Having worked as a print journalist, radio journalist, blogger, copywriter and radio presenter, my career so far has been an exciting and varied one.
I graduated from Cardiff University with a 2:1 in English Literature in 2005. I then spent a year doing work placements at regional newspapers and radio stations, before moving to India for 3 months to work on a magazine in Sivakasi, Tamil Nadu.
Returning back to the UK in 2006, I completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Broadcast Journalism in Falmouth, graduating in 2007 with a Distinction.
The next couple of years were spent working for various radio stations around the UK as a Broadcast Journalist. I regularly worked on breaking news stories and tracked down exclusive interviews, which consistently topped news bulletins and gained me a speedy climb to Breakfast News Editor at 2tenfm.
During this time, I headed a breast cancer charity awareness campaign for the station and went on to be at the forefront of the rebrand to Heart in 2009.
I worked as breakfast newsreader on the show up until 2010, before leaving the station to become a mum.
After having my daughter in June 2010, I set up a parenting blog, Mother’s Always Right, which quickly gained a large following, being nominated and shortlisted for two national awards within 6 months of it going live.
It was during this time that my love of writing was rekindled and I turned my hand to writing parenting and lifestyle features for various websites and magazines. I also began to be approached about ghost blogging, social media consulting and copywriting work, juggling these projects alongside motherhood and the odd freelance radio shift at Heart and the BBC.
Then, in August 2011, I spent a week co-hosting the breakfast show at Heart West Country. It’s fair to say the romance with radio once again blossomed. This led me to take up the microphone alongside Jez Clark at Heart Wiltshire, to launch Heart Breakfast with Jez and Molly in January 2012.
I now work as a broadcaster, blogger, writer, journalist and copywriter.
But the job title I most covet is Mother of the Year, although I rather thinks this one is still a long way off.