An evening with Vicki Psarias author of Mumboss
Friday 28th September 19:00 - 21:00 at Windsor
In Mumboss, Vicki Psarias, founder of HonestMum.com, shares her #mumboss manifesto for surviving and thriving at work and at home. Vicki writes about everything from juggling work and family, to regaining your confidence after having a baby and battling imposter syndrome. It was chosen by the Independent as one of the 10 best business books written by women.
Meet Windsor resident, multi-award winning vlogger, blogger and now author of Mumboss in an intimate Q & A with drinks and nibbles at Waterstones Windsor.
Vicki will be discussing how she created a personal brand (working with global brands on her blog) while sharing her life's ups and down, and now, sharing all that she knows about creating a flexible business in her debut book.
Vicki will be signing copies after the Q & A.
Praise for Mumboss
'Vicki is one inspirational mumboss, who shares her secrets to juggling a thriving business with raising a family in this entertaining and empowering read!' Una Healy
'Ideal for going back to work without losing your mind . . . a no-nonsense guide to navigating the transition' Marie Claire
'If ever there is a person who has shown just how successful you can be online whilst also being an amazing parent it is Vicki. Read, learn and follow. A brilliant book from an inspirational mother'. Natasha Courtenay-Smith, author of The Million Dollar Blog
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