Lucy recognised for helping single mums

Lucy Good helps single mums through her business and popular Facebook group Single Mum Vine.

By Hollie Harris

Sunshine Coast ‘mumpreneur’ Lucy Good has been recognised for empowering single mums.

Lucy works with hundreds of single mothers through her business and popular Facebook group, the Single Mum Vine.

She sits at the centre of the think-tank of modern-day single motherhood, and is a sought after social commentator on single parent issues.

Her good work has been formally recognised, with Lucy being named as a finalist for the 2018 AusMumpreneur Awards in two categories: Making A Difference (business) and Women Changing The World.

The awards are designed to recognise the growing number of women who successfully balance motherhood and business in a way that suits their life and family.

With very few resources to inspire single mums while giving them the knowledge to navigate every stage of single motherhood, Lucy has created an incredible network of support for women.

As well as having her own blog and podcast series, she has appeared several times on national television, speaks regularly on national and local radio and writes articles for online and print in parenting, news, lifestyle and business communities.

Lucy’s mission is to help single mums navigate the maze of separation and divorce, and to confidently rebuild and embrace their new path in life. She also intends to reinvent the status of single mum, taking it to a positive and empowering place.

The Single Mum Vine on Facebook is a community of single mums aspiring and achieving and taking their kids along for the ride.

The popular Facebook group is the place for single mums to feel warmth and companionship amongst like-minded single mums, and to share worries and achievements that only a single mum can understand. It’s also a place where you can find advice and support that only on a single mum can provide.The winners of the 2018 AusMumpreneur Awards will be announced at a glamorous awards dinner in Melbourne as this publication goes to print, so we will follow up with Lucy again very soon.