Welcome to the latest edition of Wonderful Women, a regular feature on Honest Mum that celebrates and provides insight into the minds of the some of the UK's most successful and creative females. In this feature, I speak to Baroness Margaret McDonagh, former General Secretary of the Labour Party from 1998-2001 who played a pivotal role in helping Labour win its landslide elections during her time there.
Welcome to the latest instalment of Wonderful Women, featuring the wonderful pop-icon that is Cerys Matthews MBE.
I regularly blog about the wonderful kick-ass women in my world and I'm still buzzing from the incredible energy surrounding International Women's Day.
For the latest edition of Wonderful Women I had the pleasure of talking to the super talented and gorgeous Una Foden (née Healy) whom I met at the Get Santa Première last year, and stayed in touch with.
It's National Curry Week, so this week I feel honoured to interview Anjula Devi for my Wonderful Women series.
Julia is one of the UK's favourite TV presenters. She has a keen passion for the outdoors and is known for fronting BBC One’s Countryfile back in 2009 alongside Matt Baker, as well as presenting Wainwright Walks and most recently Wonder of Britain.
Anya Harris is a single mum, in her forties, happily divorced with two young boys aged eight and four, the lights of her life. With a background in finance and in the Healing Arts, she likes to bridge the two worlds, bringing practicality together with intuition - a kind of spiritual awareness in an increasingly hectic world. She loves a laugh and girlfriends are her mainstay.