My top posts of 2019
Jan06

My top posts of 2019

I blog about family life with my three teenagers – the things that happen to us and the issues that affect us. Increasingly, I blog about running too – the races, the training and the many parkruns my family takes part in. These are the things I like to write about, but what do my readers like to read about? The post I’ve published that day will usually be my top performing post of the day (unless it’s a book...

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My top posts of 2018
Dec27

My top posts of 2018

I blog about family life and the things that happen to us. I blog about running and the books I read. Sometimes I feel inspired to rant about a bigger issue that affects more than just my little family. These are the things I like to write about, but what did my readers like to read about in 2018? I’m always fascinated when I look at my top performing posts each day. The post I’ve written that day will usually be the most viewed post...

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Your child’s digital footprint (Britmums Live)
Jun23

Your child’s digital footprint (Britmums Live)

For me, one of the most relevant and thought-provoking sessions at Britmums Live was about your child’s digital footprint. Because children have them. Sometimes from a very young age. On average, parents share 195 photos online of their children every year before the age of 5. So that’s 1,000 photos online before they even start school. And that’s ‘normal’ people, muggles. You can be sure that most...

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