Morphy Richards Innovators wanted – Apply Now!


As parents, we know how to put household appliances to the test. When you have kids, you soon learn which vacuum cleaner can stand up to stray Lego bricks, and which slow cooker can cook up a great casserole – and not need scouring for days afterwards.

This month, the Tots100 index of UK parent blogs has teamed up with Morphy Richards to find 10 brilliant parent bloggers who will become Innovators. As a member of the team, you’ll receive new Morphy Richards products throughout the coming year to review on your blog. It’s a great opportunity to try out some new kitchen appliances, and provide your valuable honest feedback to the Morphy Richards team.

Morphy Richards will also work closely with Innovators to provide other great content on your blog, including competitions and giveaways. Reviews will be promoted via Morphy Richards’ blog, Home of the House Proud, allowing you to reach new audiences and raise the profile of your own blog.

How can you get involved?

Simple. We’re looking for Innovators who know what really goes into caring for a family, running a busy household, and who love to share their favourite tips and stories with their readers. So we’d like you to write a post on your blog showing us what you can do. To give you some inspiration, we’ve come up with three writing prompts to choose from. Feel free to interpret them in a way that works for you – we’re looking for individuality, personality and great writing.


A: Top tips for housework…

B: Domestic disasters…

C: Making family chores fun…

It’s entirely up to you what you write, but you must write your post before March 29th, and you need to leave a link to your post in the widget at the bottom of this page before 5pm on that date.

Winners will be hand picked by the Morphy Richards team and announced on the Tots100 website after the closing date.

Good luck!

Sally Whittle is founder of the Tots100, Foodies100, Trips100 and the Flea Retreat. When she's not working, she can be found blogging at Who's the Mummy, or having fun with her 13 year old daughter, Flea.

Discussion19 Comments

  1. Wow! There have been a lot of domestic disasters out there. Amazing we’ve all still got kitchens left!
    Good luck everyone.
    Michelle x

  2. love no 62’s confession to not being able to cook rice, I also fail at cooking rice. I can make a big ball of mess out of it though.

    Good luck to all who have entered

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