Last Friday was mine and Jessica Huie MBE's 'Turning Passion Into Pounds' workshop with the Business & IP Centre and The British Library- and I'm proud to declare it was a resounding success. Yay!
Late last year I shared that my family and I were filming something top secret for telly and now, finally, all can now be revealed.
Let me start off by writing that I don't even know if I can adequately express just how EPIC in caps last weekend in London, was for me.
It's not every day your kids get to play tennis with Former No 1 Annabel Croft but thanks to BritMums that's exactly what happened back on the 5th of March.
This long Easter weekend consisted of chocolate eggs and epic walks in the countryside on repeat for the whole 3 days.
We're a household of HUGE Disney fans.
So those who follow this blog might have read my post: 'When Your Weight Fluctuates' on my recent weight gain. No biggie really-pun intended- but enough to make me want to do something about it.
Life can be a little bit surreal at times and in some respects it can feel, well, a little bit full circle. I know I'm being ambiguous but bare with me... On Thursday night I attended the film première of Eddie the Eagle, a movie made by Lionsgate UK, a company I used to work for.
This Sunday was the first day of spring and the sunniest we've had since last summer, so there couldn't have been a more perfect day to head to Sheffield and take part in the incredible Sport Relief's Games. Ready...Steady...Go!
Saturday saw us head out in the sunshine for a glorious day at the most tranquil and captivating of Georgian mansions: Beningbrough Hall in York. It was the day before spring had officially sprung but the gardens told us otherwise.
On International Women's Day I had the honour of attending the gala dinner for the launch of Girls I Rate, the brainchild of Carla Marie Williams: a round table of women within the creative industries who celebrate and support other women with an aim to forging and strengthening relationships between them.