Yummy Mummy Writing prompts week one!

The first set of Yummy Mummy writing prompts are now live on Nickie’s blog I am Typecast! There are three different prompts to get you thinking (and writing) and to help us raise awareness of Clic Sargent’s fantastic Yummy Mummy campaign.

Not sure what the Yummy Mummy campaign is all about? Click here to find out Nickie’s reasons for getting involved. Basically, we are asking as many mums to take part as possible, to raise money over one week for the charity who support families affected by childhood Cancer. Click here to find out what it means to me.


The writing prompts are fantastic. Week one’s prompts are all about what your children mean to you.

There are three to choose from:

1. write a personal post: what having children means to you; how your life has changed; how you have changed; the smal things that make it all so worthwhile

2. write a yummy post: do you have any experiences of childhood Cancer?

3. write a creative post: imagine your child can’t be home with you. You miss them terribly- what do you do? How does it feel?

All you need to do is to choose one of the prompts and write. That’s it. Then come back on Thursday to link up on Nickie’s blog. If you don’t have a blog but you still want to write, get in touch and I will help you ink up. Make sure you add a link to the campaign in your post: http://www.yummymummy.org.uk/

In the meantime, get on Facebook and Twitter and get the word out. Use the hashtag #dosomethingyummy and share your posts as much as you can.


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