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How to juggle work, life and motherhood

Join The Jewellery Cut and Cult of Youth for a frank discussion on what it’s like to run your own business and bring up children at the same time

Tuesday January 29, 2019 By The Jewellery Cut

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Work, life, motherhood: the juggle is real, people. Join The Jewellery Cut and Cult of Youth for a frank discussion on what it’s like to run your own business and bring up children at the same time.

Held during The Jewellery Cut Live – a boutique jewellery show at The Hoxton Holborn on the 18th & 19th of February, 2019 – this event will explore the stresses of modern-day working motherhood, but will also be an inspiring morning for budding entrepreneurs with tips and tricks from our panellists on everything from keeping toddlers at bay while on important phone calls, to assuaging the mum guilt and work-life management skills.

Journalist and founder of The Rock Mum blog, Siobhan Lismore-Scott, will chair a panel of inspirational working mothers including Kelly Seymour, founder of jewellery brand Cult of Youth, jewellery designer Alice van Cal, Roxanne Rajcoomar-Hadden, founder of the Goldie Rox brand and bespoke London jeweller RRH Jewellery, and The Jewellery Cut founder Rachael Taylor. As well as hearing their tales of setting up business with babes in arm, this intimate session will allow for interative discussion in the room and you will have the chance to ask the panellists questions and share your own experienes, problems and quandries.

Tickets for How to juggle work, life and motherhood, with The Jewellery Cut and Cult of Youth include access to the main The Jewellery Cut Live show and a glass prosecco – or other drink of your choice – from the bar. There will also be complementary nibbles, tea and coffee, and a manicurist from celebrity favourite Nails & Brows will be on hand to give free express polishes to anyone who has purchesed a jewel at the show.

 

This talk will take place at 11.30am on the 18th of February at The Jewellery Cut Live, held at The Hoxton Holborn in London. Tickets to this intimate session are limited, with only 20 places available. Book your ticket here.

Jewellery designer Alice van Cal with her son

The Jewellery Cut editorial director Rachael Taylor

Roxanne Rajcoomar-Hadden, founder of Goldie Rox and RRH Jewellery

Kelly Seymour of Cult of Youth with her son Elvis

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