Kirstie Allsopp Britmumslive
Kirstie Allsopp Britmumslive

Here is my review of Britmums 2013:

I turned up very overwhelmed with trying to spend time with the kids, keep my blog going, plans to start a new Woodcraft Folk group in September, and a new HUGE mega secret project.

I’ve come away with facts and inspiring ideas that will help me manage it all.

Most of all I had lots of tea and cake and met 75% of the people I wanted to meet and some new ones, which was wonderful.

Most was perfect, a couple of things I didn’t like.

 

I’ve talked about:

I also did a quick review of the kids trips to the Cutty Sark, boat trip, Aquarium and London Zoo and the kids appear unprompted a couple of times.

 

 

Let me know what you think about this new idea of mine to do more on video – I reckon I can get more posts out this way, as it’s much quicker to talk through stuff than write it (I polish too much!).

 

Jen, Penny and Me!
Jen, Penny and Me!

 

 

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I help Mums (and me!) to enjoy being a Mum more and feel happier, healthier and wealthier.

I also help Small Business Owner mums to get their businesses booming, paying for the bills & fun adventures and fitting into their lives easily.

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- No diets and bootcamps - is my series about weight loss
- Sparkling you - inspired my book
- Relationships - has a lot of useful information

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19 COMMENTS

  1. Was truly wonderful to meet you this past weekend and I shall be eagerly watching to see how your blog and projects develop over this next year! Have you recovered from it all yet? I still feel totally wiped, but also completely enthused 🙂

    1. Thank you @Amanda – I’m in quite a lot of pain I must admit, and most of my symptoms have flared, but it’s not got to chronic scale, so not too bad and I’m really glad I went. Big hugs to you, so glad we met.

  2. Bit sad that we didn’t spend more time chatting. It flashed by in a whirl of folk. I agree with you on the video thing. Especially reviews I can do more quickly, and I think it’s probably good value for the brand, given that they get a You Tube link as well as a blog post.

    1. @Actuallymummy, yes it was a shame – but we can always catch up locally in good old Snorbens ;o) I’m so glad you won, and I loved your keynote – CONGRATULATIONS!!

    1. Thank you lovely @Redtedart and thank you for the little snippet of information you gave me there as well – much appreciated.

    1. I know – you were part of the 25% I didn’t get to chat to @KatyHill – it’ll just have to be on facebook instead!

  3. It was so lovely to meet you! You are so lovely and warm and friendly. Really loved your v-blog – great and balanced round up. I couldn’t listen to Paul Armstrong for more than ten minutes – he spoke so fast it gave me a headache! X.

    1. Bless him, he was a bit hyper wasn’t he @older_mum! Now we need to work out when we are going to meet up next!!!

      1. @Paul thank you for that!!! So much information, it will be great to go through it again in more depth!

    1. Thank you @Blissfulmama – yes there was loads of stuff wasn’t there – bet you’ll be able to attend those ones next year though, so it gives you something to look forward to!

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