Laura Keogh began her career in fashion and beauty PR in New York and then moved onto plum jobs in Toronto’s fashion media biz. Then she had her daughter and to her surprise, her vision of working motherhood took a turn she didn’t expect and eventually her popular food blog, Sweet Potato Chronicles, was born.
Food + Wellness Mamas
Chef Alexandra Feswick says mashing up parenthood with her career keeps her at happy and at ease no matter how busy her schedule gets… and with no regrets.
Allison is the owner of September Project. In her own words, it’s ” all about unique and honest messaging (i.e., stuff you actually think and want say to the people you care about) delivered simply and beautifully in a way that lets the words do the talking. Today she’s using the power of words to share her personal experience of miscarriage which we all agree should be an on-going and open-hearted conversation instead of a secret.
After a first career minding major athletes and rap stars (including a stint with Kanye West and surviving the Taylor Swift hooplah by his side), Nova Browning Rutherford is now a personal development coach and speaker. She’s carved out a career that’s better suited to her desire to help others, however she admits her three-year-old twins can often test her own well-honed life skills. Here’s her road-tested self-care advice for working moms.
Christine Russell is the co-founder of 889 Yoga in Toronto and was fresh from a week-long retreat when we had a chance to talk about her life as a mom. With her mind and spirit cracked open from her week of self-discovery, Christine is fearless and frank about what’s in her heart for herself and the community of mamas she’s come to know since having her own girls, Waverley, 2-years old, and Winslowe, 9 months old.