Being a stay at home Mum can be great, you're there for all of the milestones, you don't have to worry about finding (not to mention paying for) childcare and there's no commute to worry about. However it can get a bit lonely, and dare I say it, a little bit boring! Your brain feels … Continue reading 5 signs it’s time to change from Stay at Home Mum to Mumpreneur
Being a working Mum can be great. With the right employer, the right childcare and the right support it can work and lead to happy Mum and happy children. If it doesn't seem to be quite working for you, check out these signs that it's time to become a Mumpreneur. Your Sunday is ruined by … Continue reading Five signs it’s time to quit your job and become a Mumpreneur
Tell us your name and a bit about your family. When did you become a Mum and to whom? I am a mum to three children, the oldest one being Shantell (30), Serena (14) and lastly 12 yr old Joshua. What's your business called? 1st Aspirations - Event Planning & Consultants Can you describe it … Continue reading 1st Aspirations – Running an Event Planning Business
As a mum, sometimes you feel you have to settle with juggling and compromise. You’re either in a job you don’t want to do because it fits around school pick up times, or, you’re not spending enough time with your little one as you have to be at a job which is longer hours than … Continue reading A freelancers market means that you don’t have to settle
Tell us your name and a bit about your family? When did you become a Mum and to whom? I'm Caroline Cavanagh, wife to Nick who is in the army and Mum to Nadia and Eden who are 12 and 11. What's your business called? My business is called Adding Zest Ltd Can you describe … Continue reading Adding Zest Ltd – Helping Young People Manage Anxiety
When you were little, it seemed so simple. You wanted to be a firefighter, a nurse, a teacher or, in my daughters case, a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle. Once you're a bit older it's a bit more complicated (you realise you're never going to be a turtle, green isn't really your colour after all) and … Continue reading Which Business is Right for You?
Tell us your name and a bit about your family? When did you become a Mum and to whom? My name is Hannah, I'm married to Phil and we have two children. Toby is 2 and was born in July 2014, then our daughter Martha joined us 6 months ago in May 2016. What's your … Continue reading Mumpreneur Story: Apples & Pips
Tell us your name and a bit about your family? When did you become a Mum and to whom? My name is Emma Reed and I currently live in Basingstoke with my husband, Rob who I have been with for ten years, and my son, Jake who is almost three. We bought our house in … Continue reading A Mum writers story: Your Teething Baby, from one Parent to Another
You may not know you want to become a Mumpreneur until you've been a Mum for a while but even if you've known since before you conceived that running a business was for you it can be difficult to know when the right time is to get started. To help you decide we've explored the … Continue reading When is the best time to become a Mumpreneur?
Tell us your name and a bit about your family? When did you become a Mum and to whom? Hi my name is Jacqui Edwards, I became a Mum to Alice in 1999 when I was 33 years old. I have been a single Mum for the last 17 years! What's your business called? My … Continue reading Alice Reins – Creating a product to support horse riders with disabilities