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BritMums is the UK's largest parent blogger collective. We offer bloggers the latest support, advice and how-tos as well as feature great content on food, travel, relationships, health, charities, crafting and much more. Our social network is free to join and helps bloggers connect with others; our BritMums Pro programme connects bloggers with brands on our high-quality projects and our annual conference, BritMums Live, is the blogging event of the year.

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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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Exploring the outdoors with #UKexplore

Blogging friends Karen from Mini Travellers and Rachel from The Ordinary Lovely have come up with a modern way to explore the best of what the great outdoors has to offer. The BritMums bloggers have recently launched a new Instagram hashtag #UKexplore which has been backed by the National Trust. Read on to learn more. […]

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How to work with PRs at #BML16

#BML16 – Up Your Game: How to work smart with PRs

Working with PRs is a vital part of being a successful blogger brand these days. But are you developing and managing your relationships with PRs effectively? PRs can be the gatekeepers, the kingmakers and the love-givers. They can hold the key to your dream press trip to the Maldives or the relationship with your favourite homewares brand, […]

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Are daddy’s kisses best smooth or tickly? #TeamTickly #TeamSoft

For this Father’s Day, we’re talking about Team Soft and Team Tickly – whether your children prefer kisses from Daddy (or grandpa or favourite uncle!) to be as smooth as can be or if his facial hair makes them laugh and giggle. Braun conducted research with families this Father’s Day, asking them “How do you […]

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Football Mum of the Year: Share experiences as a ‘football mum’

The kicking, the scoring, the practices, the camaraderie – they are all part of the fun of playing football. But let’s not forget the other elements that play just as big a part of the game too, from coaching teams, fund-raising, leading training sessions and organising fixtures throughout the season, it’s not just about what […]

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How to crowd fund a novel with Unbound

Tim Atkinson, blogger, author and stay-at-home dad, shares his tips for crowd funding a novel. How new book is currently a work in progress as he is seeking support to get it published. To be part of bringing this book to life and getting your name printed in every copy, support Tim here. Tim explains how it […]

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Affiliate marketing masterclass: A how-to screencast

This BritMums Affiliate Marketing Masterclass is sponsored by affilinet. Affiliate marketing is a way that many bloggers and social influencers highlight products and services to their readers; making money in the process. Our Affiliate Marketing Masterclass, presented with and sponsored by affilinet, tells you all about how affiliate marketing works and how affilinet can help […]

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Book Club: Review The Little Book of Peace by Cherry Menlove

BritMums have been a fan of Cherry Menlove since she started her blog and we are so excited that she has published The Little Book of Peace. We’re pleased to say we have 50 Kindle copies available for bloggers that would like to review it! Sign up here. Cherry explains the impetus for the book which, […]

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Meditation for busy parents

Catherine Bicknell is a yoga teacher and blogger at www.mummieslittlebuddha.com sharing her meditation tips for busy parents. Over to Catherine… “Meditation”, I hear you shouting! “When on earth do I have time for that? I have far too much to do! Why would I waste my precious time sitting with my legs crossed, I’d rather […]

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Tell us your #PetitsFilousFirsts #Prizes

Childhood is filled with magical “firsts”, especially when your little one becomes increasingly physically active – their first trip to the park, beach, zoo and much more! For our #PetitsFilousFirsts Challenge, we want to hear about your toddler’s active “firsts” while they try a new low sugar weaning product from the UK’s #1 kid’s yogurt […]

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BritMums guide to: Chessington World of Adventures

Lifestyle and Travel blogger Alice Langley from Project: Wanderlust took her family to Chessington World of Adventures to report for BritMums about the family friendliness of the UK’s favourite theme parks. Chessington has always been our family park of choice. With rides ranging from the gentle carousel, and other simple fairground classics. all the way […]

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How did our parents get it right, and wrong?

Anthea Rowan blogs at Reluctant Memsahib and is working on a writing project to explore the themes of raising children and parenting. She asks, how did our parents get it right, and wrong? My eldest daughter says, ‘you have a tendency to use guilt as a parenting strategy, sure, it’s effective at times, but it […]

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Vote for the BiBs 2016 Shortlist Blogs

We have announced the Shortlisted Blogs for the prestigious Brilliance in Blogging Awards for 2016. Vote now to show support for the blogs you like, with the form below. If you have trouble with this embedded form, you can also vote directly on the survey site. Yes, you can vote for yourself No, you don’t […]

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What no-one tells you about two under two

Sarah Morgan is a stay-at-home mum to two boys under two, facing the challenges of life with a toddler and a baby. Here she shares her adventures and imparts her insights as a mum of two under two.  Everything is a BIG victory The anticipation before leaving the house for a simple bit of food […]

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Announcing the 2016 BiBs shortlist! #BiBs2016

We’re delighted to announce this year’s crop of shortlisted Brilliance in Blogging bloggers and social influencers. “Brilliance” means so many things. In your nominations you told us what it means to you: talented bloggers always ready with an encouraging word or advice, gorgeous sites, recipes that inspire us, or commentary that gets us involved. Congratulations to the […]

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3 ways to avoid mealtime battles

If meals in your house are more tears and pleading than “More cabbage please, Mum” then you’re not alone. Jo Cormack, a therapist who writes at www.emotionallyawarefeeding.com, tells how to avoid “war and peas” during family mealtimes. You’ve spent hours in the kitchen perfecting a nutritious and delicious meal for your family. You sink down in your […]

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Sexting: 3 tips for talking to your kids

Sexting: we’re hearing more and more about it. But what do we do about it as parents? How can we teach our kids the pitfalls and dangers of it in a way they will understand and listen to? The Priory Group, the leading provider of behavioural care in the UK, provides this advice for modern parents.  Sexting: riskier […]

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