Today we bring you the next five fabulous women nominated by you, our esteemed readers, as London’s Best Mummy Blogger. For the first ten nominees, click here.
Sunita Harley, Lucky Things
Sunita chats about confidence, career, wellbeing, IVF, life and style on Lucky Things blog. She believes everyone needs to look after themselves whilst juggling work, family and life’s ups and downs. Sunita shares top tips from her diverse career and as an HR expert. Sunita loves getting people together in real life: she runs nationwide women’s networking events—the Lucky Things Meet Ups. Most of all she loves lounge discos with her two daughters.
Emily, My Petit Canard
My Petit Canard is a family, life and style blog inspired by the experience of becoming parents. It’s my space for capturing and sharing our everyday, special milestones and adventures. It’s also where you’ll find my thoughts on pregnancy and birth, breastfeeding and motherhood mixed in with some inspiration for the home. I’ve been proud to watch what started as a place to record my thoughts in the middle of the night grow into a blog that is enjoyed by so many others.
Catarina, That Fitster
That Fitster is an award-winning health and fitness blogger and mum of three. After baby #3 was born she was a big, fat, energy-depleted mess and had a serious wake-up call—it was time to get her act together! Fitness and healthy foods changed her life. At 38 she feels stronger and healthier than ever! Check out her fun-packed healthy lifestyle tips, including fitness classes, healthy food, awesome activewear and travels!
Lucy Donnelly, Teetering on the Edge
I’m Lucy Donnelly and I’m a proud member of the three boys mama club. I have Bobby—nearly 8 (the nearly part is very important); Jesse, 4, who is very accident prone and has a head made of concrete; and Charlie Fox who is the chunky light of our lives. Day to day I find myself teetering on the edge of making life work. Everything from fashion through to the dark untouched corners of mental health. I’m trying to reach out to those mamas who feel the same way and perhaps with a few cheeky giggles on the way.
Afrosa Ahmed, mum2sons
I’m a mother of three boys, aged 6, 10 and 13, and a medical NHS doctor for 16 years. I’ve spent my professional and personal life giving advice in my consultations, in my friendships, writing magazine articles, delivering lectures and teaching medical students. I am by no means a perfect mother or wife and challenge anyone who thinks there is such a concept. This blog is to share many of my experiences, what worked well and what didn’t work so well in raising three boys in such turbulent times. After all life is one big journey. What a privilege it is to be on this planet, in this moment, in these times, raising the future generation.
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