It is nearly half way through December and I cannot believe it’s close to the end of 2019. This year has definitely flown by and this year has been great for my blog. I am wanting to reflect on 2019. Reflection is key to appreciate what you have achieved and the progression you have made. I have definitely pushed myself out of my comfort zone and taken more accountability with my blog and creating a strict schedule. I have gathered a list of my favourite 5 blog posts that I worked on this year.
I came across the BusyB brand online and reached out to them to work on content for stationery week earlier this year and they were kind enough to provide products for a giveaway also. You can read my review of their products from Stationery Week here. I love the quality of their products and I was in need of a diary and I decided I needed a BusyB diary in my life.
Mental health is just as important as physical health and it is important to spread that message. Since I was diagnosed with anxiety, society has come a long way with help and organisations providing support. There is still progress to be made, which is why I like to use my platform to help create awareness. When I realised it was Mental Health Awareness Day on 10th of this month, I reached out to Blurt to see if they wanted to collaborate this month and pleased they agreed. They sent me a BuddyBox to review and share with you all.
I have used the Leuchtturm brand of bullet journal for years. However, there are so many different brands and style of bullet journal. I decided I would buy another bullet journal brand and compare it to my Leuchtturm journal. I found the Stationery Island bullet journal on Amazon and thought it would be perfect for this experiment. If you are a bullet journal lover like me, or you are thinking about starting a journal and not sure what would be right for you, I am hoping this post is helpful to you.
I always excited when I find a new brand who sells quirky stationery. I like unique and different stationery that is not only practical but fun! When I came across Thinking Gifts on Twitter and reached out, we decided to collaborate on a product review. I was able to search their website and tell them what products I liked from their website,
My Twitter timeline is filled with so many talented and creative people and I enjoy seeing all of their artwork. Lena is one of those creative people.
I have followed Lena for the longest time. She has a blog as well as runs an online store where she sells her beautiful artwork. I am always so surprised by the designs Lena creates, so colourful and beautiful. We all need colourful prints in our life, don’t we? Lena kindly sent me some pieces of art to review and share on my social platforms.
*I was kindly gifted this experience, however all views and opinions are my own. Some photos were provided by the hotel, others are my own.
Living in Bournemouth for 19 years I am always happy when I find or I am told about somewhere new, a hidden gem! Bournemouth West Cliff Hotel is definitely one of those!
The Bournemouth West Cliff Hotel is situated in the town centre on Durley Chine Road. I was invited by them to experience their Sunday brunch. I was so excited and thought this was the perfect way to spend my Sunday afternoon with my mum and littlest sister.