Vicki Psarias

Vicki Psarias is the founder of the award-winning parenting and lifestyle online magazine Honest Mum.

A former TV and film director, she founded the site in November 2010 whilst on maternity leave in a bid to rediscover her voice after suffering a traumatic birth.

Blogging and vlogging soon became her full-time job, bringing her firmly in front of the camera after a career spent behind it.

She has written for a wide range of publications and appears widely on TV and on panels as an expert commentator, as well as working with international brands as a digital influencer.

She lives in London with her husband and two children.

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Honest Mum

Parenting and lifestyle blog



Vicki Psarias

In Mumboss, Vicki Psarias, founder of, shares her #mumboss manifesto for surviving and thriving at work and at home. Vicki writes about everything from juggling work and family, to regaining your confidence after having a baby and battling imposter syndrome.

An award-winning blogger and vlogger, in this book Vicki shares how to turn your passions into a business that suits the modern mum’s lifestyle – all you need is a table and a laptop. Mumboss is full of practical advice, tips and tricks to help fellow #mumbosses navigate both the real and digital worlds.

Vicki’s funny, fresh approach to life and work as a mum has brought her a loyal fanbase and a brilliantly successful business: her blog Honest Mum averages 60k unique visitors every month and is one of the UK’s most popular parenting and lifestyle sites.

A Lean In for the blogging and vlogging generation, Mumboss is an essential book for all parents, whether they are returning to work or looking to start a new career, as well as anyone looking to build their brand or business online.

‘Ideal for… going back to work without losing your mind. TV director and filmmaker Psarias founded her blog while she was on maternity leave, following a
particularly traumatic birth. Mumboss is her no-nonsense guide to navigating the tough back-to-work transition.’

— Marie Claire