KristyKristy Lee

Kristy often describes herself as a ‘Corporate Hippy’ – working in a professional job in the legal industry as a Business Development Manager, but out of work finds balance in nature, the ocean, health & fitness and learning about mental and emotional wellbeing. Kristy is a single mum to Bodhi, and this in itself is her biggest achievement. Her biggest love in life is being a mum. Her passion is very simple: kindness and love. Her love of writing is an outlet to a very busy working mum’s life!



samsummersauthorSam Summers

Samantha is the editor at Thirty 4 Seven and single mother to one cheeky boy, Thor. Outside of her day-job in marketing and full-time-job of Mum, Samantha loves to write and has published four fiction novels. Originally from London and currently in Sydney, Samantha is a city girl through and through, with a penchant for Paris and New York. She understands how hard it can be to balance a career you love with the family you love and is passionate about helping women find peace and happiness in themselves as a mother whilst still maintaining their sense of self.



charlotte turnerCharlotte Turner

Charlotte is a new found ‘Coastie’. Having lived in London and Sydney, Charlotte and her family now live on the Central Coast, commuting into Sydney for work.  Charlotte maintains a successful career in advertising in the city while her two boys keep her busy and help her brush up her Lego building skills, ball throwing and paper airplane making – all of which can sometimes get a little too competitive!

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Don't be a lady. Be a legend.


"Welcome to Thirty-4-Seven. A place designed to provide you will tools to help balance corporate life and motherhood without sacrificing either. This is a space focused on your wellbeing, your happiness and your business success. Together, we're a powerful network of women, from the ones who have been there and done that to those just starting out on their journey. Women supporting women, mums supporting mums. Thirty-4-seven began as a blog called City Mum. That was me. Lost and floundering in a world it didn’t feel I belonged. Back then I could have really used a place like this. So here it is, and I’m so glad you’re here."

- Sam