Nadine Hill

Wonderful Women Interview with Blogger & BritMums’ Editor Nadine Hill

Award winning blogger and editor, Nadine Hill writes at Juggle Mum and enjoys playing with words and images whilst teaching herself new skills. A lover of cruises, bright colours and cheesecake, Nadine likes to organise things at home and have flowers on her desk. She enjoys posting to all her social media channels (links at the end) and is also the Editor of Britain's leading network of lifestyle bloggers and social influencers, BritMums.
Twinings Camomile Tea

Daily Happy-Makers

Life can sometimes feel like a non-stop rollercoaster can't it, juggling family life, work as I/we try to be everything to everyone. The last few months have seen me take time out more, to relax daily and prioritise on what really makes my family and I happy. I always say, happy parents, happy children.
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How Kids Made Me More Creative

Kids have honestly made me more creative. That's a fact. I was of course creative before kids working as a screenwriter, director and magazine editor...you get the picture. I was born creative, baby. Hear me out though, those kids took my creativity to another level. Throughout history (and I've found throughout my life so far too), creativity arises and thrives within limitations, be it time, budget, tools/access, they exist and are are actually vital in making creativity happen.

Wonderful Women-Interview with Writer Anya Harris

Anya Harris is a single mum, in her forties, happily divorced with two young boys aged eight and four, the lights of her life. With a background in finance and in the Healing Arts, she likes to bridge the two worlds, bringing practicality together with intuition - a kind of spiritual awareness in an increasingly hectic world. She loves a laugh and girlfriends are her mainstay.
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Addicted to my Phone???

I have a problem. Lately I seem to be surgically attached to my mobile phone. I think we all are (aren't we?). It's been going on for a while now. I see it up and down the land from playgrounds to boardrooms and I don't want to be that girl.