Well, well, it seems like this year has gone really quickly, doesn't it? It seems only a little while ago that the internet was ruminating about the latest famous person who passed away. 2017 had a lot of up and downs for me; college (both), finishing my A levels (up), started my NCTJ (DEFINITELY up) … Continue reading 2017 in review.
Disclaimer: this post contains PR samples, which I requested, for purpose of my own review. What follows is my own opinion. Today is Christmas Eve. And I dare say that a few of the people I know are leaving potential shopping to the last minute. So: utilising my organisational skills, I have compiled a list … Continue reading Stocking Fillers For Relatives*
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!*
Hello everyone! It seems like it has been a while since I've written one of these posts, where you get to see the inside of my bag; you can see all similar posts here. Anyway, in keeping with the theme of 'Blogmas', I thought I would show you what's inside: The bag: This was a … Continue reading What’s in my bag? Christmas edition.
Disclaimer: this post contains PR samples, which I was gifted at my own request. I was also gifted an item to feature a different item. This post contains my honest opinion. Over on The Bloglancer, I saw this post, which inspired today's post. In a way, Blogging is the perfect hobby for someone like me; … Continue reading What to buy a Blogger for Christmas? *
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.
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.
*This post was inspired by this post that Jenny at Jenny In Neverland recently wrote. Christmas, to borrow a film quote, is "a time to be thankful", a time to be "grateful"; I completely agree. Therefore, from my perspective as a female with Aspergers, I thought that I would share with you nine things that … Continue reading 9 things I’m grateful for this Christmas.
Disclaimer: this post contains PR samples. All that I have been gifted was at my own request, and my opinions are my own. "What do you get a journalist for Christmas?" is something that I have been musing about this week; largely because I get to hang round a lot of them, but also … Continue reading What do you buy a journalist for Christmas?*
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.