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BritMums Guide to: Paultons Park

Lifestyle blogger and BritMums Family Days Out Editor Kara Guppy of Chelseamamma.co.uk took her family to Paultons Park to report for BritMums about the family friendliness of the UK’s favourite theme parks. If you are looking for a family friendly fun day out with under 10’s then this is for you. Best for: Pre-School and […]

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#BML16: Up Your Game – Innovative ways to make money blogging

  We’re pleased to announced a new session at BritMums Live/#BML16: Up Your Game – Innovative ways to make money blogging As blogging and social media have evolved, so have the ways of monetising, making banner ads and sponsored posts seem like entry level solutions. Our panel of experts talk about the exciting ways social influencers are […]

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#BML16: The Holiday Inn Friday Night Fringe Party!

  This year we are kicking off BritMums Live 2016 with a special Friday night party in cool Camden Town that you won’t want to miss! Scroll down for more information and to sign up to reserve your space! The Holiday Inn Friday Night Fringe Party will take place at Holiday Inn Camden Town, overlooking […]

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Are you #TeamSoft or #TeamTickly? #Ad

Father’s Day is coming up soon and we have an important question to ask: Which side you are on? We’re not talking about politics or thorny financial debate but something much more important: Do your children love kisses from daddy to be smooth (aka #Team Soft) or do they like the tickle of facial hair (#TeamTickly)? […]

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Mothers & teen girls: A book exploring our fraught relationship

Eva Jordan is a blogger and mother to teenagers. Her debut novel 183 Times A Year has received some great reader reviews on Amazon. The book explores the complicated and highly amusing relationship between a mother and her teenage daughter. Here, Eva explains the rationale behind her book and offers hope for all us mothers of […]

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The 2016 BiBs Finalists are… #BiBs2016

Drumroll please… We had an impressive array of blogs in the 2016 BiBs shortlist and you voted in the thousands. Votes across the 12 categories have been counted and here are the top 5 blogs in each category. Well done to all the finalists. The quality of the blogs in the awards just gets higher each year, so […]

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#OneYou: How to make positive healthy changes #ad

It’s the little things that count; at least that’s the philosophy behind Public Health England’s #OneYou campaign, which is all about making small changes now for a healthier future. Whether it’s drinking less, moving more, quitting smoking or eating better, #OneYou is encouraging folks to reassess their lifestyles and making changes that make us feel good. […]

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Fitness Round-up: Is running your cup of tea?

Spring is one of my favourite seasons. I love the smell of flowers in the air, and the fact that more and more people get out and are active. For me nothing can beat a morning run along the local canal, listening to my favourite music and exploring the nature around me. This is the […]

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Education Round-up: It’s SATs time of year again

I sit here writing this month’s BritMums Education Round-up racked with nerves as right at moment my baby (ok, yes she is 7 but will always be my baby) is sitting in her school hall on the first day of her end of KS1 SATs testing week. A lot of has been said about testing […]

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#BML16: Know your blog with Google Analytics

Google Analytics is a powerful tool to understanding your blog, what draws people to it and how you can make it bigger and better. But understanding how exactly to use that tool can be confusing and difficult. Now, you needn’t feel your way any more. Our newest session at BritMums Live 2016 enlists the help […]

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33 ways to be a fabulous Football Mum

  Football is the beautiful game and mums make it even more so. You find them coaching teams, fund-raising, leading training sessions and organising fixtures throughout the season, not to mention the dirtier work (literally — dealing with post-match kit). You reveal what makes a Football Mum At our #FootballMumoftheYear Twitter Conversation you shared your […]

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Blogging Tips Round-up: Vlogging & podcasts

Blogging is always evolving, like any job or hobby there will always be something new to learn or another way of doing things – whether you embrace the changes is entirely up to you of course and like me you may feel far more comfortable behind a camera than in-front of it. Previously as bloggers […]

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Arts & Crafts Round-up : Garden crafts

Yay, the sun has finally come out to play (well almost) and many families are trying to get their gardens under control after the chaos our crazy British weather has caused. My own focus has been our veggie patch that was looking very sad indeed. It needed some serious weeding and some of the raised beds needed fixing. […]

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SEND Round-up: Undiagnosed Day & PDA Awareness Day

I’m pleased to say there were lots of linkers (20!) and at least two very important SEND days over the last month – Undiagnosed Day and Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) Awareness Day. Kicking off with some fab #undiagnosed posts first – Little Mama Murphy wrote a very positive post: Exciting times ahead for undiagnosed children which highlights […]

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