Blogger of the week #passiton

BritMumsBOW At BritMums we love to recognise brilliance in blogging. We try to, every week, highlight a blogger who is lighting the blogosphere up with their writing. We want to share the love as much as possible to build a strong community. This week we need to galvanise the blogging community behind one very special blogger and the amazing campaign that she is promoting.

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10 tips to help you blog for charity

Linda Jones is a name known to many in the blogging world because of all the projects she’s involved in. But one type of project is very close to her heart. Here she writes about blogging for charity and shares her tips so you can too. As the tragedy of earthquake and tsunami unfurls in…

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Using your voice for charity

  Eva Keogan, aka Nixdminx, was one of the bloggers who went to Bangladesh with Save the Children and helped make #blogladesh a successful campaign. Here, she writes about using your blog for a charitable cause. Over to Eva: I spent a lot of my childhood on the charity trail with my parents raising money…

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Speaking of blogger activists … are you following Rosie’s trip to Cameroon?

While we were all enjoying a very nice British summer, our very own and very fabulous Rosie Scribble had a different type of break: she went to Cameroon with Pampers/Unicef. She’s just released the memoirs of the trip … so make sure you go over and read them and give her your support. The trip changed her life.…

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The #blogladesh update

Thanks to the help of the mum blogging community, the #blogladesh campaign to press for change has reached more 10 million people on Twiter and been featured on Sky, BBC R4 Today, ITN News, and The Times, among others. Well done to everyone involved. Update: The #blogladesh update chat has been cancelled. Thanks to everyone…

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