A Group For SA Mums-In-Business Is A Real Thing

Sisters are doing it for themselves!


Emma Charlton

1 February 2019

Emma Charlton

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One South Aussie mum is getting behind all South Aussie mums and has created her own group with an exciting event on this weekend!

Sally Harding is a 27-year-old Women's Fitness Coach and PT whose owned her own business Sculpted By Sally for six years and... she’s a mother of two.

"I wanted to create the ultimate supportive mama community, helping one another succeed, providing an outlet from the daily hustle and celebrate our super human ability to multi-task, find balance and juggle being a working mum," Sally said.

Sally's vision led her to create SA Mums in Business which is holding its first sold-out event on Sunday, together with inspiring speakers, yummy food, freebies and of course, bubbles!

"I'm so excited to see my vision come to life, meet these superwomen face-to-face and step back from behind the screens of social media and connect in such a raw, honest way.

"The no judgement zone where it's ok to leave your little ones for the afternoon and socialise with like-minded women who understand your juggle” she said.

The panel of speakers include Olivia Jenkins – General Manager of Vani-T, Tammy Keirl – Founder of The Milk Boutique, Claire Foord – Still Aware, and Emmah Evans – CF Mummy, who will share their advice and appreciation for the 80 SA Mums attending.

Kate Whiting from Seven’s House Rules is the MC and says "I think families and mums in particular are going through a really big transition phase where we’re juggling a lot more than previous generations”.

“We all know Motherhood presents a whole range of challenges, personally and professionally and I certainly underestimated how difficult it would be returning to work after having a child,” Kate said.

“For Sally to create an event that celebrates our local Mums in Business is incredibly brave and something I’m very happy to be a part of.

“We’ve seen the Women Supporting Women movement in recent years so I’m hoping this will spark support amongst mums, not just for working mums but for all mums. Less judgement from one mother to another would go along way!"

"SA Mums in Business is a great way to interact with local businesses, collaborate with other SA Mums or come along and simply meet new mama friends and gain support," Sally said.

"The feedback has been so positive and the demand for Adelaide to have events like mine is high. I'm feeling very blessed to bring this tribe of hard-working mums together to celebrate their juggling lifestyles and show them a good time!"

A second event is expected to be held on May 26 with tickets to be released soon.

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