Note our new venue! Cafe en Seine, Dawson St
Mum Talks are monthly meetups for women looking to feel inspired, learn something new and make new friends. Babies are welcome too! A light breakfast will be available throughout the morning. You will also get to meet loads of amazing mums, bonus!
Mum Talks are delighted to have partnered with The Irish Times for this event as part of The Irish TImes Summer of Family series. You can find some great tips and support for families on the Summer of Family website here
Mum Talks believe strongly that being a mum should not stop you reaching your career goals or enjoying your life passions, both of which are vital for self-care but can sometimes feel forgotten about or may need to be re-evaluated when you have children.
Mum Talks host meetups in a friendly and comfortable environment and invite 3 inspiring speakers to share their story and the tools they use to help navigate this exciting (and sometimes daunting!) time. Babies are more than welcome to join while you learn and feel empowered.
Mum Talks aim is to give you confidence and empower you as you get ready to return to work after maternity leave; or are thinking of starting your own business; or are adapting to life as a stay at home mum.
We are delighted to announce our speakers for July!
Jennifer O’Connell is a Saturday Magazine columnist and features writer with the Irish Times, specialising in human interest stories, interviews, news features and opinion. She has been a journalist for over 20 years, and prior to the Irish Times, worked in The Sunday Business Post, RTE, TheJournal.ie and independent TV production studios. She’s a frequent guest on TV and radio panel shows including Brendan O’Connor’s The Cutting Edge, and last year presented a two-part documentary series on stress for RTE. After stints abroad in Sydney and the San Francisco Bay Area, she came home to live in Waterford in 2016 with her husband and three children.
Mairead Ronan has been working in media since 2002, she went straight out of college into a job in Today FM. She started off by making the tea and posting out prizes and went on to produce one of the biggest radio shows in the country and also being on air. Mairead fell into TV totally accidentally in 2007 when she was asked by Daire O’Brien to appear on The Panel and has steadily worked in TV since from Celebrity Banisteoir to Getaways to Republic of Telly and most recently Irelands Fittest Families. She is also the 2019 Champion of Dancing With The Stars! Mum to three children (12, 2 and 10 month old), Mairead is also co – founder of Faro brushes.
Jacqueline Kelly, Our Brave Hearts. Having felt a huge loss of identity after the birth of her first child, Jacqueline realised that there was a huge gap between the reality and the expectations of motherhood. She has spent the last few years coaching mothers who feel like she did. Jacqueline is a mindset coach who works with mums that are stuck in that place between who they used to be and who they are becoming. She helps mums get very clear on who they are whilst holding space for them so that they can continue the transition into the woman they know they are meant to be. A huge part of her work involves challenging the fantasies that have been built up around motherhood.
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