A bonkers but true post.
An inspirational interview.
Michelle Griffith-Robinson is a former Olympic athlete who represented GB for over two decades in the Triple jump. Michelle joins only a handful of women in the UK to have jumped over 14 metres.
Welcome to the latest instalment of Wonderful Women, featuring brilliant author, digital strategist & entrepreneur Natasha Courtenay-Smith.
I'm honoured to be an ambassador for Oxfam UK and equally excited to share my involvement in 'Dressed by the Kids Day'.
Life is busy right now. Crazy busy but I've never been happier. I love being rather manic, it's my default mode, and doing what I love: blogging and all that that entails is constantly stretching and stimulating me. I feel ALIVE people!
We're now back from a dream holiday in Jamaica reviewing Beaches Resorts Ocho Rios, and while there, my little heros learnt how to swim in utterly stylish gifted swimwear by celebrity favourite Sunuva.
My sons rock a vivid, bold, bright and patterned wardrobe, just as they are individuals, who love watching Tinkerbell as much as Thomas the Tank Engine, their wardrobe is diverse, striking and not restricted by gender.
So we'd not attended a film premiere for a while (hard life huh) and then two come along at once! I know!!! We attended the glittering world premiere of Paddington last week at the Odeon Leicester Square and before even hitting the publish button on the post about it, I'd received an invite for the Get Santa premiere, the following Sunday!
Yesterday was a rather special day for this family as along with my husband Peter, our child Oliver, 4 and my friend Sharmin who was visiting from Amsterdam, I attended the world premiere of Paddington.
As well as being a blogger and founder of this here blog, I'm also an award-winning filmmaker and mother of two. I'm honoured to be taking part in the Mamas & Papas' Urbo campaign alongside Edith Bowman, Charlie Condou and Cherry Healy, giving an account of life as a working parent and my views on celebrating modern parenting.