Need Advice On Balancing Business And Home Life? Our Working Mums Club Q&A Could Help

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by Hannah Fox |
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Business mentor and stress expert Heather Bestel will be answering questions on how to successfully manage your work life while bringing up a family

Whether you’re heading back to work after maternity leave, or looking into starting your own business, juggling motherhood and work can be a challenge for many mums. But for Heather Bestel, it’s about finding the right balance and support so you can create a happy, working lifestyle.

Heather is a mum, therapist, author and award winning business mentor. She’s travelled around the UK speaking at conferences about stress management, set up a blog for mumpreneurs and founded The Happiness Garden, an online virtual retreat for women.

She’ll be available on Thursday 19 June from 1-2pm to answer questions on our Facebook page for our Working Mums Club Q&A. She can provide tips and advice on managing stress when you work or run your own business, putting yourself first in the workplace so that everyone benefits, boosting your post-baby job confidence, growing your business via social media and creating a business around your family.

Simply post on our Facebook wall from 1pm, tweet your question to @MotherAndBaby or email if you’d prefer to be anonymous or aren’t free on Thursday. We’d love to hear your tips too so share them with us on the day.

Keep up with our updates here and on social media with the hashtag #workingmumsclub

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