This article is authored by Angela Priestley and is published by Women's Agenda. Many of us like to believe there’s a social shift occurring that is seeing more men take on traditionally feminine roles, particularly in the home. That’s because without such a trend, we’re unlikely to see much change when it comes to reducing … Continue reading The percentage of stay-at-home dads is as low as the percentage of female CEOs: Coincidence?
This article is authored by Erin Bunch and is originally published by Well and Good. New Jersey-based magazine editor Jenny Jones (at her request, we’re using a pseudonym) had the perfect pregnancy. “I was super healthy, I worked out four to five times a week, I felt great,” she tells me. The 32-year-old, established in … Continue reading America’s Mothers are isolated, anxious, and depressed- here’s why
This article is originally published by HRM. Pregnancy and parenthood too often negatively impact women’s career prospects. How can organisations and new mums alike ensure this doesn’t happen? New mums are a busy bunch. Sleepless nights coupled with endless wash cycles and round-the-clock watch on a vulnerable, albeit adorable, little blob means there isn’t much … Continue reading Should new mums keep in touch while on maternity leave?
This article is authored by Melissa Corso, Director of The Balanced Mother, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. Day light savings has started. I am getting lots of questions about how to prepare for it. So I thought I would put my advice into a blog article for you all! If you have an early riser your problems … Continue reading Daylight savings guide
This article is originally published by Safe Sleep Space, part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. Where do you turn when you can’t get your baby to sleep? There are mountains of articles and online forums - not to mention advice from friends and family - but there are also professional sleep consultants you … Continue reading How to Choose a Sleep Consultant – Podcast