Mum Talks are delighted to announce our next evening event in partnership with Tales for Tadpoles and in association with The Irish Times!
We’ve been dying to have another night out with all the lovely mamas we meet every month, plus we’ve listened to the feedback from everyone who can’t make our morning events but want to be part of our growing tribe and look forward to hopefully meeting you all too.
Mum Talks is all about connecting people and this is going to be another great opportunity to meet like-minded women. You will be welcomed to Fallon & Byrne on Exchequer St. with a large glass of wine and there will also be plenty of food and nibbles to keep you going for the night!
Just like our morning events (but with wine and without babies!) we have a great line up speakers who are going to share their stories with us!
Joining us on the 27th June we have:
Jennifer Zamparelli spent 7 years on the popular comedy show REPUBLIC OF TELLY writing and staring in sketches and insulting celebrities such as Mark Walberg and Rita Ora on the red carpet. Most recently Jennifer co-hosted DANCING WITH THE STARS season three with Nicky Byrne on RTE1. She wowed audiences live every week for 3 months with her wonderful comedic personality, fantastic fashion style and ability to put contestants at ease.
Jennifer co-hosted the biggest radio breakfast show in Ireland BREAKFAST REPUBLIC on RTE2FM for five years. From Tuesday the 10th of June 2019 listen to Jennifer host her own radio show on 2FM from 9am.
Jen Hogan mum of 7 children ranging in age from 17 down to 3 and is a journalist (current Friends of Breastfeeding Journalist of the Year), a columnist (fortnightly parenting column for the Irish Times) and author of the best selling book “The Real Mum’s Guide to Surviving Parenthood. Jen is also a real-life parenting expert who is a regular on national radio and television, discussing all the things that affect and impact parents and families in 2019.
She is passionate about supporting parents on the rollercoaster that is parenthood. An advocate for real parents and the challenges they face while trying to juggle the ever-changing demands of parenthood in a time when expectations have never been so high.
Sinead Brady, a career psychologist, is a designer of organisational and career change. If you are dreading going back to work and maybe thinking of changing jobs or taking a career break, or if you are dying to get back to work and the guilt is killing you or perhaps you are thinking of starting your own business, Sinead will give you the tools to help you make and feel good about those decisions.
With a professional background in humanities, law, and psychology she has walked in the shoes of change. So, she intimately understands the exciting and scary challenges associated with it. A regular keynote speaker and media contributor, on careers, leadership and the future of work, her practical insightful approach has lead to a permanent slot on IMAGE.ie, Today FM Sunday Business Show, and she is a regular on RTÉ 2FM.
Founder and CIO (Chief Inspiration Officer) at Workstyle, mum to three girls, wife, daughter, sister, and friend she chooses to blend life and work. An early riser, a compulsive reader who adores red shoes, she exercises to stay fit and keep healthy. Not surprisingly her specialist subject area is the 21st-century workplace and the future of work.
Tales for Tadpoles
Tales for Tadpoles aim to bring the wonderful world of children’s books and illustration into your life with beautiful – and very special gifts for children that have been carefully sourced and handpicked, and of course gifts for adults too.
Children’s books and illustration play such an important role in all our lives. As children it is how we first discovered worlds that weren’t our own, and learnt new things about the one that is. It is an unfortunate thing that a lot of adults leave behind that part of their childhood and don’t look back. In fact, a lot of picture books and illustrated stories weren’t actually created with children in mind. Just look at some of our Arthur Rackham prints! Definitely not just for children.
So whether you are buying a gift for a child, for yourself or whether you just want to take a trip down memory lane, please browse their website and get in touch if you have any questions.
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