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NORWICH: Busting the Supermum Myth with Anya Hayes

  • St Giles House Hotel 41-45 Saint Giles Street Norwich, England, NR2 1JR United Kingdom (map)

Finding your mojo through sleep deprivation, lonely yet never alone, trying to find more joy in the day to day, supermum meets super career. If any of this resonates with you, you will LOVE this new event. 

We Got This (sometimes!) is proud to present to you Anya Hayes, author of new book THE SUPERMUM MYTH.  

Ideal for mothers of ANY age children (if you can somehow get a couple of hours off), as well as those on maternity leave, we will be gathering at The Walnut Room, St Giles Hotel, Friday 19th January 10am - midday. Babes in arms are most definitely welcome. Tea and coffees will be available.

We will chat to Anya about tools that help women navigate through unhelpful thoughts into a more positive, resilient mindset…aiming to get us through the week with as least stress as possible!

That is NOT all….

How often do you get a lovely, in action or casual photo of you and your baby / you and your friends / or even JUST YOU?!!?! Photographer Charlotte from Emily Gray Photography will be on hand to snap profesh photos, you can pre-order your prints when you buy your ticket!

AND:

Jackie Hamilton School of Therapies therapist Sarah O’Donnell will be offering complimentary hand massages, there will be a hair braiding station from Hairsmiths, a make-up artist will be on hand to hide the tiredness with some make up tips AND there will be super swag filled goody bag!

The Plan:

  • 10:00 Busting the Supermum Myth with Anya Hayes, followed by a q&a
  • 11:10 Book signing, Massage, Hair Braiding, Make up, Mingle. 
  • 12:00 Ends

More info about Anya Hayes:

Anya is a mama of 2 boys Maurice and Freddie, she is a Pilates teacher, a writer and editor, specialising in pregnancy, motherhood, mindfulness and wellness. The Supermum Myth, written with Dr Rachel Andrew, is a toolkit of therapies ranging from mindfulness and CBT techniques, alongside many other established talking therapies, to help you turn around negative thought patterns and learn to stop comparing yourself to others, or berating yourself for not living up to the unrealistic notion of Supermum.

Please note St Giles Hotel have kindly agreed to keep a room aside downstairs for buggies. Photography will be available as long as there is sufficient interest, if not, this part of the ticket will be cancelled and refunded.

Earlier Event: December 6
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Later Event: January 31
NORWICH: The Scummy Mummies Show!