#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…

Your six point checklist for returning to work

A guest post, by Laura Duggal, a career coach for mums It can be absolutely terrifying returning to work after a career break or maternity leave.  That place you used to saunter into with coffee in hand, ease into your comfy chair and smile at all the faces you knew so well. But now you’ve…

A Pregnancy Pause or career suicide?

When I was on maternity leave (not all that long ago) I came across a US campaign called The Pregnancy Pause. I had heard of this term before whilst speaking to one of my clients about maternity leave rights, but didn’t know it was an actual movement. In a nutshell, it’s a campaign to help new mums explain their baby induced hiatus to prospective employers. The main crux of…

Q&A with PR Week

A few months ago – just before I started back at work – I did a Q&A with the team at PR Week. They wrote up a really nice piece as a result of our conversation, but we did cover some more ground, and I thought it might be nice if I shared the whole interview…

How to make the most of your KIT days

I’ve been pretty busy recently, partly because we went away on our first family holiday (I’ll be writing about that soon) and also because I have been doing some KIT days with work. In my opinion KIT days are an essential part of returning to work, not least to ensure you have the confidence to hit…

Guest Blog – Introducing Rachel

Rachel works for a digital educational publisher in Oxford and lives in Witney with her husband and two-year old daughter. She is the newsletter editor for Witney and District NCT branch. Rachel re-affirms my belief that there can be life after baby and doing something for ‘you’, something you really love, can help ensure you…