You can listen to Pippa being interviewed on a couple of great podcasts:
Maternity Leavers with Soozi Baggs: Pippa talks about how she balances her work at Story of Mum and her work freelancing in film as a script editor and project management
Mom at 41: Why Motherhood was a Shock - Pippa talks about how hard it was to transition into becoming a mother in those early days, and how she reconnected to her identity and self-belief again.
Read about us
You can read about us all over the world, visiting these wonderful places:
Raising Films, UK Handmade, Mums Got a Business, Laundry Line Divine, Kind Over Matter, Life in Pleasantville, See Beautiful, Yummy Mummy Club, Ellen Z Elwell, Advancing Poetry, Researching Reform, Prymface, Storybramble: the story cafe, Honest Mum, Downs Side Up, Sue Atkins Parenting Coach, Words By AmyIBeeson, Dear Mummy (our activities have inspired lots of her blogs including this lovely one on nature mandala making), Emma4facs, and Chocolate is Not the Only Fruit.
Pippa's photograph was selected for the front cover of Parent Tribe magazine (on the left), sharing a photo essay and article about our love of found hearts.
To see how we inspire other mums (and dads!) to get creative and share their stories, check out our virtual exhibition tour, which featured Story of Mum's exhibition on 50 blogs worldwide.
Story of Mum has featured in Good Housekeeping, Juno Magazine, Real People, Sainsbury's Magazine, Waitrose Magazine, Brew Drinking Thinking, Primary Times and Mojo Mums, and has appeared in local press (like this) and radio, amongst others.
We were also shortlisted for Tesco Mum of the Year 2012, and Pippa featured in the Daily Mail for our #mykidsdressedme charity campaign.
If you would like to write or talk about Story of Mum, we would love to hear from you. We're also always interested in hearing from mums who'd like to guest post here.