So Who Are The #Grooving Mums And What Are They Up To?

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A very few weeks ago, I set up a blog hop called #GroovingMums. I did it because I wanted to change my life and to get involved with women who were also trying to rediscover or reinvent themselves.

I did not know that today I would feature as Netmums Blog post of the week. I am delighted that the post they chose mentioned the #grooving mums even if only in passing.

So who are these wonderful women in all their glory as it were. Click the links and get to know them better.

I find all of them inspirational but just for once if you only manage to read one of the stories, let it be number 1 and then do something to help.


A great writer who is shedding pounds and finding very positive ways to declutter.

Did you know #groovingmums is now global? Here is a UK mum getting her groove back whilst adapting to life overseas. She always has a slightly different take on things which I, for one, find fascinating.

A welcome newbie to the #groovingmums clan gives us such an important message this week about seeing the lovely in the apparently mundane.

A mum who has made wonderful progress in getting her physical groove back and is a mistress at trying new challenges.

A mum who is doing well on getting her groove back whilst recognising the real impact of sleep deprivation.

Our other #groovingmums family. If I have missed anyone out, just give me a huge boot up the bum and I will add your link.
A mum who juggles work and parenting of children with individual needs.
A mum who is open and honest and admits to struggles when she has them which I think is a very good thing.
A mum who is overcoming post-natal depression and helping others along the way too.
A mum who has a diverse blog so do take a look.

She does not post a #groovingmums post very week but when she does they are rich and just wonderful. They make you want to know her better.

And finally and I am sure on behalf of all the #groovingmums, let’s offer a huge congratulations to Chloe over here

who brought new life into the world this week with the birth of her second lovely daughter. Now that really is what I call grooving! Welcome to the world little one and take care Chloe.

I am hoping that you will empathise with at least one of these mums. Pop across, read what they are up to and leave a supportive comment.

They are all absolutely fabulous and you probably are too so if you fancy becoming a #groovingmum. It is free, flexible and fun, tune in for tomorrow’s post explaining how it works.

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Award-winning writer, blogger, social media consultant and charity campaigner. Social Media Manager for BritMums, the UK's largest parent blogging network Freelance clients include Firefly Communications and Save the Children UK. Works with brands on marketing projects. Examples include Visit Orlando, Give As You Live, Coca-Cola and Kodak. Cambridge Law graduate with many years experience working across three sectors in advice, media relations, events, training and project management. Available for hire at affordable rates.

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  1. how can i become a grooving mum? im reinventing myself by going back to college to better our future and i blog (go on) about it all the time :)


  2. An excellent list and thank you very much for popping me on there – I’ll be back later in the day to read some of the others x


  3. Weldone on the Netmums blog of the week – thoroughly desereved and thank you for the mention!!!! Hopefully will do a new grooving post this week!


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