Podcast / 27 April, 2022 / Ellie Thompson

Parental Control, Ep 57: Guilty Mother Talks Mum Guilt, Work-Life Balance And Bringing Up Confident Kids

My Baba’s Editor Ellie Thompson welcomes Guilty Mother blogger and tech entrepreneur Jo Wimble-Groves to the show to discuss mum-guilt and how best to juggle the work-family life balance.

Jo also chats about what we can do to bring up confident children, and how we can help our kids overcome negative feelings of poor self-esteem and low self-worth. We focus in particular on daughters, following the launch of Jo’s new book, Rise of the Girl: Seven Empowering Conversations To Have With Your Daughter, and the importance of getting girls into activities that will help build life skills such as teamwork, communication, and resilience. The episode also touches on the impact that social media and the so-called ‘Khardashian’ culture is having on our children.

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About Jo Wimble-Groves

Guilty Mother blogger Jo Wimble-Groves is a successful tech entrepreneur and the co-owner of an award-winning global communications company called Active Digital. Jo is a mum of three and a passionate advocate of women and girls.

In 2016, she started her Guilty Mother blog about parenting, work-life balance, and how we can instil resilience into our kids. Jo is also a keynote speaker and in 2010, she was named as one of Management Today’s “35 under 35” as seen in The Sunday Times. Jo is an international author and her book; Rise of the Girl – Seven Empowering Conversations to have with your Daughter is available now in the UK, the US and Australia.

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