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By Lucy Richardson, Mar 8 2017 01:36PM


As I take a moment to sit down and think on ‘International Womens Day’, take a minute to just STOP and really think about what I’m juggling – I can’t help but have a little wobble, cry and feel sorry for myself… for just one minute.


I’ve just had a battle with the toddler who refused to get in his car seat (again) I needed to get him to his afternoon Nursery session which I’ve worked hard to pay for. Hurt my hand and broke a nail in the process – those bloody buckles! I get back home to sit and think, still shaking after all that. My little girl is starting to suffer anxiety at the tender age of 5 (this breaks my heart) so my daily struggle of getting her to school in the morning is actually tougher than I realised, when I take a moment to stop and think.


Now I have a couple of hours child-free, I must get on with my long list of work things to do – interspersed with house work. Taking multi-tasking to a new level. Before its time to collect the children and do the swimming lesson before the tea time chaos commences.


So I sit and think about strong independent women, who have children and work like I do. It’s a tough call. After all, I CHOSE to put my career on hold to have my children. And I CHOSE to get my career back on track last year plus run my business whilst bringing up two children.


Why don’t you stop working and be a full time Mum? I’ve been asked this. My answer is that firstly, being a Mum IS full time, 24/7. Secondly, why can’t I work AND be a Mum? My Sister does it. My Mum did it. I work so hard in a freelance cut throat industry but I want to do it, want to achieve. I’m ridiculously busy but I think I’m being a great role model for my children who can see me achieving my dream. Always follow your dreams. To all the working Mums – you’re amazing.


By Lucy Richardson, May 11 2016 12:25PM

Meet the face (and hands) beind the hand made stationery!

Memento Stationery is run by creator Lucy Richardson, who offers a personal, friendly service to help reduce the stress involved when planning a wedding, party or event.


You can oversee the design process and Lucy will keep in touch with you at every stage of the design and making process so you can rest assured that you will be completely happy with the final product.



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