My name is Mick Hughes and I’m a physiotherapist and exercise physiologist. I’m also a husband and father to a three year old daughter and nine month old son, and am very proud to say that I work three days
A great babysitter is a valuable resource to busy parents and working mums. However, finding the right babysitter can be daunting so here are 6 tips to bear in mind when you are looking for babysitter bliss for your little ones. Here are 6 tips
2016 was the first full calendar year of blogging here at Undercover Mum. What a year it was! Let’s recap… A grand total of 30 blog posts were published, including guest blogs by Loopsy Mum, Employee Champion, Natalie
It’s that time of year when the childcare rebate starts running out for many working mums, especially those with full time roles using daycare most of the work week. The childcare rebate seems to provide an unintended disincentive for
I thought preparing for my return to work after maternity leave included organising a start date with my employer, negotiating work days and hours, start and finish times, finding suitable daycare and work clothes that actually fit. Wrong!
It’s that time of year when the childcare rebate starts running out for many working mums. If you work full time yours has probably already run out by now. I know a manager who works full time and removes her children
So you’ve decided to become a working mum? I know how daunting and exciting that can be. There’s probably a million thoughts going through your head about how you are going to juggle motherhood, career and life. You are probably
Undercover Mum: Stay at Home Dads (SAHDs) have always intrigued me. When I first returned to work after starting a family I will admit there were days when I fantasised about being a working mum supported by a SAHD. These