Working Mums Struggle to Manage Movement Restrictions
By Emilia Ismail
OF THE MANY ways Covid-19 has changed the lives of working mothers everywhere, being at home while working, and educating and caring for the children may be the toughest of all. It has taken a pandemic for the realisation to dawn that we’ve taken schools, grandparents, nannies and sitters for granted. Child-rearing responsibilities, tasks that are usually outsourced, are now falling squarely back on parents, especially working mothers.As a freelance writer, I provide content-writing services for various events management companies....
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