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CyberMummy according to SussexMummy

Posted by SussexMummy | Posted in Information | Posted on 26-06-2011

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A fantastic time was had yesterday at CyberMummy11 held at The Brewery in London. Truly motivational talks and workshops were held alongside guest speeches from Sarah Brown and Rachel Johnson. Companies took over CyberMummy Central in an attempt to wow us with their products and gave away goodie bags filled with a rather impressive array of items. There was even a Recharge Room where you could go and hide from the frantic pace and get a massage or your hair done or a mini make-over.

My highlights?

The guest speeches – Sarah Brown was absolutely brilliant and totally lovely, whilst Rachel Johnson was at her raucous and somewhat controversial best.

The Breakout Sessions – inspirational talks from Debbie O’Connor, Karen Cannard, Erica Douglas and Natalie Lue.

The Croc Stand – I am loving my new Croc Tone shoes and my little man has had a good old chew of his new shoes… oops!

The Johnson’s Baby Cupcakes – clearly the best cupcakes on offer, and I’m not just saying that because they were my sponsors for the day.

The free Dodo Pads – this was the first time I’d seen or used a Dodo pad and I thought they were brilliant. I’ll be using them again in the future.

My fellow bloggers – such an entertaining and friendly bunch of people. I must make a point of tracking many of you down on Twitter and following you and your blog.

The Crowdsourced Keynote speeches at the end – a brilliant range of blog posts from the truly heartbreaking to the totally hysterical with a bit of controversy thrown in for good measure.

And finally the CyberMummy goodie bag – how phenomenal was the brilliantly pink bag we all picked up on the way out? Needless to say any travel on public transport was rather tricky with all this swag which is why I took a taxi back to Victoria as opposed to battling onto the tube network!!

I had a brilliant day and I’m inspired and encouraged to work hard with my blog and to expand it and improve it. Thank you so much to Johnson’s for sponsoring me – I will definitely be back next year!!

Follow On Twitter:
Sarah Brown @SarahBrownUK
Rachel Johnson @RachelSJohnson
Debbie O’Connor @motivatingmumuk
Karen Cannard @karencannard
Erica Douglas @Erica
Natalie Lue @Nataliemlue

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