Vicki Psarias

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…

OK I suppose it’s not so much a shift, as I’ve always been grateful for the fruits of my labour and that goes for my number 1 successes too, my kids of course, but I suppose I’ve had some clarity of late, that quite simply, I’m just right where I want to be.

Wonderful if my businesses continue to grow, new opportunities arise etc etc but I’m truly content right now, right here, even if the aforementioned don’t happen, and well, I wanted to share it.

Looking at my beautiful boys, supportive family and the best (most gorgeous) friend I married, I feel very lucky.

Lucky because of them I have the blogging career I do and that it works for my family.

I spent so much of my twenties pursuing a filmmaking career, I got a distinction in my MA aged 21, went straight into the film industry after uni working for a major film production company/distributors then directed my own short films, TV documentaries, drama and commercials picking up a fair few awards on my way.

I loved filmmaking, when it came to the passion projects I spearheaded, but on reflection I’m not sure I was particularly happy for a lot of my filmmaking career that excluded those. Not really, not in that ‘heart-swelling, this is where I want to be’ happy in all honesty.

Creatively stimulated, yes, but also perpetually stressed, as inevitably 15 hour days on set are, then to the edit suite and back again to be all done again over and over. A tough slog where the addictive creative buzz was often outweighed by a whole lot of bureaucracy.

Me on set, running my team, bringing my words from the page to life on film was exhilarating but that amounted to a small percentage of my work life.

Like many female directors, I thought motherhood, something I desperately wanted to experience, might well scupper Oscar dreams (told you I always dream big) and the irony isn’t lost on me that parenthood actually ended up opening many new doors for me, doors that didn’t even exist at that time, not as they do now anyway (thank you technology) and led to my work as a full time professional blogger.

A traumatic birth with my first son Oliver saw me at my lowest ebb and led me to reach out and start a blog, the one you’re reading here, proving to be the perfect way to rediscover my voice and identity.

Although my first posts were escapist fodder and focused on the funnier aspects of parenting (when I personally felt far from happy), they helped me connect with like minded parents and creatives, those who truly ‘got’ this new world I’d found myself in.

I didn’t really monetise at the start, the odd post here or there but I went back on set as a director and only decided to became pro when Oliver turned 2.

This is a reflection of our digital times as much as my hard work, where parent bloggers are deemed and respected as the powerful digital influencers.

Knowing your worth and hustling comes in handy too.

This isn’t meant to be a brag fest of a post just one that I want to put out there because I’m content and I know other women reading this might well feel a little lost as I did in the start, unsure of how to make a career work around their kids or in need of getting their thoughts out there, a space to call their own.

Who knows, it might just inspire one more person to start a blog. And earn, because blogging pays, people.

My blogging career pays me more than my directing one pre-motherhood yet this one’s a flexible job that works around my young family, I always have at least 1 day off in the week and although I work hard, it’s manageable and I never miss dinner or bedtime.

All you need is a computer and camera phone.

Mothers everywhere, media backgrounds or not, like myself, are constantly honing our voices and skills, growing blogs (our second or third metaphorical babies) while raising families, many like myself who, during maternity leave at a time of identity-change, and for some, job insecurity, sat down and wrote and built businesses.

On our time and our terms.

We are entrepreneurs, influencers, mum bosses, whatever label you fancy (and there are of course many thriving Dads blogging too) with blogging/youtube-ing/social media a booming place to be. To channel all that creativity. To take control. To enjoy life to the full and be paid for it.

I’m still a filmmaker, it’s in my bones,  but now I mostly make films for my family or I, or branded films for clients on my blog.

I also feature on camera for clients or in ad campaigns (bareMinerals, NIVEA) something I’d always wanted to do but wasn’t sure it was my place to being mostly behind the camera.

Blogging has taken me out of my comfort zone and enabled me to try out things I’d never had dreamt of, with dream collabs, modelling for brands like Nova Harley, appearing in British Vogue, being an ambassador for Yosa, and working daily with much-loved style, food, beauty and travel brands that mostly make me pinch myself.

I’m even the face of a brand: The Essential One.

My family and I have the most magical experiences we’re so very grateful for, holidaying all over the world reviewing resorts, attending film premieres and receiving review items we’re paid to feature.  Can we pay to dress you? Erm, let me think about that one.

Blogging might just be the best job in the world.

A slice of Beyonce’s life but as a parenting blogger.  Or something.

And I get to write and photograph and film for my career and as gushy and cheesy as it sounds, it makes my heart sing.

I really am right where I want to be.

And you can be too.

Blogging, I thank you.

 

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82 Responses

  1. Mrs Tubbs

    This is lovely. You’re right, blogging is what you make of it and it will open up so many opportunities. Even if you decide not to go pro, it’ll help you make new friends, expose you to new ideas, teach you new skills etc. 🙂

    One thing I have noticed as I wander about the blogosphere, is your kindness and generosity towards bloggers of all shapes and sizes. 🙂 (It’s not unusual, but it is if you see what I mean!)

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    • honestmum

      Oh that means so much, thank you, I love helping others (not that people need it) but if there’s anything I can do, it really makes me happy and you are so right, blogging first and foremost makes my family so happy and I treasure the friends I’ve made thanks to it x

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  2. Melodie Cullen

    You are continuously a blogging inspiration to me, and this post makes you even more so. I want to strive to be better in blogging and have a career where I can blend STAHMing with being a career woman. Thank you for all your hard work and showing newbies like me what is out there. Now I just need to keep blogging and hope that one day I can be as content as you. I am truly happy for you and it shows that hard work pays off in the end. Congratulations. 🙂
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    • honestmum

      That means a lot Melodie, blogging really does offer you a job that can work around a family and I do feel like I have the best of both worlds even if some days can be stressful. Give me a shout if you need anything xx

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  3. Alison

    What an incredibly inspiring post. I’ve only just started blogging, and I know I have a long, long way to go and a lot to learn, but it’s given me a creative outlet that I’ve been missing for a while, and so far I’m loving it.

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    • honestmum

      That’s wonderful to hear Alison, it really is the greatest, most freeing career and I’ve loved the journey so far and here’s to many more years of fulfillment for us all x

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  4. Emma's Mamma

    What a beautiful and honest post. I’m an actress and even though I knew being a mum would change my career I never realised it would change it this much. I love how blogging really opens up doors and keeps me creative while I’m in between acting work. I could never give up acting but at the moment Emma and my family come first, and I’m pretty sure they always will. It’s inspiring hearing how you’re able to still do all the things you love xx
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    • honestmum

      Thanks Emma, no one can be prepared for kids and how it can change life, blogging really has enabled me to keep being creative and do what I love and nothing is fixed with creativity, it’s fluid so we can be whomever we want, well done you on the juggle too, so important we feel happy too xx

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  5. Leigh - Headspace Perspective

    You’ve every right to be proud of your successes Vicki and I’m very proud to call you my friend. Blogging gives us incredible opportunities – like you, it helped me find my feet during an awful time if my life. We can make blogging whatever we want it to be – that’s the beauty of it I think. I’ve been taking a leaf out of your book – believing in myself and going for things. Much love xxx
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    • honestmum

      Thanks darling Leigh, I feel the same about you sweetie, channelling our creativity can lead to so much and I’ll never forget the comfort it gave me in quite bleak times, sending you so much love and so pleased you are believing in yourself and going for things that make you happy, you deserve it all and more xoxo

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  6. Mama and More aka Zaz

    Darling Vicki, do you know that every time I get frustrated and decide that I should just pack in my blog because I can’t seem to dedicate the time I want to, or the technology drives me mad, you come and write another belter of an inspirational post that gees me up and motivates me to take a deep breath and know I can do this. Thank you for sharing, for giving, for being there, for being a flag waver, standard bearer, trail blazer, and above all else, a strong woman and great friend. Xxx
    Mama and More aka Zaz recently posted…All About You Link Party – Build your dreamsMy Profile

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    • honestmum

      Oh darling now you’re going to make me cry, thanks so much beautiful, I feel the same about you girl and don’t you dare pack the blog in, we need you, your writing touches us all and you rock, love you x

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  7. Michelle Reeves (The Joy Chaser)

    Vicki another stunningly honest, open and inspiring post for you lovely lady. I know how much you adore what you do and it shines through in your work. You continue to raise the bar and at the same time encourage so many to fulfil their own dreams. Proud to have you as a mate hun – ok gush over! *mwah*
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    • honestmum

      Aw thanks beautiful that means a lot to me, I admire you and you inspire me too darling, we’re lucky to have one another, thanks for being a great friend to me x

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  8. Ashley Beolens

    A lovely post to read and a real inspiration to aspiring bloggers everywhere. That your hard work and dedication pay off is something you should, rightly, be proud of (nothing here sounded like bragging by the way).
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    • honestmum

      Oh thanks so much Ashley, really pleased about that and thank you for your kind words, they really do mean a lot x

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  9. Katie Heels and Hooves

    Your blog and your success are inspirational Vicki and good for you for stepping back and enjoying the fruits of your labour! It’s so hard sometimes to get off the treadmill for long enough to appreciate things. I wish you all the success for the future and hope your amazing career continues xx
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    • honestmum

      That is so kind Katie thank you so much, so important to reflect and be kind to ourselves isn’t it, to realise what we have right now is golden, thank you for your support, it means a lot x

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  10. Mirka Moore @Kahanka

    Finally time to read your post and you make me cry! You rock the world of blogging and am sure you have inspired many of us to become pro bloggers like you. love you girl and cannot wait to spend more time with you and the boys soon xxx
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    • honestmum

      Oh hun, now you are making me cry and I the hairs on my arms are raised, you inspire me hun, thank you for being a great friend, a sister to me, love you too and excited to see you soon xx

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  11. Alex Gladwin

    Fantastic post. Both your blog and you are an absolute inspiration. Blogging has changed my life too and has opened up so many doors. It can be a lot of work, but it’s just so rewarding. xx

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  12. Fiona @ Free Range Chick

    ‘A slice of Beyonce’s life but as a parenting blogger. Or something.’ – hehe, what are you like?!

    This is the last post I’m reading tonight. I’ve had a really productive day today, and reading this was a brilliant end to my day.

    My mum is always pondering your success. ‘How does she do that?’ and ‘How did she go there?’

    She bloody well worked for it, did it, WROTE it! It doesn’t get handed to you on a plate, does it?

    Anyway, that’s enough bragging from you for the week. Gonna have to check out some soup recipes tomorrow. Love ya lady and loved this post xxx
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    • honestmum

      Bahah that made me laugh, aw your Mum sounds awesome and she’s right to question it because it does look a bit crazy (and it is really) but yup hard work and you know what I do think with blogging although we all work out booties off, the rewards seem to be off the scale and that’s what makes it so flipping awesome, so lovely to read your comment lady, love you too girl xx

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  13. Mother Mands

    What a good post! I don’t anyone could seriously take it as ‘bragging’, because anyone who reads your blog knows that’s not who you are! I think it’s fantastic that you are ‘right where you want to be’ and it is very inspirational.
    I love blogging too, mainly because it’s helped me work through some truly horrendous moments in my life, and the support of fellow bloggers (including you good self) has helped me immensely and made me feel part of something. For all the ‘bad things’ people say the internet is used for, there is a lot of good too!

    So I say enjoy it, you deserve it! 😉 x
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    • honestmum

      Oh darling thank you, that means a lot, and thanks for being a real friend to me, I am sorry for what you have gone through, it breaks my heart and you are so right about the power of blogging, the fact it is there to comfort, our own space, the internet really can be used for so much good, this comment has made my day, thank you x

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  14. Toni @ Gym Bunny Mummy

    i know this sounds a bit cheesy but you were a big inspiration to me when I first came across your blog & even more so now. I can see what you’ve achieved & strive for the same success myself. Blogging has already changed my life & im really starting to reap the rewards now. Thanks for being so supportive to me & my blog, you’re a star! Xx
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    • honestmum

      Aw Toni, yay, so happy to read this hun and thanks for being so supportive of me and just lovely, keep shining girl, blogging really is wonderful and we can be and do whatever we want, our space, our rules, our happiness xx

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  15. brummymummyof2

    Oh fab post lovely and really really inspiring! You have done so well and it is amazing to see all the brilliant opportunities you make for yourself from your hard work! Lots of Love xxx
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    • honestmum

      Thanks darling and you hun, you’re an inspiration. Love how exciting blogging is and the work you put in is really rewarded xx

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  16. Morgan Prince

    Ok Hun – this might get a little gushy (think crazy fan girl!) forgive me. You are truly inspirational and it’s thanks to you, and other bloggers like Katie from Pouting in Heels and Zaz aka Mama and More, that I’m going to be braving BritMums Live next year and come September I’m going to be trying much harder with the blog. You’ve made me realise that I CAN do it, I just need to try. I can’t thank you enough.
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    • honestmum

      Aw yay so, so pleased and I cannot wait to meet you hun, you hundred percent can do it and never mind can, you ARE, your blog is brilliant girl, I hope you know that x

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  17. Juliet McGrattan

    Wonderful that so much strength and success can come from a time you were at your lowest. Reach for the stars no matter how high …….
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  18. Katie @mummydaddyme

    I really enjoyed reading this post Vicki. Blogging has changed my life in so many ways and I feel so fortunate to have started it. Yes it is the hardest I have ever worked but its just the best. I love that my passions for photography, video, writing and ultimately for my family, have enabled me to have a job that I adore. The blogging community is ace and we should be celebrating it always. xx
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    • honestmum

      I agree, it’s a wonderful job to have. I too love that is combines so many of my passions and the skills I had as an editor and filmmaker. The highlights are the friends and colleagues I’ve made, and the magical experiences my kids have for sure.

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  19. Ebabee

    You have done so incredibly well and I am so proud of you and proud to call you a friend. You are inspirational and always so giving. I love your posts on blogging because they are always so positive, uplifting and from the heart. Well done lovely xx
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    • honestmum

      Thanks Nomita, I feel the same about you, you really are a true friend and to see you success is inspiring, much love and keep rocking x

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  20. Anna Whitehouse

    Hi, I loved this post, I only run a very basic blog as a write but am starting to consider focusing on it more, but I have no idea about making money from a blog. Is there anywhere I can go to learn this please? I’m not in a rush as I already write as a freelancer and a wedding poet.

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    • honestmum

      Hi Anna, I have a whole section on this under Blogging Tips (badge on the sidebar) and link here: https://honestmum.com/category/blogging-tips-2/. As a writer, I’m sure you’ll find it easy to make the transition and it works well alongside other freelance work

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  21. Katie @ AMotherThing

    Well said! I have been blogging for almost 15 year in some capacity or other, but it was only this past January that I decided to see what I could do with it. Now I make way more money than I ever did in any previous career (I’ve had a few!). But it’s not about the money as much as the community. I get such amazing opportunities to meet inspiring people, connecting with those I never dreamed to meet.

    The one thing I don’t do (and I envy you for) is “breaking the fourth wall.” I rarely refer to my blog or my career as a blogger within my own community. I don’t often refer to blogging conferences or anything referencing money or the like on my site. I know that people who read me know that I make money through sponsorships and brand ambassadorships, but I have a real fear of losing my authentic voice, and I worry that referring to the career side of blogging will push people away.

    But I do love hearing how well my fellow bloggers are doing and how much blogging has changed their lives. 🙂
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    • honestmum

      Hi Katie, I write a lot about my blogging career and am so touched by so many who say it’s inspired and helped them, I love reading about other’s journeys and don’t think it takes anything away from your authentic voice, I think it adds to it and makes everything transparent. Everyone must do what they are comfortable with and like you I love the friendship that has come with blogging, it’s such a fabulous world to be in x

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  22. Babes about Town

    Love your blogging posts lady, always so inspirational. You helped spark the dream that became Mothers & Shakers and I love seeing you soar to bigger and bouncier things 😉 Blogging really is amazing, most of all because of the connections you can make with your readers and with fellow bloggers and one of my most amazing connections is undoubtedly with you (my cheque’s in the post right? hehe). Keep shaking x
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    • honestmum

      Haha will pay you later sis, you know how I feel about you lady, you are a rock to me and you inspire me daily, I will always be a Mother and a Shaker and I’m so proud of you and the girls, it’s an honour to be mates, love ya xx

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  23. Izzie Anderton

    Great post Vicky and it’s fabulous that blogging has given you so many wonderful opportunities. Blogging has taken me out of my comfort zone too and there’s nowhere I’d rather be either. Here’s to continued success x
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    • honestmum

      I love that Izzie, those words, ‘there’s nowhere I’d rather be’, here here and well done too for all your success xx

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  24. A Cornish Mum

    Love this post hon! As I’ve already told you, you were one of my inspirations to start blogging, and I’m so pleased I did. I’m no where near your standard of blog or achievements, but I’m getting paid a little for something I love doing, I’ve made so many new friends and had some amazing experiences already!
    Stevie xx
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    • honestmum

      Never say you are not at my standard, we are all the same, we are writing and doing what we love and I am just so touched I’ve inspired you, truly so thank you. I love your blog and getting to know you, I hope it’s not long before we meet in person too xxx

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  25. Potty Mouthed Mummy

    I adore it when you write posts like this. I feel the positivity wash over and inspire me!

    I totally get what you mean. Since January, going part time and now creating my side business exploiting my blog tech skills, I finally feel like I am where I am meant to be, when I need to be and it feels really good. Again all through the power of blogging and the support of the community, namely people like you xx
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    • honestmum

      Yay, you go girl, you are amazing and so freakin’ talented so reading this makes me crazy happy. Blogging and how empowering it can be is just amazing isn’t it, and at a time where historically as women on maternity leave or raising families to have the freedom to work how we want with so much opportunity and possibility blows my mind. It’s just how it should be, right. Can’t wait to hear more about your business girl, much love and thanks for being a great friend to me xx

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  26. Tin

    Well done, we all know you work hard for all that you have xx
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    • honestmum

      Thanks so much, I love it though so it never feels ‘hard’ if that makes sense, just a joy. A born writer, to use my previous career within my new one means a lot x

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  27. Jemma Chambers

    For a new blogger this is really helpful to read; I’m on mat leave, that career break you describe. I’m also horribly impatient and I keep thinking ‘this isn’t going anywhere, is it worth it?’, so reading this has made me want to plod on; I love it regardless! I’d love to read more on how you started
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    • honestmum

      Thanks so much Jemma and I felt exactly the same, I was actually chatting to my Mum recently about needing to write about my the early days more as I have a whole new and growing audience and to be honest I haven’t really blogged about those early days. Thanks for inspiring me to though and keep blogging, my blog gave me a great creative outlet that evolved to become my job

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  28. Fatima @ Baby Toddler Me

    You’re a true inspiration Vicki! And thanks for being so generous for the wisdom that you pass on to us newbie bloggers. Onwards and upwards for you!
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  29. Angela at Daysinbed

    Good for you Vicky. I’m still chasing this dream and your words inspire me. I just voted for you BTW! It is hard work and blogging is a good option for a mother if we are prepared to work really really hard! Keep at it and the opportunities will continue to come. I’m so pleased for you and that you can mis your filming with blogging. I do this with my teaching/education skills and it’s a fab way to go.

    Angela from http://www.daysinbed.com
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    • honestmum

      Thanks Angela, you are an inspiration lady, I think what’s so empowering is that the opportunities are there and they keep coming because the internet is such a democratic space to be working in, it really is wonderful, keep shining lady x

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  30. Bee

    What an inspiring post! Although I’m not a mummy blogger, but your blog is a huge source of inspiration for me. You dream big & I want to dream big. I love this post, and as a fellow blogger we should all champion our success stories!
    Bee
    http://www.queenbeady.com

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    • honestmum

      I love that Bee and we should always dream big and support one another, I love reading lots of blogs and many that aren’t parenting too, I share all my passions here from food to fashion and it always means a lot when people who don’t have kids including men too who say they enjoy my blog, I love your beautiful blog too x

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  31. LauraCYMFT

    What an inspiring post. Blogging is great and I love being part of this amazing community. Good for you! Sounds like you work really hard and that is inspiring.
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  32. Amber

    This is beautiful, V. You should be very proud of yourself for all that you have achieved. Yes, the opportunities were out there but you’ve found them, you’ve worked for them, and I’m delighted for you that it’s paid off. xx
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    • honestmum

      Thanks so much Amber that means a lot, blogging has been amazing for making friends such as yourself, that along with offering my kids so many amazing experiences are the highlights for me x

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  33. Elaine @ Entertaining Elliot

    Great post, I love your blog and I find you so inspirational. You’re proof of where one blog can take someone! Don’t ever change Vicki 🙂 xx
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  34. Notmyyearoff

    What a journey and one that I’ve loved following. I’m so glad you’ve healed through the trauma and gone from milestone to milestone with it all. You definitely sound really content and it’s really great reading about all your adventures!!

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    • honestmum

      Thanks darling, same with your blog, it’s wonderful following one another’s lives and there’s so much adventure ahead for us all x

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  35. Kate

    What an inspiring post, thank you for sharing! The blogging world can sometimes be overwhelming but it’s so much fun and this post just reminds me of that fact. 🙂
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    • honestmum

      Oh thanks hun, I know it can feel really overwhelming at times, but you are spot on, it really is a joy xx

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  36. Rachel @ The Ordinary Lovely

    Awww, love you. It’s not bragging, it’s fact. You work hard and deserve everything that comes your way, my dear x
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    • honestmum

      Love you too brilliant lady, thank you for your kind words, always worry as never mean anything in a braggy way, I just remember how lost I felt after Oliver and how much the blog gave and continues to give me xx

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