Would you like to be in the March 2021 Issue of Mumpreneur Movement Magazine?

Would you like to be in the March 2021 Issue of Mumpreneur Movement Magazine?

Hello beautiful people,

Hope you’re going extremely well.

Mum or not, you are welcome to join our amazing community of women (and men). We invite you to submit an article, however, please note that due to previous contributors committing to a spot than not submitting an article (we understand life is life) Moving forward, we will not save a spot until we receive your article unless we know you are a reliable source.

This opportunity shouldn’t be taken lightly especially given the reach of the magazine and the amazing women we are getting on the Front Cover. Not only is this great for you to leverage it also adds to your creditability and authority.

It can help grow your business, speaking opportunities, and others who want to connect with you. It can also lead to other amazing opportunities that all contributors from 2020 will have the chance to win.

An email will be going out in the next couple of weeks outlining the specifics – yet what you need to know is that we are creating a competition where all of our 2020 contributors can go into the draw to win the March Front Cover spot + Showcase + Full Page Ad – worth over $5000!!!

This is going to be a yearly competition so if you have thought about contributing and want the opportunity to be on the Front cover then make sure to submit your article!

To check out the guidelines, go to the unit section found in the Mumpreneur Movement group, and you can download the pdf there.

March’s issue’s theme is Influence.

The topics that this can include are:

– How to be a leader when you are an introvert
– Being a leader and a mother
– The power of being an influencer
– The ripple effect
– How to be a leader when you don’t feel like it
– Your personal story of becoming a leader
– Owning a business means you are a leader
– How to take lead in the bedroom
– Personal Branding is the new black
– How to Become an Influencer in Any Industry
– Non Social Media Ways to grow your business
– How to use your influence for good
– The difference you can really make
– 10 Best Practices to being influential
– Create for that one person who’s life you might change
– Taking a break from social media and how it can benefit you
– It’s not about the numbers (on social media)
– Are you creating just for the sake of creating?
– How to be an authentic influencer?
– How {insert person’s name} changed my life
– Do your research, don’t be sold just by a good sales pitch
– How to sell without selling
– Sell with heart
– Are you really in it for the right reason?

These are just ideas, your article can be linked to the theme directly or indirectly.

We look forward to an awesome collaboration!

Ready to submit your article? Fill in this form.

Send us a message if you have any questions or suggestions to make this work smoothly for us both.

Much love, 

Tam and team x

What’s new in 2021? Join me and my family in our journey to making this year a better one.

What’s new in 2021? Join me and my family in our journey to making this year a better one.

Hello beautiful people,

How are you all? What a year!

There are some changes unfolding here at the Mumpreneur Movement Magazine and wanted to keep you in the loop.

The first big one is we are going quarterly, we tried monthly and even though we have enjoyed sharing more women, we are taking Danielle Gardner’s approach and slowing it down so we can enjoy the content more, share the stories and contributors more, and have more space to connect with even more amazing women!

The next thing depending on COVID Restrictions – I am going on the road and I want to connect with more Mumpreneurs in person by interviewing one or 3 (at the same time). So if you are around any of these areas please fill out this form and let’s see what magic we can create.

I will be around the Sunshine Coast as of the 23rd until the New Year and would love to connect with some Mumpreneurs who would like to share their story, wins, learnings, passion, purpose, challenges and so on.

TASMANIA – February
I am heading down to Tasmania in February for an adventure with my family.

I am facilitating at a retreat for the Ultimate Girls Week Away 2021 – Victoria, Australia and will be around the area for a few days prior.

The next announcement will be in the next blog post. Send us an email our join our Facebook group for more exciting news!

Let’s welcome 2021 together!

Much love,

Tam x

What is the Mumpreneur Movement about?

What is the Mumpreneur Movement about?

Many have asked me what is the Mumpreneur Movement about?

I always respond with it was created to support women to do life, motherhood and business differently.

It sounds pretty doesn’t it, but what does it really mean?

For me it means that I was so sick and tired of seeing fluffy content focused on this that didn’t really matter, content that eluded that I wasn’t pretty, fit and wrinkle-free enough, that I must be failing because my business wasn’t automated, making millions of dollars; of have hundreds and thousands of followers.

I also felt that there was such a disconnect between what a mum really is and how it’s portrayed in today’s society, especially on social media.

Just take a scroll on Instagram you can see thousands of influencer mums looking stylish and put together as do their children. Their house looks immaculate and they seem to have a perfect life.

Though it’s not real, yes some of it is but we don’t get to see behind the scenes, you know the real stuff like trying to juggle being a mum and being a boss whilst never having enough energy to make love to your partner (or with yourself, I don’t’ judge). That you can’t always take a perfect selfie, and yes it’s normal for kids to argue and fight amongst themselves as it is for us to mess up.


Life, motherhood and business are messy, chaotic and can feel like you are on a rollercoaster that never ends.

Sometimes it all seems hard and you hold on for dear life and try and control everything and everyone which only makes things work (like being on the rollercoaster the only thing you can control is yourself).

Then sometimes it all seems easy and fun which is when you let go of the safety bars and surrender to wherever you are being taken.

It is this duality, the challenges and experiences, the ups and downs that we have that make us stronger, wiser; more resilient as well as making us more grateful.

So I created the MM as I wanted you, women around the world to know that you aren’t alone and never will be. I am here for you, my beautiful community. As is each woman who is journeying with us.

I am here to support you, educate you and empower you through the best way I know how – The Mumpreneur Movement Magazine that shares real-life stories & expert advice from authentic women (& from a man or two) who understand you and where you are at.

This is who the Mumpreneur Movement is and I am so proud of the contributors who show up for each issue and share authentically, openly and loving for all of us to gain from.

Together we can thrive if we are willing to support each other.

So much love,

Tam x

Working From Home

Working From Home

Sounds luxurious doesn’t it – where you have the ability to wake when you want, sleep when you want, do things around your work? 

If you are someone who has worked from home for a long period of time, know that isn’t the truth. With millions of people losing their jobs or having to close their bricks and mortar business or offices, they have to pivot and make their spare room their new office where all the action happens.

Yet, if you are a mumpreneur, not only do you have your office at home, you will also have your kids at home too unless you are an essential worker. So, not only are you doing everything you can to manage your business and to keep it growing, but you also have to juggle homeschooling, feeding times, exercising the wildlings, and more. 

Being experienced not only in working from home but also homeschooling for nearly 3 years, here are some tips on how to be more productive working from home.

1. Your Own Space

Find a space that you can make your own. It might be a table, corner of a room, a whole room if you are lucky, and create firm boundaries with your family about what your expectations, needs, and wants are for your space. Are they allowed to touch your computer, pencils, or that highlighter that they are eyeing off even though they have 10,000 other colouring in pens and pencils

2. Find Your Rhythm.

When do you work best? Is it at night after everyone is asleep or early in the morning before everyone wakes up?

I wake up around 5-5:30 each morning, do my morning practices then smash out my most important jobs, not only because I don’t have as much distraction, but also so I feel accomplished. How well does it feel when you get 2-3 big things off your to-do list ticked off? So create a schedule for work, play, and rest to make sure you don’t end up with burnout.

3. Be Intentional

Working from home can get a little tricky because it’s totally up to you to prioritise and organise yourself and your work. I like to have focused work time on different tasks. This means I have a dedicated time for answering emails, dedicated time for working on the magazine, dedicated time for my co-author book, dedicated time for brainstorming, this means that everything that is important gets time each day and doesn’t get lost or left behind. It also means I’m completely focused on one thing at a time, as I have found I have a better capacity to finish something rather than start different tasks/projects that don’t get completed.

The Pomodoro technique works well for this. Click here to find out more how to practice the Pomodoro technique.

4. Family Time

Make sure to take time out for yourself away from the computer and to connect with your family.

From 7:00 am, I am in the kitchen with my family having breakfast, chatting, and getting everyone ready for our morning activity. Which for us is a morning run for my husband and daughter, whilst our other daughter and I ride our horses (check out the video below), and our son either runs or rides his motorbikes which we all do up the back of our property. For others, it might be exercising, playing outside or simply colouring in. Whatever it is, do it with your family to give them undivided attention. Remember to turn off your phone until you have finished.

5. Our Own Time

In our house, we have something called soul hour where we each have an hour to do what fills up our cup. For my son it will be playing the PS3 or watching a movie, my daughters love watching how-to videos on youtube, painting, playing with their dolls, as well as colouring in or playing a game. For me I love to read a book, paint, write, have a nap, watch an inspiring video, or listen to my latest audiobook.

6. Food for the soul

Make sure you have stocked up on healthy nutritious food and snacks to keep your energy flowing throughout the day. When you eat good food and drink good water you have more energy, focus, and attention. Have dedicated time for lunch which you can also create as time together with the family to talk about what everyone has been up to throughout the day and plan the afternoon.

7. Schedule time to be creative

Whether with your kids or by yourself allow yourself to be creative whether it is dancing, singing, painting, writing, crafting, and so on. Being creative helps you to become a better problem solver, helps you develop confidence within yourself and your ability as you grow your skills, gives you the opportunity to let go of control and allow flow into your day. I can’t tell you how giving myself permission to be creative has improved my mood, my business skills as well as giving me the opportunity to connect with my children through something that they love to do and isn’t a chore.

Let go of perfectionism.

8. Disconnect from Tech and connect to nature

Make getting outside a priority multiple times a day. We go for a family walk/run in the morning then we all get outside around 90mins of work. Not only do you get the goodness of the sun but also moving your body and being outside and getting the nurturing energy of mother nature (electromagnetic frequency) that has scientifically been proven to be highly beneficial for our wellbeing.

9. Know when to walk away

Whether it’s with work or kids there are going to be times when you feel overwhelmed and stressed. You aren’t a bad mother for losing your cool or feeling like giving up. If you feel that a situation is getting too much. Step back, breathe, and if need be walk away. Go and do something to help you reset and rebalance. I like to use Qoya Shaking for myself, meditating, going and sitting outside and deep breathing and patting my animals help me calm down so I can go back to what I was doing with a better frame of mind.

10. Be kind and compassionate to yourself and others. 

Right now everyone is going through their own experience with the world’s current environment, including yourself. Coming from kindness and compassion will help you to navigate this time with more ease rather than getting into fear or reacting to people negatively. Their actions are reflections of their inner world. Imagine receiving kindness from someone when your world is falling apart imagine how that would feel?

11. Embrace this time

Regardless of whether you like isolation or not we all are experiencing it and all have to live with it. So instead of rage against it, we can embrace it and find positives whilst using this time to invest more resources into our wellbeing, personal, and professional development. We all have time, we just have to be willing to use it in a way that benefits us most. 

Finding Balance As a Mumpreneur

Finding Balance As a Mumpreneur

Finding Balance As a Mumpreneur


So you have taken the step and started your own business. How exciting! I bet you are feeling a rush of different emotions right now. There is probably so much going on in your life. You are not only running a business but also running a household as well – superwoman right there!.

Have you ever heard the saying ‘there aren’t enough hours in a day’? This is a saying that rings true for Mumpreneurs all over the world. There just simply is not enough hours in the day to get everything done on your lists. Even though you have started your own business and have started it with the mindset that you will get more time at home with your family – it doesn’t always work out like this from the beginning. There will be times when it seems like you are giving all your attention to the business or the opposite and not giving the business the time it needs to become successful. You may start to feel like you are letting your family down because you are spending too much time trying to make the business successful.

This is where finding a work life balance is important. It is not only important for your business, but it is also important for your family. And most importantly it is important for your own mental and physical well being.

What is work life balance?

A work life balance is finding a way to be able to comfortably complete the different tasks that you have on hand. A way to be able to stop juggling the business and your family and start balancing them. A healthy work life balance is important as it ensure that you are giving the right time and energy to the right area during the scheduled time. It also means that you are putting yourself in a more stable and comfortable environment which will impact your mental and physical wellbeing.

A work life balance does not mean that you have to spend equal amounts of time on each part of your life. It simply means that you need to find a balance that gives all aspects of your life the time that they need and deserve. One part of your life may require more time and attention than another part. This does not mean it is unbalanced, it means you are balancing it properly.

How do I achieve it?

Achieving a work life balance can take a little bit of time to master in the beginning, especially if you are in the start up phase of your business. Take an afternoon on your own where you can be left alone and peaceful. During this time write out the different aspects of the business and the aspects of your life and list each aspect in its importance and how much it means to you.

Knowing all the things you have to do and having it all laid out on the table will help you to start creating your balancing plan. Having a balance between your work and life means that you are able to focus on the right areas of your life at the right time.

Why is it important?

A work life balance is important for a number of reasons. It helps to create an environment in your mind where you are focused and reduce the stress that you may be feeling. It helps with the drive of the business, because you know when you are going to be working on the business and you know that you have X amount of time to complete a certain task.

It is important for your personal life as it helps to give you back your own time. It provides you with time to spend with your family without having the business stress looming in the back of your mind.

Having a work life balance will help with your overall mental and emotional health and help to reduce stress and anxiety surrounding the number of things that you need to do.

Finding balance is important and something that every business owner should strive to do. It is not only important for you, but it is also important for your business and those around you. Id the people you spend time with can see that you are stressed and not able to give them your full attention then it can start to affect your relationships.

So take the time to look at your balance and how you can achieve it.





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