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Career advice and tips to help manage the work-life juggle as a parent

Jodi’s perinatal anxiety story: “My experience was real and heartbreaking”

Our co-founder Jodi Geddes describes her experience with perinatal anxiety after the birth of her first child.

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The unpacking of self-acceptance

Learn to accept your whole self: the good, the bad and the awesome.

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Our co-founder, Kate, talks money and taking control of your financial wellbeing

Money, money, money: Circle In’s own Kate Pollard talks money management and why financial literacy is essential for every entrepreneur.

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The changing shape of support for working grandparents

Grandparents are often the preferred providers of care for children whose parents are working. But many are juggling work and care commitments, too.

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Jodi Geddes’ family reconnected on holidays

Jodi Geddes reflects on why taking a break from city living was vital for her work-life harmony.

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Confessions of a recovering overthinker

Is your overthinking keeping you up at night? Career coach Claire Seeber shares her tips to help you get out of your head and into the present.

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Eco-friendly hacks for busy working parents

Want a better world for your kids? Here are some ways to reduce your footprint without compromising on convenience.

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Eight reasons why you need be on LinkedIn

There is never a more critical time to use LinkedIn than when you are planning to go on parental leave or take an extended career break. Leah Lambart of Relaunch Me explains why.

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What your family size means for your career

Should work influence your decision on how many children to have? For those in a quantity quandary, we look at the impact of family size on career.

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Thoughts on the end of parental leave

Whether you’re a first-time dad, a mum of four, on three weeks’ parental leave or two years’, the lead up to your return to work is a time to reflect.

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