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Kelly Allen

Kelly Allen

I blog about our family lifestyle, arts and culture as well as product reviews. I write a large amount of theatre and day out reviews, which I absolutely love. Initially, it started off as an outlet for my thoughts on writing my first novel, The Moss Garden. After a year or so, it grew into […]

Mumble Mum

Mumble Mum

Pippa is a mum to two boys. And like most mums, she has to deal with the hard work of running a family. But being a mum is where the YouTuber gets most of her inspiration: “I cover all things parenting. The funny stuff, the boring stuff and everything in between! Having worked previously in […]

Twin Mummy and Daddy

Twin Mummy and Daddy

Emily Higgins started blogging after the birth of her twin girls. “My husband and I had IVF and during this time, I kept an online diary of our journey on a fertility forum. After the birth of our twins, I wanted to keep writing about our experiences so I transferred my diary entries onto the […]

WalesOnCraic

Patric

I have been writing ‘fake news’ since I produced my own spoof news magazines at high school. I set up WalesOnCraic in late August 2014, just before Cardiff hosted the NATO Summit. I began by posting spoof Welsh news stories and the first few weeks were hard and I had very little traffic. But I […]

DIY Daddy

DIY Daddy

“I started my blog three and a half years ago because I broke my wrist while working, which resulted in me being off work for six weeks. I got very bored and my wife suggested that I start a blog about parenting and DIY so I did – and it’s the best thing I ever […]

Mrs Helicopter

Mrs Heliocpter

I blog about feminism and parenting with a big dose of silliness. My goal is to talk about feminism in an inclusive and non-alienating way. I don’t want it to be labelled as an extremist ideology. I want it to feel approachable and not all man-hating, bra-burning poe-facedness. But also, I just really like to […]

Picture the Positive

Laura Picture Positive

Picture The Positive was created when I was struggling with my mental health. I needed something to focus on, and writing has always been a hobby of mine, so I decided to set up a personal blog to spearhead my recovery, and the more I wrote, the better I felt! Social Media is a fantastic […]

Welsh Mummy Blogs

Charlotte Harding blogger

I initially started blogging as a way in which to record my son’s growing up. I wanted to record all the great places we go and fun things we do. After a while, I noticed that people started to follow the blog over social media and that the posts that received the most likes or […]

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