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Be inspired by some of SA’s most influential women

We used to ask women how they managed to juggle work and family but since COVID, women have felt the constant juggle of work, family, childcare, education, a household, extended family and much more. It’s no surprise that women are feeling burnt out and overwhelmed.

That’s why it can help to join a conversation … to hear from some of the most inspiring women in business who will share their insights about the exciting (and exhausting) role that we play at home, at work and in relationships.

Join Play Sense co-founder Meg Faure as she’s joined by Aisha Pandor, the co-founder and CEO of Sweep South and coach, author and influencer, Caitlyn de Beer for a candid discussion about defining your own brand of womanhood and practical tips for finding balance and rediscovering your joy at the Play Sense Women @ Work webinar. Women from all walks are life can tune in on Tuesday, 18 May from 8pm to 9pm. There will be some great giveaways and surprises in store on the night so put yourself back on your to-do list and book your place now! Registration is R50, and you can sign up at playsense.org/discover/womenatwork/

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