1. Are you different and, if so, how?
Not as different as I used to be! When I was at primary school I was super tall and wore glasses.. Not only that but a few times I was the new girl at school from another part of the UK. Always a bit of a tomboy too. I even played the trombone and then took up rugby. Not sure how different I am these days..
2. Do you celebrate your uniqueness or strive to fit in?
As a younger child I did my best to fit in - I picked up the local accent as soon as possible, avoided wearing my specs (thank goodness for the invention of contact lenses!) etc. As I grew older I have grown proud of my specs and my height and tell my children its cool to be different!
3. Are you ever judgemental of other mums who are different from you? Answer honestly even if only in your own head.
Its almost impossible not to be! Then again in the back of my mind I do wonder what judgements other people make of me..
4. What would you like to be different about you?
I'd like to be quieter and slimmer!!
5. Have you ever being attacked or bullied for being different? How did that affect you?
At primary school I was called names for my height such as Godzilla and called Specky Becky. As an adult I did have a few years of being deemed too posh by other school mums due to my Buckinghamshire accent. Otherwise OK!
6. If you had to write an advert for yourself as a limited edition ,what would you say to make people think you were great?
I had to ask my kids! Apparently I am cuddly and clever oh and pretty ;-)
I would like to think that I am inspirational to other mums to be positive and to other unfit folks that getting out there and running is possible for anyone!