Kate Christie – Time Stylers (Melbourne, Australia)

  This post is part of a series of Professional Parents Profiles where working parents around the world share their stories and experiences of family work balance.  Whether you own a business, would like to or work full or part time, you can share your story too!   Together, we can all share ideas and inspiration to find better …

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Aimee Foster – Mum Amie (UK)

This post is part of a series of Professional Parents Profiles where working parents around the world share their stories and experiences of family work balance.  Whether you own a business, would like to or work full or part time, you can share your story too!   Together, we can all share ideas and inspiration to find better balance. …

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Tiffany Mason – Mason Coaching and Consulting (New York, USA)

Tiffany Mason is 25 years old and lives in New York City.  She started Mason Coaching and Consulting a year ago and is expecting her first child in December 2015!  I love that Tiffany responded to my callout on Sourcebottle for working parents to share her perspective of being right at the beginning of this journey. …

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Josh Steimle: MWI (Hong Kong)

This post is part of a series of Professional Parents Profiles where working parents around the world share their stories and experiences of family work balance.  Whether you own a business, would like to or work full or part time, you can share your story too!   Together, we can all share ideas and inspiration to find better …

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Why being a working mom works for me: Audra's story

When I first started Professional Parents, many years ago now, I had a vision of all of us working parents sharing our stories and through this, learning from each other and finding better family/work balance. I've been fortunate to meet Audra, who lives not far from me in The Hague, The Netherlands.  She's from America …

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I Am Extra Special: Book series for parents to discuss important issues with children

Guest Post for Professional Parenting Network by Bel Messer of I Am Extra Special Children look up to us as adults to tell them the truth. When they ask us important questions, it is good for their intellectual growth to be entrusted with an age appropriate and truthful answer. This belief is precisely what led Rosie …

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Social media and oversharing: What children need to know

                  Have you posted something online or on social media only to regret it later? How about your child? Surprisingly, this frequently occurs as our society becomes increasingly connected with technology and social media. It’s easy to leave a passionate message about bad service at a restaurant …

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10 tips for new parents – but also useful for more experienced parents too!

I stumbled across this beautiful parenting video which shares 10 tips for new parents - but also useful for more experienced parents too! Beyond this blog, I also blog over at Zestee and am a social media & marketing teacher - one of the things I've been teaching my students there is how advertising is …

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Do your children have hobbies and talents? Look at this 9 year old!

My girls are now almost 6 and 8 and enjoy swimming and dancing.  This 9 year old has been studying martial arts for some time and is amazing to watch!!  I'm already finding it hard to deal with my youngest's temper tantrums when she doesn't get her own way, I'm not sure I'd want to …

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