Mama Tribe UK
Mama Tribe is a directory and hub of information supporting Women in business, through Motherhood and as a community.
Mama Tribe UK
Is a directory of the small businesses you love. It is also a community and a hub of information to support Women through Motherhood and in business.
Together we can empower and support one another. We are a generation of Women that want to have the family, the job and the social life. Motherhood today is about lifestyle choices. It’s about choosing and doing the things that make us happy. It’s NOT about making sacrifices, it’s about making the life we want, work.
By connecting Mothers across the UK, Mama Tribe is a growing community that supports one another and works together attracting amazing, strong women, hustling away, crafting a life they desire with passion and determination, whilst raising their own little tribe.
Danni is an ex London girl now living back in the Cotswolds as a Mama of two boys, dedicated shopper, part time blogger and previously owner of a retail business that burned down!
Danni knows all about the highs and lows of running your own business! She has a wealth of experience in sales, marketing and management and has worked as a consultant for start ups. Danni knows how to create a business from scratch, create a brand and get it noticed.
As a supporter of small business, shop local and the InstaShop boom, Danni is committed to supporting women in business and helping to connect Mamas with the resources that will help their business to grow.
Her motivation behind MAMA TRIBE, was firstly to help others through the challenges of setting up and running their own business. To promote all of the independent brands and businesses set up by Mamas or for Mamas.
Then secondly as a girl that has moved from the City to the Countryside away from her friends and had two babies, she also understands how important it is to be part of a community and find like minded Women.
So Danni is collaborating with the groups, meet-ups, classes and workshops across the UK, to support what they are doing and to promote them. She aims to create a national MAMA TRIBE, whilst juggling family life and trying to retain a slither of her own unique pre-kid sparkle!
MOTHERHOOD BLOG TEAM
The highs and lows of real modern Mamas, raising their TRIBE
Model turned mother turned model turned blogger, Louise is a 36 year old curvy size 14 model still very much in the business. She writes humorously about her two jobs – as a Mama and a model.
Full time student by day and a writer by night, evenings and weekends. Remi’s blog, Books Baby and Back, is aimed at showcasing a true and realistic representation of how her life has been once a baby was added into the mix.
Haley lives in South East London with her husband and beautiful babies, boy and girl twins. Currently on maternity leave from working in Education, blogging became a way of connecting with other fabulous mamas across the globe.
Birmingham based Mum of twins plus one. Session singer, Vocal and Piano tutor.
Part of Worship Central. Personal Training and Fitness Student
Mum of 2 boys and freelance marketing consultant, Emma set up her own business in 2016 after her second son was born. Based in Glasgow Emma loves the balance between city and country life and is on the constant hunt for activities to tire out the inexhaustible kids.
Lucy is the only girl in a family of boys. She writes about her day to day life as she finds herself teetering on the edge trying to make it work. Everything from fashion to mental health with a few laughs along the way.
Ellie is a part time event planner, part time blogger and full time mummy to 2 year old Lily Wren. She lives in Rugby, Warwickshire and writes about her family, navigating the world in her 30’s and learning to love life as a Mum.
Samira is mama to a talkative little boy called Lucas and lives with her partner in Manchester. She blogs and vlogs about her family, love of traveling, going on adventures, learning about different cultures and languages.
Claire is a Scottish parenting blogger from Edinburgh. She loves adventures and making memories with her little family. She is sharing her journey as a first time mummy to Cailyn. Keeping it real, raising awareness about living with endometriosis and creating events for parents and bloggers using her personal background.
Indy is a full time Marketing Manager for two kid’s online retailer shops. She’s a Messy Play business owner and Mother to 2 little princesses – Daya & Avaani. She loves a good Coffee and is forever trying to stay awake past 9pm & exploring the globe one country at a time with my little team.
MAMA TRIBE CONTRIBUTORS
Business advice, fashion, fitness and lifestyle inspiration from our MAMA TRIBE community
Emily lives and works in Brighton as a personal trainer and is a first time mum to ‘Winter’. She believes strongly in the importance of enjoying fitness, especially in pregnancy and mumhood.
Lisa specialises in bump, baby and family natural light photography and lives in beautiful Warwickshire. She is a wife and mama to two gorgeous boys which keeps her on her toes! Having very active children herself, she knows how important it is to capture everyday life as they grow up and what kids do best ‘have lots of fun!’
Mamas Who Move
Lulu is a Personal Trainer and Fitness Instructor based on the Isle of Wight. She writes specifically for MT about Pre and Post Natal Fitness.
Nikki is a Mum to two children Isaac and Olivia. She is a teaching assistant as well as a blogger, that started four years ago when she created a local support and advice group for parents in her area.
A Yorkshire girl now living in London with her little boy Beau. Verity writes about Fashion, Motherhood & reviews of events for MT
MEET OUR TEAM OF
MAMA TRIBE SCOUTS
We have Scouts spread across the UK, their role is to connect with businesses and groups local to them, and promote the brands, services and events happening locally, as well support the Mama Tribe community. You can connect with them all on Instagram @mama.scout.name
Tribe: A group of distinct people that form a community,
linked by a common dialect, that share similar values and are largely self-sufficient.
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