Mind Peace with Mina

If you missed this morning’s interview with Mina Ahmed or want to remind yourself of some of the things she shared with June during the show, here’s your chance to do just that…

Especially if you’re a mum running your own business and you want to find out how you can turn guilt into growth!

From guilt to growth

If you’re a mum in business, the story this week’s guest on Girls Around Town will be sharing could well be one you’ll want to hear…

And maybe even one that rings a few bells with you too!

A psychotherapist and the founder of Mind Peace, mother of two Mina Ahmed runs her business from home and, since November 2018, has been on a mission to support hundreds of other mums after her own challenges during her postnatal depression, her past traumas and a challenged relationship with her parents had left her lost, lonely and in a very dark place.

Mina will be live in the studio in the second hour of the show, joining June to explain how, since launching Mind Peace four years ago, she’s completed no fewer than 80,000 hours of workshops, public speaking, research and client work around stress, anxiety and trauma emotions.

She’ll have news of her first self-development help book, following the journeys of three mothers in business challenged with mum-guilt and sharing their breakthroughs as she worked with each one of them to transform them from guilt to growth

And of the brand new eight-week group programme she’ll be launching in just over a couple of weeks’ time to help others do exactly that too!

To hear Mina’s story, the stories of some of the mums she’s worked with and how and where you can find out more, don’t forget to Put On Your Sunday Best on 107.8FM, on the apps, on Alexa or online from just after 11am this weekend.

And make sure you’re listening to the show from 10am for all the latest updates of what’s going on in and around Newark over the coming weeks as well…

Catching up with Newark Patriotic Fund’s Jayne and Louise

In case you missed last Sunday‘s Girls Around Town, here’s another chance to hear what Jayne Mason and Louise Rumble had to say when they joined June live on air in the second hour of the show.

All the details of the work done by the Newark Patriotic Fund and their own roles where its events in the town are concerned…

And in particular, lots of information about a very special one coming to The Palace Theatre on Friday 4 November!