Years of honing the idea, months of planning and weeks endless hours of work and Inspireroo magazine was born!
A magazine for aspirational parents and grandparents, aunties and uncles.
At Inspireroo we hope to bring inspiration to families from a variety of backgrounds and circumstances to encourage us all to go outdoors, go further, do more,spending precious time with our children…
Let’s rediscover the world together!
Inspireroo is created by a pool of extremely inspirational writers, who share their experiences daily to learn from each other and teach one another;
Inspireroo is written by parents for parents. (If you think you have what it take to write for us, join our community)
We recognise that, as guardians of the future generation we all share a universal path, where, despite the world changing around us,- we strive to nurture our children into healthy, well-rounded adults.
The pace of developments in scientific and technological fields is phenomenal and indeed transforming our lives. Yet as our world changes we become isolated from those elements that have sustained our species for millennia; we are living more and more in artificial environments, our access to information and news of the world is filtered by what large corporations think we want to see or by their financial drivers.
If you think of it, all living organisms are ultimately interconnected and the benefits of maintaining our connection with nature have been proven in many studies. An active, outdoors lifestyle keeps us generally more healthy. Let’s do this together!
And because we can’t be out and about all the time we include fun crafts, cooking and baking features to fill those spare day, afternoons and evenings, creating wonderful memories of family time.
About the Editors
a marine biologist, environmental educator, computer science teacher, mum of 2, crafter, writer, cook and gardener. She is, by her own account, one of those people that never stops. She’s not one to sit and do nothing. This leads Cerys to do lots of activities to support the kids’ learning at school, get creative as a family, DIY projects, recipes that come out of experiments in her kitchen. She travels avidly, loves teaching her children about the world around them- experience different cultures and history. Environmental issues are always close to her heart.
Cerys is one of the UK most successful parent bloggers, blogging at Rainy Day Mum
an animal scientist, turned business consultant and blogger is a mum of 3. She was born into travel, moving from country to country as a child of diplomatic parents. Monika is a daily curator of multilingual chaos (her children speak 4 European languages, using 3 at home), organiser of family adventures, days out & travels. She will often jump in the car with their small caravan hooked on, or , lately, into their campervan and embark on fabulous European road trips. A family of outdoor enthusiasts, who dive straight into off-the-beaten track cultural experiences too.
Monika’s personal tales can be read at Mum on the brink