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Hey guys,

Welcome back to Brilliant Blog Posts. What a crazy-emotional week it’s been (hence this going live a day late-soz) as I recorded my audio book #Mumboss over three days (more on that another time) before dashing over to Audible for press interviews and filming. It’s all feeling more FLIPPING real now, people!

You can preorder my book and audio book out on May 3rd- (hope you find it useful and a joy to read).

This week, I’m sharing my most memorable experience blogging, to date where I interviewed Oscar-nominated director Ava DuVernay and attended the premiere of A Wrinkle In Time with a Q & A with the one and only Oprah. I KNOW!

Honest Mum at the Disney premiere A Wrinkle in Time

Don’t miss it: Oprah’s wisdom stirred something magical within me and gave me renewed strength as I embark on the next chapter (literally) of my career and life!

Oprah, Reese Witherspoon and Mindy Kaling

Please, as always link up your posts, videos and social handles, comment on one another’s work and feel INSPIRED!

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12 Responses

  1. Jas @ All that's Jas

    With hard work and dedication (but not without the passion) everything is possible! You deserve every bit of this fabulous life! Have a super duper weekend! x

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  2. Michelle Frank | Flipped-Out Food

    WHAT a week! You are a superhero!! Absolutely inspiring as always (an audiobook—AH!).
    To change things up, this week I posted both a recipe from Flipped-Out Food (Asparagus Orzotto with Pancetta) AND an archive post from my consulting website (AdeptifyMe.com). The full title is “GRE scores, paint by numbers, and imposter syndrome”. I thought it might intrigue you because you also write about imposter syndrome—and you’re supportive of women in STEM. (Don’t be put off by the URL: it’s temporary because I’m re-building my website before transferring the domain.) Thanks so much for hosting this fantastic linky. So many wonderful peeps here!

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