After the successful introduction of the BritMums Butterflies last year, the Butterflies are back!
Pre-conference nerves? We will be around to welcome you and offer TLC for those feeling a bit overwhelmed by the event. Our aim is to introduce you to other bloggers, dissolve those conference nerves and send you on your way ready to make the most of BritMums Live. This year we are seven and will have a base to make it easier to find us. We are;
Anya – Older Single Mum
I have been a practising healer for 20 years. I am divorced with two young boys. I like to go against the grain and talk about any subject, particularly making the point that not all Stay-At- Home Single Mums are feckless teenagers. I like to bridge the two worlds – taking an intellectual and insightful look at life.
Clare – Seasider in the City
I consider myself to be a friendly geek. I have a major love of golf and get out as often as I can, the rest of the time when I’m not working are spend cooking, eating, laughing, watching telly and reviewing products.
Gemma – Helloitsgemma
There is a whole is a whole list of things I used to do; cinema, yoga, hill walking, travel, volunteering, cooking, dancing, eating out. These things filled my life until my son came along. Motherhood is my biggest adventure but it is also just one part of me. My blog is a little space for me, a space to connect and share.
Michelle – The American Resident
An American expat making a home in Britain for over 20 years.
Besides blogging, I also love cooking, gardening and hosting parties–all creativity enhanced by interaction with others. Sharing makes most things more fun.
Michelle – Mummy from the Heart
My USP is my honesty. I tend to be known as a blogger who will tell it as it is (but with a smile) and I am generally a positive, glass half-full kind of girl. I love the thought that my hardest times are an encouragement to others and that means I blog the good, the bad and the darn right ugly too!
Penny – The Alexander Residence
A long time ago I opened the door marked teacher. I taught drama and headed up a media and film department, before spotting the exit marked Work At Home Mum. I keep the door marked Writer propped firmly open with my blog and creative writing projects.
Sophie – Super Amazing Mum
I am not really a Superamazingmum. Far from it, but my eldest son gave me that moniker when I started my social media journey and it has stuck. I can’t believe I resisted blogging for so long as I am LOVING it! I have always had a diary, and looking back at my 16 year old self, I am quite glad that blogging wasn’t around in the 80s. I enjoy reading other people’s blogs.
If you have ‘butterflies’ and nerves about Britmums Live pop into our blogs and get to know the butterflies better, we are looking forward to meeting you. See you in June at BritMums Live!