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Citymothers' founder Louisa Symington-Mills has written an enlightening piece for the Guardian's Women in Leadership explaining how she manages the guilt of returning to work following her maternity leave. Louisa describes how her excitement of returning to work in a… read »
A candid article was published in the Observer last week, focused on the reality of what it is like to be a mother in today’s society. Suzanne Moore believes that ‘it’s not all about you’ once you have a baby, but the title ‘Mother’ does not need to be all… read »
The New York Times published a fascinating article earlier this week providing an insight into the lives of Wall-Street Mothers with stay-at-home fathers. In such a highly competitive business, where employees must be constantly focused entirely on work, the 'new… read »
An interesting piece in the Evening Standard by Anne McElvoy : Are you a stranger to the school run? Have you ever made it to the annual play? As children settle back into class, Anne McElvoy reports from the frontline of working parenthood Before I had children, I… read »
An interesting comment piece in the Huffington Post by Rachael Dempsey: Earlier this week, I was in a meeting with a professor when the issue of women's advancement in the professional world came up. I was in the process of making some vague, general statement when… read »
Results so far from our Dutyfy survey show that a huge proportion of you believe that having childcare options at work would drastically improve life for working parents. It is more crucial than ever to provide affordable, convenient and high-quality childcare. Not… read »