What is a Happy New Mum mentor?
Happy New Mum’s mission is to support mums by creating an open and safe space to discuss mental health issues, and other topics about motherhood.
From our experience, we know how important it is to have a supportive community during good and especially bad times, which is why we have started this mentorship.
A Happy New Mum Mentor is here to help. If you are looking for advice or support from another mum our mentors are here for you! They are other mums just like you, who have been through the same ups and downs, and would like to help in any way they can.
Hi, I’m Meagan. I am a full-time working mum, my son is almost 2 years old and I am passionate about writing, my career and helping others. I created Happy New Mum with the hope that it would help other mums during both good and bad times.
You can contact me at:
Twitter – @mumproject DM
Email – email@example.com
I’m Katie, a 30-something mum who lives in Glasgow with her husband, toddler daughter and ginger cat. By day, I’m a digital content designer working in the public sector. By night, I’m blogging away about feminism, flexible working, travel and toddler-wrangling.
I know how hard it can be to be a new mother. You’re overwhelmed, exhausted and confused – without the right support, it can be easy to feel lost. Just talking to someone who has been through it before can help you feel a little bit less alone.
Hi, I’m Jacqui, a mom to 5, through adoption and natural conception.I started my blog when I took 2 years off to be a SAHM.I write about my day to day adventures and misadventuresin parenting, life, and marriage. My blog is an honest account of my MESSY “mamahood”.Tales about the joy, the fun, the laughter and the tears of parenthood can be found there.A teacher with a BA in Psychology.
Parenting is one of the most rewarding yet difficult experiences ever. There are so many emotions that flow through you. Sometimes those emotions can get the better of you, having someone to talk too, share with and journey through these experiences may help in conquering the fog that we call parenthood.
I want to help purely and simply because no Mum, no one at all in fact, should ever feel alone or that they have nowhere to turn.
I want to help because when I had my first child seven years ago I felt isolated and alone . I didnt have anyone to really talk to , so I relied on online networks. I’d like to be able to provide that same support for other mothers.
My name is Samantha Crookes, I’m a single mum to 2 amazing boys. I have done a guest blog post on the subject of autism and daily life and routines. I will offer support and advice drawing from my own personal experiences ranging from mental health to managing studying or work and being a parent. You can contact me via my Facebook page and also on: firstname.lastname@example.org