The Show

Five Women.
Five women in business.
Five mums.

Five women coming together to discuss topics that are sometimes swept under the carpet. Five women who want to change the narrative and break stereotypes.

We are the modern day women whose roles are to inspire, cultivate and support the next generation as well as our fellow men and women who in today’s society are sometimes left behind and not nurtured to be the best possible versions of themselves.

We want to break the silence; converse and shine a light on issues as well as provide key tips and solutions on how to positively move forward with each subject matter by sharing our own personal experiences and knowledge.

There is a moment when you have to choose whether to be silent or stand up to make the difference and this is what this show is about…

Topics to expect this season

When to get financially naked with your partner

Getting financially naked with your partner means when is the best time to share details of your financial situation with each other. Are you in debt? Are you overdrawn on all your accounts? Do you have outstanding student loan debts? Have you had CCJs? When is the right time to come clean and discuss this with your partner? Do these debts now become your partner’s debts? Is someone’s financial situation a deal breaker?

UK Schooling System

Is it true that children in the UK from ethnic minorities are being failed by the schooling system long before they even dream of going to universities like Oxford and Cambridge? In this episode we will talk about children’s early years of schooling from when they first start school in reception to leaving primary school in year 6. Are children being commonly labelled in schools? What are the hurdles we as parents face when dealing with the UK educational system?

Dating with Kids

This episode will be discussing the trials and tribulations of tackling the dating world whilst being a mum in business. When is the right time to introduce your child to someone you are dating? When do you tell the person you are dating that you have a child? What are the best avenues to find love as a single mum in business? Dating sites; pros and cons. New man goals!

Self-employed vs LTD vs PAYE

Many people do not actually know the difference between being self-employed, having a limited company and being PAYE.  After all we wasn’t taught this in school. What are the pros and cons with each of these different avenues and which would be the best for you? Some people are taking the plunge from PAYE to becoming self-employed or LTD. Is this as daunting and some say? What are the foundations needed before taking the leap.

Relationship changes after having a child

Having a child, especially your first child is a big change to both parents. Your world will never be the same again. But what are the factors that causes these changes? Is it possible to keep consistency in a relationship after having a child?

Abuse in relationships

Unfortunately abuse in relationships is a very common thing! Abuse is not always physical it is often verbal and mental too. Women in the UK are assaulted or beaten every nine seconds. 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men have been in abusive relationships. 20 people are abused by an intimate partner every minute adding up to 10 million each year. How do we get women to speak out and seek help? What are the signs of an abusive partner? When is enough, enough?


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