LONDON MUM BLOGGERS 2018
Over the last few weeks we asked you, our readers, to nominate your favourite London based mum bloggers. This year’s nominees range from fashionistas to eco-warriors. Today we present our second group. To see our previous groups, visit here. Enjoy!
Iris de Kan, Mumazed
In addition to running the blog, Iris also is a commercial airline pilot. She started Mumazed mostly to support small shops and photograph their clothes, while out on adventures with Kiki. Now, almost two years later, she now has over 9000 followers on Instagram where she shares her family life; our daily struggles—our ups, our downs, while still doing what I love most; supporting small shops and brands.
Alexandra Steadman, The Frugality
Alexandra Steadman is a Fashion Stylist and new mum living in North London. Her blog isn’t about living off toast every night, but instead about finding beautiful items without the high price-tag. The blog started off with a few friends as readers and has now grown to a substantial community. Find out more about Alex and her great finds
Joanne Szczyglowski, The Ealing Mummy
Joanne Szczyglowski is a forty something Mum to her six year old Daughter and has a background in Nursing. She started her blog www.theealingmummy.comtwo years ago when she decided to retrain as a Social Media Manager with Digital Mums. The blog begun as a way to practice her new found social media skills and has since become the go to place for parents of Ealing to find out what’s going on in the area.
Le’Nise Brothers, Eat Love Move
Le’Nise Brothers is a registered nutritional therapist, women’s health and wellbeing coach and yoga teacher. She works with women who want to get control of sugar cravings, mood swings and hormonal acne, bloating and headaches.
Le’Nise has helped many women who want to finally deal with hormonal issues ranging from PMS, PCOS, fibroids, endometriosis, heavy, painful, missing & irregular periods, post-natal depletion, perimenopause and menopause.
She set up her nutrition and wellbeing practice and blog Eat Love Move to help empower and educate women to understand their bodies, advocate for better healthcare and heal.