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  • Working Mums: Stories by real women on how they manage children, work and life.

    Compiled by two Australian mums to help support other parents, Working Mums: Stories by real women on how they manage children, work and life is a collection of empowering stories from Australian mothers. The book’s primary aim is to help working mums feel less alone in their challenges to juggle work, children and daily life. Readers might also be inspired to try new careers.

    Contributors to Working Mums include:

    • Missy Higgins, singer and songwriter

    • George McEncroe, founder of Australia’s first all-female rideshare  Shebah, radio host and comedian

    • Annie Nolan, social commentator, author of the popular ‘Uncanny Annie’ blog, and wife of AFL Western Bulldogs premiership player Liam Picken

    • Alisa Camplin, Winter Olympic champion

    • Simone McLaughlin, founder of Jobs Shared

    • Ella Haddad, Labor Candidate in Hobart

    • Kristy Vallely, founder of the immensely popular ‘The Imperfect Mum’ online community

    • Chloe Chant, early childhood educator whose letter to a senator went viral

    • Carly and Alee, QLD same-sex IVF couple

       

      For more information and blogs from this book please visit http://www.workingmumsstories.com

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    Press Release:
    • Interview The Mercury Tas Weekend 24-25 February
    • Warcry interview and review March 2018
    • Article Kidspot 1 March
    • ABC Brisbane and ABC Sydney 5 March
    • ABC Hobart and ABC Perth 8 March
    • Herald Sun extract 10 March
    • Daily Telegraph subscriber website extract 10 March
    • Daily Telegraph interview 17 March
    • Kinderling radio and website forthcoming (Conversations)
    • Just Mums recruitment website 18 February
  • “I  love how it's not a How-To book. Rather it's "Your story is my story. You are not alone. Go forth and change your circumstances and the world.  This is a really important book. Everyone from HR to Federal Politics needs to read it.
    I don't think I would buy it if it was just women's stories of how they went back to work and how to do it.
    These are REALLY important stories.
    This is practical feminism for mums!”
    Christine Jolly