Wonderful Women Interview with Founder of The Body Image Movement, Taryn Brumfitt.
Interview with designer Lisa Todd.
#Dadboss interview with author Mark Ellis.
Giovanna Fletcher is a Sunday Times bestselling author, vlogger, wife to Tom Fletcher and mum to two boys Buzz and Buddy.
Lela London is a self described 'pint-sized lifestyle and travel blogger' who has turned her passion for writing, photography, and entertaining into a full time job.
This week, I'm speaking to Zanna Van Dijk whom I had the pleasure of speaking with about our careers at an incredible workshop with Red Magazine on how to Jump Start Your Career In Tech! Zanna is a fellow professional blogger and all-round inspiring and wonderful human being, and it's an honour to interview her for my series!
Lucy is a 30-year-old Senior PR Manager living in London who works for the Red Consultancy across a variety of health, beauty, food and lifestyle brands including Boots and Johnson & Johnson. As a nutrition and fitness nut, she’s recently started a blog and Instagram account inspiring others to go out and try classes and recipes on www.msmotivator.me, with daily Instagram memes from her global travels aimed at motivating and making people smile @msmotivatorme.
Nicola is a mother to two boys, Stephen and Jack, and works from home for digital marketing agency Exposure Ninja as an SEO Ninja.
Anoushka Beazley is author of debut novel 'The Good Enough Mother': a satirical, black comedy about a woman who cannot afford to pay her daughters private school tuition so she turns to criminal means. Anoushka is also a freelance writer, has a post graduate diploma in Acting, a BA Hons in Film and an MA in Creative Writing.
Kate Thompson is an author, journalist and ghostwriter. Her debut novel, Secrets of the Singer Girls, became a Sunday Times bestseller and is followed by the recently released, Secrets of the Sewing Bee. Kate lives in Twickenham with her husband Ben, their two sons, Ronnie (8) and Stanley (4) and an elderly Jack Russell called Twinkle.
Sarah Turner is a freelance writer and Sunday Times bestselling author. Her first book, The Unmumsy Mum, has its roots in her parenting blog by the same name. Sarah lives in Devon with her husband, James, and their two boys, Henry (4) and Jude (1).
It's time for another Wonderful Women, and for this interview, I have had the pleasure of speaking to Sally Whittle.
It's time for the latest Wonderful Women interview, which is one of my favourite features on this blog - celebrating all the incredibly inspiring and kick-ass women out there!
It's National Curry Week, so this week I feel honoured to interview Anjula Devi for my Wonderful Women series.