This is a guest post, written by Charlene McElhinney; you can view her blog by clicking here. Most people look forward to Christmas for the dinner, for the family reunion, for the festivities, the drink and the presents. Me? I look forward to spreading gifts across the living room floor and waiting eagerly for my parents … Continue reading Guest Post: My Kind Of Christmas by Charlene McElhinney.
Envy Fisher is a Blogger over at Lost In Translation (view her blog here). She is my pen pal; I'm teaching her Shorthand, and she's teaching me Dutch. To fit with 'Blogmas', I asked her to guest post for me today. The title of this post is also a reference to a this song. Sinterklaas, who … Continue reading Guest Post: Sinterklaas, wie kent hem niet? By Envy Fisher.
This is a guest post by Lisa at Lisa's Notebook; click here to see her blog. I’m lucky enough to have been invited to write another guest post for Lydia on here ,this time for her Blogmas series. So, I thought I’d share ten things that always say Christmas to me. In no particular order … Continue reading Guest Post: Ten things that say ‘Christmas’ to me by Lisa, at Lisa’s Notebook.
With various callouts on Twitter for Christmas Blog Posts-for guests-Ruth responded. Here, she has designed some Christmas Planner inserts, and shares her inspiration: "These designs are based around an initial design I came up with last Christmas when I was joining in with a design prompt game on Instagram. They are called candy snowflakes and I just … Continue reading Guest Post: Creation Christmas Planner Inserts, by Ruth at Craft With Cartwright.
After various callouts on Twitter, Taryn from She Hangs Brightly (click here to view) sent me this guest post to share with you all. Hi ! So Christmas is a time of joy, family, and presents (don't forget them presents!) However it is a time that depression and anxiety can make it's full entrance at … Continue reading Guest Post: Christmas With Depression And Anxiety, by Taryn Of She Hangs Brightly.
This is a guest post, written uniquely for this week, by Lisa McLachlan; you can view her blog here. This post also features her cat, Jester. As a blogger, she has also been incredibly supportive of me, and makes for a very interesting pen pal-I love her cat cards! -Lydia This post is a special one … Continue reading My top ten favourite childhood books, by Lisa McLachlan
After various callouts on Twitter for October and December guest posts, Taryn of She Hangs Brightly (click here to see her blog) got in contact with me. Her she tells us about her hobby to bejewel a skull. As part of Blogtober, this is a guest post week, with appropriate topics of 'Autumn'. So in my conquest … Continue reading Guest Post: Taryn from She Hangs Brightly on bejewelling a Skull.
This is the final part in a guest post series by Lisa Kallas, the Blogger behind Sugar Loaf Dream (click here to view her blog.) Here she writes about Aspergers, in relation to her son. To read part one, click here. And to read part two, click here. By the time Michael was finally diagnosed with Aspergers it … Continue reading Guest post: Perfect Boy, Part Three by Lisa Kallas.
Hello, my name is Natalie Benton and I’m the blogger behind Gorgeous and Geeky (Click here to view.). I 'met' Lydia from Mademoiselle Women in June on Twitter, and we quickly decided on writing a collab post. I hummed and hawed for a few weeks about what I wanted to write about and thankfully Lydia … Continue reading Guest Post: My Favourite Planner, by Natalie Benton.
This is part two of a guest post written by Lisa Kallas, over at Sugar Loaf Dreams. Click here to view her blog. Oh hi! Where did I leave you? Oh yes bullying......I won't go into that too much as it could be a whole post just on itself. Needless to say it was ongoing, physically, verbally … Continue reading Guest post: Perfect Boy Part Two, by Lisa Kallas.