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Let’s talk about solo mum guilt

You may have heard the term 'mum guilt'. Many mums describe feeling guilty about not doing enough as a parent. Not doing things right, or making decisions that may disadvantage your children in the long term. Working too much, not being financially secure enough,...

2 lessons that have helped me thrive as a solo mum

When I made the decision to pursue solo motherhood I realised that to thrive as a solo mum, I must wholeheartedly embrace this path. There was no room to question my decision, or to wish things were different. If I was going to do this, I needed to do it with 100%...

Why deciding to become a solo mum took me 5 years

When I was 29 I split up from my partner of 7 years. Not long after, I started doing the maths! Although it wasn't ideal and certainly wasn't my original timeline, (marriage at 30 and kids shortly after) I thought to myself, at least it will still be possible to...

8 ways dating changes when you become a solo mum

Many of my coaching clients ask me "is dating any easier when you become a solo mum?" Like everything it's not that simple, and I'm quite sure people experience it differently. I've detailed out the 8 things that have changed for me about dating since I had my...

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