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Interview with Rosie Nixon, author and Editor-in-Chief of HELLO!
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Welcome back everyone.
When I was invited to meet and interview the queen that is Constance Hall, I did a little booty shake in my living room because I love that lady (we all love that lady), she's brave, smart, sisterly. driven and utterly inspiring and I knew we'd get on and talk for days (which we did).
I'm proud to be part of the Omaze Phenomenal Woman Action Campaign to raise funds for 7 vital not for profit charities in the US.
Melita is a married, creative mum of two. She describes herself as, 'a newcomer in the arena of writing as I evolve my own unique photography style'.
There's a lot of, 'Turn off the internet, it's bad for you' warnings circulating and yes, whilst you need time out from your laptop, particularly pre-bedtime for the best chance of a restful night's sleep, the world wide web for the most part, is a force for good, if you ask me.
Close mates of mine are considering trying for bambinos soon and they've been asking me questions, a lot of questions, so this post is for them, and for you, if you're worried that having babies might take over your brain and warp who you are.
Zita West is the founder of the Zita West fertility clinic which offers a unique holistic approach to natural fertility and IVF.
Milli Hill is a freelance writer, a columnist for Telegraph Women, and the founder of The Positive Birth Movement, a global network of antenatal groups where women meet up and share positive stories and information about childbirth.
I adore Hotel Chocolat and I definitely heart this Straight from the Heart chocolate box they've brought out in time for Valentine's Day.
Lela London is a self described 'pint-sized lifestyle and travel blogger' who has turned her passion for writing, photography, and entertaining into a full time job.
Since leaving London, almost 6 years ago, after eleven years in the capital, I've often questioned whether we were, my husband and I, 'tired of life' as John Samuel's famous saying goes, when we departed.
My gorgeous friend, Harriet Thorpe: all-round superstar actress and one heck of an awesome human being, wasn't able to make my birthday dinner last Saturday night so she jumped on a train from London to see me in Leeds for a long lunch last Tuesday and we had a ball of a time.
Pre-kids, I'd devoured every book I could get hold of that could prepare me for parenthood, I'd seen the movies (two pushes and it's out) and completed an NCT crash course on a weekend with my husband.
I ticked one of my wishlist boxes a few weeks ago when I bought myself a Range Rover Evoque, a car I've loved a long while and feel so incredibly excited about.
'Motherhood is hard sometimes, especially when other women seem so much better at it than you'.