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Empowering mums


I hope you had a lovely Christmas and you’re looking forward to 2018.

Christmas can be great, but it can also be bloody hard work. Especially for mums.

Apparently, “Christmas is doing a little something extra for someone“ Charles M Shultz.

I don’t think Mr Shultz recognised that sometimes Christmas for a Mum is doing a little something extra for everyone.

Forgetting about Christmas, how often do you take time out to do a little something extra for yourself?

I absolutely love being a mum, but I’m struggling to identify when I last had time to stop without feeling guilty that I should be doing something else (and that doesn’t include putting the kids on the time out / naughty step)

I have created TruWellbeing empowering mums workshops to give us that time out where we give ourselves permission to think about ourselves. They are designed to help you sort out and get on top of the pressures we all experience in day to day life.

Just like a sports coach helps an athlete improve, I am a life coach who can help you get the best out of your life.

There doesn’t have to be anything “wrong” with your life to attend. The philosophy is about making small changes that have a big, positive impact. Kind of like a big comb that can straighten out tangles when your life gets a bit messy.

The empowering mums workshop is a relaxed session where mums can bring kids, arrive and leave whenever they want. The workshop runs at Quaker house, Mutley from 1:30 – 3pm. The first and last 15 minutes are “zone in – zone out” where you get yourself in the right headspace.

Every week we cover a different fun, engaging and motivational topic. It follows the inside out program (which runs on a Tuesday 10am & 7pm) but with a bit more focus on juggling the pressures of motherhood, work, family and life with a group of supportive and likeminded women. I’ll make the room as child friendly as possible and there is space to park up a buggy.

I run a no pressure policy – getting on time anywhere with kids isn’t always easy. The workshops run at the same time weekly and there is no commitment to come to every session. You can just come when you want, although hopefully you’ll like it so much you’ll want to keep coming back.

The first session is free and then from £4.83 depending on how you want to pay.

Please message me if you’re interested in knowing more or if you want to book your place.

Take Care,

Bianca x

p.s. If you know anyone else who would be interested, I give you full permission to invite them on my behalf.

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