Yummy banana biscuits!
The changes which have made life better.
Our big move to Windsor.
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...
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.
Start your day the right way with this fab energy boosting breakfast of cottage cheese on granary with avocado. A real favourite of mine, this bad boy (that's super good) will help you kick off the day, the right way! I love cottage cheese....
I've come to believe there are two types of people in business: those who there only in it for themselves, plain and simple and those who are not.
How sisterly are you. Really? Do you share those 'Be Kind & Be Brave' Pinterest posts then forget to practice what you preach? I wanted to share my sister code with you so you can 'check yourself before you wreck yourself'- and potentially your relationships.
September saw me attend my first London Fashion Week and it was utterly fabulous darlings! I'd been kindly invited several times before but hadn't made it for one reason or an another (I even directed a fashion film screened there one year) but this time I was determined to go, view and be inspired!
Recently, I've noticed a fair few people remark on how confident I am, or at least appear to be (it was mentioned several times at Blog Camp where I spoke recently, with many asking me how they could become more confident when it comes to going on camera or making their blog their business and I receive a lot of emails on the subject too.
OK so let me explain, ever since I was a teenager, or a tween even (isn't that word odd?!)-when I was a tween and that term hadn't been invented (thankfully), I realised I had a bit of a lovely bond with kids, I connected with children and adored playing with them. I did play with dolls pretty late so I suppose they were an extension of that!
Kids have honestly made me more creative. That's a fact. I was of course creative before kids working as a screenwriter, director and magazine editor...you get the picture. I was born creative, baby. Hear me out though, those kids took my creativity to another level. Throughout history (and I've found throughout my life so far too), creativity arises and thrives within limitations, be it time, budget, tools/access, they exist and are are actually vital in making creativity happen.