Leanne, Springfree™ Trampoline’s Young Manager of the Year has had a big year. We all joined her on her pregnancy journey, giving birth to her beautiful little man Lewis. But if adapting to motherhood isn’t hard enough, she did this whilst completing her final exams for university.
So let’s just re-cap. In 2010 Leanne worked full-time receiving huge accolades for her professional life, had a baby and completed her 4-year university degree, graduating on Friday.
So let me just say a HUGE congratulation to Leanne from all of us here at Springfree™ Trampoline
She is the one in the middle.
The Springfree™ Trampoline office has a number of working mothers, juggling career commitments and motherhood AND importantly making it work. So how do they do it?
Leanne (Finance Manager):
I don’t drink Caffeine so that’s not the answer…. Here are her tips:
Simone (Consultant): You have to have patience, flexibility and an understanding family. Only do what you can cope with, and leave the stuff that does not have to be done immediately.
Sophie (Marketing Team Leader):
A great read (if you have the time):
Working Mother’s Survival Guide
Melissa Doyle and Jo Scard
The Working Mother’s Survival Guide is a must-have resource for all new mothers who want or need to continue working after their baby is born. It’s packed with essential information and advice on everything you need to know from pre-conception to returning to work to help you get through this amazing but challenging time.
How to manage your work commitments and family life?