My Vision 👀 For Mother Honestly In 2022
Join us as we elevate women and families now and beyond!
Hello Mother Honestly Fam and Friends! As we get ready for the Women’s month in March and a flurry of activities here at Mother Honestly, I wanted to share with you my vision for Mother Honestly and our plans to elevate the lives of women and families at home and in the workplace. Despite the challenges of the pandemic and the impact on women - especially mothers, you have found ways to survive.
What I'm about to share - you are currently experiencing as a mother yourself. The pandemic have slammed women on every front - work, finances, relationship, home and life. Multiple surveys at Mother Honestly and other leading organizations shows that millions of mothers are being forced out of the workforce. In fact 41% of working mothers are currently contemplating leaving the workforce. The impact could be as high as 17.6 million workers (mostly mothers) out of the workforce due to this pandemic.
Part of why I built Mother Honestly was because I truly wanted women to live their best lives in and beyond motherhood. This pandemic is a direct threat to that vision. I want you to not just survive, I want you to thrive and flourish.
This is where I am asking for you to show up.
This spring, Mother Honestly is launching key resources to help you thrive personally and professionally.
The MotherBoard: In the coming days, we will softly launch the Motherboard, our first-ever service offering - a platform for 1:1 personalized guidance for women who want to get advice on big decisions at home and in the workplace. In the past This is an opportunity to weigh personal and professional concerns in real-time with an expert and receive advice, tools, and resources tailored to you and you only. Start to navigate the daily unrelenting challenges you face on the homefront and workfront with thought-leaders in parenting, work, and life.
Membership: We are building a world where parenting, home, work and life can co-exist, with the right structure and processes in place. You will be able to purchase a yearly membership (the cost can be expensed to your employer as well, and if you are an employer looking to make this a benefit to your employees, then you need to be chatting with us right now). As a member you will get access to our monthly fireside chats, quarterly summits and toolkits that addresses childcare planning, household management, productivity, and motherhood at work. The amazing Audrey Goodson Kingo, former Editor-In-Chief at Working Mother have been hard at work getting these toolkits built.
Podcast: Our podcast is making a comeback this Spring focused on the future of women at work. I am so excited to announce that we will be joined by Andrea Mullan, CEO at Victory PR to interview the most amazing women, founders, and employers who are pushing us forward at home and in the workplace.
Summit: Our upcoming Caregiving and Work Summit registration will be announced shortly. Please bookmark your calendar for March 25th, we will be sending out an invitation this week. As always, if you are employed, you can expense the cost at $39.99 as learning and development.
I look forward to your participation, feedback, and support as we embark on this journey together. If you’d love to be involved in any capacity as a collaborator and partner, please email me directly at email@example.com