Meet the Mums Building Empires Between School Runs©
If you’re looking for proof that it can be done, or motivation to get started…look no further than these AMAZING women!
Before having my children, I would never have described myself in these terms. I was Deputy Headteacher in a Primary School and would regularly spend 60 hours at school and another 20+ hours working at home. My career consumed me...
But what inspires me to push through this (and moments of self-doubt) are...
On returning to work, my eldest was put in before and after school club, my baby boy was in full time nursery day care, my other half left for work at 6am each morning. By time we had got home from work and collected the children it was tea and bed for them. As a family we hardly saw each other, but also the money was terrible, the child care was expensive and left me with just £50 a month after working my ass off for a full time 40 hour a week job. I'd had enough!
Amelie was diagnosed at birth with Down Syndrome in March 2017 that devastated us all and so our grieving process began.
You might be the story someone needs to hear
to start building their Empire…
If you have a story that could encourage and empower an emerging entrepreneurial mum or women then share it with us and become a part of ‘Mums Building Empires between school runs’.
We made this feature to help and inspire other women and mums that either have, or are thinking of, starting a business of their own. We hope to do this by connecting them with real women that are in the process, or have created, their dreams and inspire others while juggling day to day life…women like you!
We’d love to share your journey on:
- how you came up with the idea of your business
- how you got started
- what hurdles you had to over come
- how you cope with managing a business and a family
- what inspires you
- where you started and how far you’ve come
- any advice/tip you wished you’d been given
- …and anything else you would like to share
Please send your inspirational story (supported with any relevant pictures you have) to firstname.lastname@example.org