The Tale Of Amanda Woodward-Brown



“My husband and I both have a long commute, so to make the mornings as drama-free as possible, on Sunday evening I organise the girls’ clothes and bags for nursery as well as my outfits for work for the week ahead. We also try to plan out meals in advance. Despite all of this, I still feel like my life is like an episode from that TV show ‘The Amazing Race’, running against the clock from place to place, and often forgetting coats or bags for nursery, or even to shut the front door! Not so long ago I interviewed a high-profile, very successful mother of four and she said that juggling work and motherhood is about embracing the chaos. It is so true, it makes it easier if you make peace with the madness and realise that it’s rarely going to run like clockwork,” says Australian-in-London Amanda Woodward-Brown on the daily juggle working mothers face...

After spending six years working at marie claire magazine in Sydney, the now mother of two girls moved to London and landed a job at Net-A-Porter. She then went to work at NINE IN THE MIRROR, a very chic e-commerce store for the expectant mother. She recently joined the team at women’s footwear brand Rupert Sanderson as head of content.

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