Interview: Anna Calvert on making jewellery, personalised necklaces, and dog assistants.

For Christmas content, I have been very lucky to work with Anna Calvert, a jewellery maker and designer. (You can visit her website here.) However, her designs really intrigued me; how can you create that amount of detail? I also think that they are wonderful for people who have Aspergers like me; the material used does not create … Continue reading Interview: Anna Calvert on making jewellery, personalised necklaces, and dog assistants.

Blogging For Business With Breanna, Too Cute For Life.

Back in February when looking at how to maximise my Twitter engagement, I came across 'Teacup Club'-an account that organises comment swaps, chats, and more. The Blogger behind it, Bre, had me intrigued with her posts, and how she writes. So, for the next Blogging For Business interview, I thought thatI would ask her some … Continue reading Blogging For Business With Breanna, Too Cute For Life.

Blogging For Business With Devereaux Fraizer, Of Maryland Poet Blog.

So it seems my 'Friend application post (click here to view), actually did make me an online friend after all! Devereaux is an 'aspie' Blogger like me; that way, I just had to ask some questions. We're kinsman after all! What inspired you to blog? My inspiration to blog is simple, but two-faced in intention. … Continue reading Blogging For Business With Devereaux Fraizer, Of Maryland Poet Blog.

Blogging For Business with Jordanne Lee, Life Of A Glasgow Girl.

Jordanne is one of my favourite Bloggers at the moment; she runs Life Of A Glasgow Girl (click here to see her blog). She has a great USP, an eye-catching blog header, and is a lovely pen pal. For today's post, I emailed her a few questions about writing, blogging for business, and brands. Firstly, how were … Continue reading Blogging For Business with Jordanne Lee, Life Of A Glasgow Girl.

Interview with Chloe Smith, founder of A Little Amber.

If you're like me, you'll be a stationery aficionado, prone to looking up notebooks, planners, and everything online, for hours online. As a Blogger, I found out about That Lame Company not too long ago; everything on the website had me google-eyed at how pleasing the stationery was. Since this interview took place, there has … Continue reading Interview with Chloe Smith, founder of A Little Amber.