Parenting through a pandemic: Join Mother Pukka on Friday, April 24 in conversation with Dominique McMullan
17th Apr 2020
Anna Whitehouse aka Mother Pukka
Finding parenting through the pandemic a bit of a challenge? You are not alone. Join Mother Pukka aka Anna Whitehouse in conversation with Dominique McMullan on Friday, April 24 at 8pm.
Anna Whitehouse aka Mother Pukka is an author (‘Where’s My Happy Ending’, ‘Parenting The Sh*t Out Of Life’), an Instagrammer with over quarter of a million followers, a campaigner for flexible working and a person who also happens to be a parent.
Anna is a leading voice for parents around the UK, where she is based, and indeed much further afield. She talks openly on her platforms about the difficulties she and her partner have faced throughout their relationship; from multiple miscarriages, to being a working parent and now to parenting through a pandemic.
The average work day is 8 hours, the average school day is 6 hours and the average parenting day is 12 hours. That’s 26 hours of labour in a 24-hour day. You are not failing, it is too much #flexappeal
— Anna Whitehouse (@mother_pukka) April 8, 2020
In this virtual conversation, which is free to IMAGE readers, Dominique McMullan will chat with Anna and answer any questions (submittable via the IMAGE Instagram page) about the realities of pandemic parenting and how to balance work, young kids, your relationship and your sanity throughout a global crisis.
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