Tune into @BBCWiltshire Tomorrow Thursday 6th June at 10am-ish – Mark O’Donnell & Me!

I am chatting to Mark O’Donnell of BBC Radio Wiltshire at 10am-ish about being a finalist in the Brilliance in Blogging Awards.

BBC Wiltshire

Please tune in!!

I started the blog amodernmilitarymother.com in 2009 to help explain life from the other side of the British military. I wrote the blog as a reflection of her own experiences in a decade of marriage to a man who serves in the military. This was my truth. In 2010 we separated. Despite my separation I cannot sever from military life completely, my children are still impacted by the continued and prolonged absences of their father. I am still a modern, military mother. My estranged RAF officer husband, a former Chinook pilot is now serving as the Brigade Air Liasion Officer to 12 Mech Brigade, based in Bulford, Wiltshire.

This blog is a finalist for the INNOVATE Brit Mums Brilliance in Blogging Award

The winner will be announced at Brit Mums LIVE on the 21st June to be held at The Brewery, London

BritMums is the UK’s largest parent blogger collective. We offer bloggers the latest support, advice and how-tos as well as feature great content on food, travel, relationships, health, charities, crafting and much more. Our social network is free to join and helps bloggers connect with others; our BritMums Pro programme connects bloggers with brand on our high-quality projects and our annual event is the blogging event of the year.

 

BUY MY NEW BOOK

A Modern Military Mother – Tales from the Domestic Frontline – Paperback

A Modern Military Mother – Tales from the Domestic Frontline – KINDLE

 

Watch the Pilot TV show – AMMMTV

http://ow.ly/dHUnQ

 

Read my column every week in the Salisbury Journal

http://www.salisburyjournal.co.uk/sj_opinion/modern_military_mother/

 

Find me on the Huff Post UK

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/clare-macnaughton#

 

 

 

 

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