Sharing in another mum’s life online keeps so many of us sane – and that’s why we’ve launched The Mum List to celebrate those fabulous mamas who inspire, entertain and reassure us all.
The Mum List presents the very best UK-based mumfluencers, including bloggers, vloggers and Instagrammers, no matter how big their following – and there are some fab mum-bloggers with less than 5000 followers alongside the two-million-plus big hitters.
We asked you to nominate your favourite mumfluencers and their online content was judged on these qualities:
- Feel-good factor: Does she make you happy to be the mum you are?
- Inspirational: Does it inspire you to be the mum you want to be?
- Relatable: Do you feel she’s a normal mum, just like you?
- Reassuring: Does she help you cope with the challenges of being a mum?
- Entertaining: Does she make you laugh and want to come back for more?
- Innovative: Does she give you a unique view on life as a mum?
So without further ado, here's the countdown of the top mumfluencers you need to follow in 2019.
A life coach, author and mum to son Enzo, Anna Williamson is one busy woman having also just joined the team of Celebs Go Dating
, but she doesn’t let it stop her from campaigning about the importance of maternal mental health.
Artist Jemma will inject a burst of colour into your Instagram feed with her positive illustrations to perk up your day. And we really
want her amazing hair.
When Nilly couldn’t find any Muslim parenting blogs to read, she decided to start her own and we’re so
glad she did. Offering insight into her life as a British Bengali mum-of-three, Nilly shares cleaning hacks, fashion videos and family vlogs and we’re addicted!
A mama that needs no introduction, Mother&Baby
columnist Giovanna is one busy lady. An author, actress, blogger, vlogger, presenter <and> mum to Buzz, Buddy and Max (phew!), we’re not quite sure how Giovanna manages everything without a time machine! Gi’s warm personality shines through everything she does and did we mention her three sons are uber-cute?
Founder of Make Motherhood Diverse
, an initiative that aims to encourage a more accurately representative and diverse depiction of motherhood in the media, Candice Brathwaite is truly a force to be reckoned with. Mum to Esmè and RJ, straight-talking Candice compiles inspirational reads through her Instagram and blog that always leave us thinking.
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