and our old friend Google of…

Parlez-vous lockdown? The parent edition

I recently read this seriously funny piece in The Telegraph all about the 26 key terms we’re now all using as a result of the coronavirus lockdown. Whilst it had me nodding away in agreement and giggling to myself at some of the references to my working life, I noticed a few key terms and…

Views on International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day conjures up mixed feelings for me. Firstly – and in a positive light – it reminds me how far we have come, but also unfortunately it also makes me reflect on how much further we still have to go to reach gender parity for our future generations. I recently found out at…

What is imposter syndrome and 5 tips to combat it?

Have you ever felt like you were a fraud in your job? Like you aren’t qualified or good enough to be where you are? Waiting to be found out? Chances are you are suffering from a very common issue called ‘imposter syndrome’. Guest post by Kate Turner, Motivational Leadership So what is imposter syndrome? Imposter…

Those 3 words, “Don’t worry but..”

It’s every parents nightmare. You are on a client call and see those three fateful words pop up on your phone, “don’t worry but..” and they are from your childcare provider…. Well that’s exactly what happened to me yesterday. I was on a video call with a client and I saw a text pop up….

#ShareBaby demands that UK PLC stops defining how we should parent

Every so often you get to combine your passion project with your day job. And that is exactly what I will be doing today when we launch an exciting new campaign for one of our clients called #ShareBaby. So let me introduce you to #ShareBaby, an initiative very close to my heart. It’s the brainchild…