Learn how to tweet like a Pro

This week in the Social Mums’ Members Community we’re running three Live Masterclasses that will take you from Twitter complete beginner to tweeting like a pro.

Each Live Masterclass will last around half an hour and will take you through the different aspects of using Twitter for your Business.

You can join the Members Community for only £17 per month so you’ll get access to this plus all of the other training materials including all our Instagram training as well as a guide to getting started with Facebook and Instagram ads.

Plus if you miss any of our Live Masterclasses you’ll be able to watch them back as often as you wish.

You can cancel your membership to the community at any time, click here to find out more and to join today.

Book Review – Hype Yourself

We like to keep up with the latest books out there that can help small business owners build their brand and make their business a success. So, we’ve been very excited about the launch of Hype Yourself by Lucy Werner.

It promises to be an invaluable toolkit for anyone looking for help to build their brand. Crammed full of insider advice starting with the PR building blocks of forming your strategy, to the execution of creative campaigns. This guide claims it will show you that anyone can learn to be a great publicist and that you will see direct results in your business. Continue reading

How Instagram can improve your body image

This week is Mental Health Awareness week and this year’s theme is Body Image – how we think and feel about our bodies.

We all know that how we feel about our bodies can have a huge impact on our well being and mental health. Recent research by the Mental Health Foundation found that one in ten women have self-harmed because of their body image and worryingly for the next generation almost half of 18-25 year olds said images on social media had caused them to worry about their body image. Continue reading


I started a hashtag #mealplanningissexy because Meal Planning may well be the sexiest thing you do this year!

I know you probably think I’m off my rocker, but I’m here to make a stand against the stodgy and staid reputation meal planning has in our culture. I meal plan and I’m proud to shout all about it from the rooftops because it means I’m more chilled, I’m spending better quality time with my dudes, I’m able to keep the house looking (slightly more) respectable and I’m saving loads of money every week by doing it. That’s super sexy, right? Continue reading