I AM... Emma Bunton 1 min I AM... Emma Bunton 1 min Inside the world of businesswoman and Spice Girl Emma Bunton Added on 28.03.17 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest Email LinkedIn Inside the world of businesswoman and Spice Girl Emma Bunton I am eating... well at the moment. I love the weekends because that's when we all have our chocolate and cake, but when it comes to the week, I get all healthy again. I love sushi and I'm lucky that my children like it, too. We went to our local sushi restaurant the other day and you could see people watching us. But the rest of the time, they just want chocolate. I am excited... to send Kit & Kin out into the world. It's been two years and we started from scratch, so it's been a long time coming! It feels like showing my baby and asking, "What do you think?" I'm so proud of it. I am loving... my children. I am reading... Matilda by Roald Dahl. I'm reading it to my children at bedtime and they absolutely love it. After bathtime, we put our pyjamas on and we all read it together. I am trying... to be more eco. We do a lot at home already, but there's always more you can do. We recycle, I email much more than write on paper now, but I am trying to do more, like turning the lights off more often. I'm always so busy, but if you can just make that one change, it makes such a difference. I am using... stretchmark oil. I use it all the time and it's been a godsend – it smells gorgeous and the bottles are lovely. I love baby hair-and-bodywash for my children, too, because a product that can do both is so much easier. Bathing is so boring for children, so it's always a rush! I am wearing... comfortable clothes. I do love dressing up but, as a mum doing the school run, I'm usually in trainers. When I get to have a day out, I do like putting my heels on. They make me feel like I'm getting serious and working. I am going... to the launch of my new family brand, Kit & Kin. It came about because my children had eczema as babies and I just couldn't find the right products – I'd spend ages searching the aisles of the supermarkets, wanting to find something that was natural. I also wanted to help change the world a little bit, when I found out that we throw away eight million nappies a day and they take up to 500 years to biodegrade. It takes our nappies six to eight years to biodegrade, so it's a big change.