So, this is me… Busy mum to two beautiful boys who absolutely keep me on my toes. Wife to Farmer Ben, who likes to think he keeps me on my toes, but really we all know its the other way around. Mum to two Yorkie fur babies (Sonny-Leigh and Tinkerbell Princess of the Fairies. Yes, really). Huge lover of things that go baaa and will always fall head over wellies with the smallest, weakest lambs, which are the main reason that you’ll find me crying a lot at lambing time!
I’m huge on family and spend as much time as I can with them… Even when they don’t want to! I am mad about the colour pink, and am my happiest when in my wellies, with my boys and taking a stroll through our beautiful woods.
I’m a singer and a dancer (I didn’t say a good one) and not on the stage but rather in my kitchen, usually when cooking tea, but i’m a huge believer that it’s good for your soul. Lately I’ve decided to let the inner, spiritual Chloe shine through after many years of keeping her locked away through fear of being laughed at or judged, now I’ve reached the big 30 my thoughts are ‘sod it!’
When I’m not keeping house and home, helping on the farm and being a mummy, I’m “mumpreneuring” it up with my farm and farm wife inspired clothing and merchandise range, as well as running the online community and making sure the world knows just how amazing farmers wives and partners are, as well as ensuring that farm wives know about our fantastic community, perfect at bringing women together to connect and share the same crazy lives!
My 5 minutes of Countryfile fame opened up a whole load of doors for me and I’ve thoroughly enjoyed peeking behind each one! Obviously the whole Farming Hero Awards was an amazing experience from start to finish and one that I’ll always be proud of and will never forget. I was also invited to the BBC Cardiff Studio where I met and was interviewed by the totally lovely Lynn Bowles, yet another awesome experience… I had my own parking space, complete with a sign stating ‘Reserved for Chloe Williams’ and everything! And of course then the papers and mags wanted to interview me too! Farmer Ben said I’d “made it” after both Farmers Guardian AND Farmers Weekly approached me!
Anyway, over the last few years and all the madness, or craziness, that’s followed it’s inspired me to take that leap and start “blogging”. I have always had a passion for reading and writing but never really had anything to write about, until now…
Farmers Weekly Magazine
Farmers Guardian Magazine
Irish Farming Journal
In The Country Magazine
BBC Radio Wales
Mother & Baby Magazine
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