We Got This (Sometimes!) in the Press
A Norwich meet-up to help mums juggle work, childcare, leisure and life…
Setting up your own business is the latest theme for We Got This (Sometimes!) – launched by a Norfolk mum keen to bring top parenting bloggers, speakers and entertainers to Norfolk - click the image, or here to read more in the Eastern Daily Press.
ONE OF THE COUNTRY’S MOST RESPECTED BEAUTY WRITERS, SALI HUGHES, WILL BE IN CONVERSATION WITH SAM CHAPMAN OF PIXIWOO….
Event organiser Emma Victor-Smith tells us more….click on the image to read or see the full magazine here in Norwich Resident Magazine, October Issue.
Perfect timing if you’re looking to give your wardrobe an autumn update - or clear some space to make way for new purchases…thank you Norwich Resident!
AUTUMN 2018 EVENT LINE UP - 21 SEPTEMBER 2018
Thrilled with the coverage for the Autumn Norwich event line up: Fashion Re:Boot, Sali Hughes in conversation with Sam Chapman and The Christmas Scummy Mummies Show. The online article is here.
FAB READS AND FEEDS FOR PARENTS by Sally white in the edp
Family blogger Sally has created a brilliant reading list to help you through the toddler years, the teen years and all the parenting points in between. You can find Sally here.
we got this in the edp - 1st october 2017
I had my first press interview for my own business and not a client with Sophie at the EDP, she was very kind and gave We Got This awesome coverage. The article is here.
we got this in the edp - 10 january 2018
Inspirational – mum’s new business bringing parenting heroines to her home town
we got this in DEREHAM TIMES - 7 FEBRUARY 2018
‘In the grips of post-natal depression I came away empowered’ - Dereham mum on how parents can enjoy a healthy social life
we got this and fashion re:boot in the norwich resident - 5 april 2018
'We had a fabulous night out when Fashion Re:Boot came to Norwich for the first time' - Editor Emma Lee
PARENTING COMEDY SHOW SCUMMY MUMMIES PERFORMING LIVE IN NORWICH - EDP 6 FEBRUARY 2018
'The duo celebrate the scummier side of parenting, from drinking wine at teatime to hiding from the PTA' Sophie Wyllie