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Introducing myself and my journal: To Mother or not to Mother, that is the question.

About Me:
I am a Mother to 4 beautiful babes aged 7, 5, 3 and 2. Before babies I worked as a Lawyer. Now I run an online community for mums at www.mothersonline.co.nz. I spend my days working from home, being Mum, being a wife, running a home, and participating in community activities while desperately trying ro make some difference in the world around me and the ways in which families, individuals, countries and cultures relate to and co-exist with each other. I am committed to every child being valued and nurtured in an environment that is safe. I have no idea how this can be achieved, but I am totally willing to keep standing for it in our world. Love does make the world go around. Women and Mothers have the potential to impact this more so than anyone.

My Passions:
People, children, families.

My Challenges:
Resignation, cynicism, self interest.

My Vision for the Future:
People experiencing freedom and love.

My Areas of Expertise:
Law, internet, Mothering, psychology, communication.

Comments

JaniceW's picture

Kia Ora

Welcome to PulseWire. It's great to see another Kiwi joining this amazing community. You must connect with Jennifer, the Chief Operating Officer at World Pulse who embodies everything wonderful about being a mother. You can find her at: http://www.worldpulse.com/user/3. Under her photo, click on the "Add to my community" button and just invite her to be your friend.

You might also be interested in joining the Celebrating Mothers Worldwide group at: http://www.worldpulse.com/pulsewire/groups/1877 which has members from all over the world. There are so many amazing groups here, full of inspired and strong voices. I have no doubt you will find PulseWire to be engaging, inspiring and thought-provoking, and look forward to hearing your Kiwi voice ring out across the pacific.

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