Being a Mum Doesn't Need to Be What Gets in the Way

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I wanted to talk about something that is quite raw for me ....self-confidence. When I had my first child, I lost my confidence big time and felt that I wasn't good enough to find my career again!Looking back, I know how wrong I was because it was fear dictating that I could never reach my full potential. I also learn't that I had post-natal depression and overcoming that was a huge milestone for me  - and made me a better person. Fast forward, I have a thriving business and lots of you are learning how to get your career back on track with Careers After Kids

You don't have to feel that there isn't a job out there for you. You don't have to feel that there isn't flexible working for you. You don't have to EVER feel that you're not good enough - because you are!I've been in recruitment for many, many years and have hired lots of mums, so I know what works for employers. There ARE opportunities for you - you just need to believe in yourself!

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Published: April 10, 2019

Hi, I'm Louisa

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The biggest thing I’ve learnt from having a career and being a mum is the ability to be strong enough to say, “this is the life I want” and not feel guilty for saying it. I know, it’s easier said than done right? But, I’ve been able to do this by organising my career in a way that doesn’t inflict on family life.

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