Have you ever met a woman who hasn’t apologised for the state of her car before you step into it?
We definitely haven’t.
It’s often said that a woman’s car is just an extension of her handbag. And just like a handbag, you can tell a lot about a person by what’s in their car.
MM: Please describe your family.
HOLLY: There’s me, my partner Brent and our two ginger kids, Matilda, who’s four, and Billy, who’s nearly two.
MM: Please describe your role at iVillage.
HOLLY: I’m the editor of iVillage, the Mamamia network’s parenting site. I run a team of four and decide the daily content of the site, who does what and how every day will go.
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MM: What is the most interesting part of your work day?
HOLLY: There are so many things. I particularly like our morning editorial meetings, where the team discuss and decide what post we’re going to run on the site every day. There’s a lot of, shall we call it, lively debate about what the best stories are. We’re always trying to get a fine balance between fun and informative, newsy and helpful, and most importantly lots of parents’ voices telling their stories of how they deal with parenting. I love it.