Say Nice Things: The Ultimate Christmas Present!*

Disclaimer: this post contains PR samples, which I requested for purpose of review.  Earlier this year, I was lucky enough to work with Say Nice Things, the fairly new and upcoming stationery brand; anyway, they sent me a Christmas present! The Wrapping paper is part of a set; similarly, the Christmas card (click here to see … Continue reading Say Nice Things: The Ultimate Christmas Present!*

Christmas Gift Guide: What Do You Get Relatives For Christmas?*

Disclaimer: this post contains PR samples, but contains my honest opinion. Prices also vary greatly, to match a range of budget.  As someone with Aspergers Syndrome, I often find it hard to know what someone thinks, let alone feels. This can often making buying a gift harder. Anyway: I had a think, and this post … Continue reading Christmas Gift Guide: What Do You Get Relatives For Christmas?*

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.

Guest Post: My Kind Of Christmas by Charlene McElhinney.

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.