Great ways to give busy mums a hand while building a future for themselves and their families

We all know how time-consuming meal planning and cooking can be for a mum so we found The Full Freezer a great place to find valuable help. It offers recipes, tips and ideas about freezing meals, free downloads and online guides and e-book to buy from their shop. Mums can also help the planet by reducing food waste while feeding their families with tasty and healthy meals cooked from scratch. Check it out clicking the link above and let us know what you think about this method!

If you have being looking for your children for their first years and are seriously thinking of starting a new professional chapter in your life, childcare will be a key tool to help you succeed. An au pair could be the right choice to support you and take off from you some of the responsibilities of your daily routine without losing control. It can also be a cultural experience that can benefit the whole family and can improve the language skills in kids. Click the button above to see if this little help can be game changing for you.

Having kids with food allergies can be a stressful and demanding experience. Deliciously Allergy Free was created by a mum that struggled with food allergies with her little one and decided to investigate and make changes from the root with incredible results. The site offers free recipe e-books and advice, as well as an online programme for support and guidance and a membership club to join and learn how to deal with food allergies without spending hours cooking and worrying about it all.

GOOD TO KNOW

Did you know about the different government schemes and benefits you can use to upskill and reskill? 

NATIONAL SKILL FUNDS

It aims to help adults to train and gain the valuable skills they need to improve their job prospects. As part of the government’s Plan for Jobs, you can gain qualifications in a variety of sectors, take part in Skills Bootcamps to build up sector-specific skills and fast-track to an interview with a local employer. If you are interested in pursuing a career in technology, you will find plenty of Bootcamps to upskill with fully funded courses. At the moment, it also covers sectors like Construction, Engineering and Manufacturing, Green Skills and Rail. Check out more here.

KICKSTART SCHEME

You can benefit from offering someone from 16 to 24 years old (on Universal Credit) a job placement for six months which will be totally funded by the government. The scheme was created to help young people at risk of long-term unemployment and employers can spread the job start dates up until 31 December 2021. Click here to find out eligibility and how to apply.