I celebrate 7 years of blogging!
Limiting screen time for the little ones.
Vicki interview Susan Lund.
The importance of thinking before you speak/tweet.
Brilliant Blog Posts linky for blogger and vloggers is live.
All work and no play makes for one hell of a frazzled mumboss.
It's wonderful to host novelist and actress Sara Alexander's guest post today on the how she finds it vital to nourish herself creatively in order to be the best parent she can be.
When do you feel your most creative?
I was a multi-award winning screenwriter and director pre blogging and vlogging (winning awards at film festivals internationally, Ch 4 and more) and I'm now writing my first book Mumboss for Piatkus/Little Brown under the Hachette umbrella.
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.
We all lead busy lives, right? From dawn to dusk, the whole Broadbent family are busy bees, working hard and playing even harder ;)! My sons, Oliver, 7, and Xander, 4, zip between school and nursery respectively and then onto their extr...
This week, I'm linking up to one of my favourite posts about my recent whirlwind of a day in London attending The Best of Pinterest Awards for which I was nominated in the 'Go-To-Recipe' category. Dashing up and down the country from London to Leeds and back in one day (just a caj 7 hour round trip!), it was one of those crazy fun days that goes by in flash but I still feel energised from one week later.
Welcome to the latest installment of Who's The Daddy, a feature which shines the spotlight on the most talented Daddy bloggers, worldwide. It's an honour to welcome the talented Grant Robson of Looking For The Postman with his guest post: Seven Steps To Being Creative When You’re A Tired Parent Who Just Wants to Crash Out.
The imposter syndrome.
Welcome to Creative Lives: An Interview With...my new feature that will share the experiences of inspiring men and women leading creative lives. People who are working in the media and the arts, creating, communicating, touching and transforming. I'm honoured to kick this series off with the simply brilliant, viral sensation with substance, Al Ferguson of The Dad Network!
Doubt, it's easy to let it overcome you and eat you up, isn't it? But you mustn't let it.
Recently, I've found I've had to explain to a fair few people in the 'real world' what a blogging career actually means.
Digital Mums currently have an empowering #workthatworks campaign in full swing supporting women with social media marketing training and they asked me to share my own freelance tips with them. Last night, they brought a hugely inspiring TED Talk by Emma Barnett, Women's Editor of the Telegraph to my attention, on the importance of ambition, and the influences that negate or hinder ambition for women, mostly silent and deadly forces too that stop ambition and goals and new careers in their tracks.
It's so easy in life to be constantly chasing dreams, and believe me, I'm a big believer in dreaming big, working hard, and simply going for 'it' whatever 'it' might be, but recently I've had a little shift in thinking...