I think I have seen comments regarding the new ASA guidelines for influencers around 3 million times in the last month. It’s created a massive fear among the Instagram community I follow, for myself included. So much so, that I even labelled a free event I went to as an “AD” for fear of being … Continue reading Making Sense of the New CMA and ASA Guidelines: An instagrammers perspective.
We were very kindly gifted this experience, however as always all thoughts are my own and are genuine 🙂 Visiting Father Christmas is one of my favourite Christmas traditions, and I couldn't wait to have a child of my own to enjoy this experience as an adult. We first took her to visit Santa when … Continue reading Things to do with Children in Gloucestershire: Christmas at Cotswold Farm Park
2018 has brought with us many new-fads on what our resolutions should be. Alongside the age-old 'lose weight', 'exercise more', 'take up a new hobby', a few new ones have appeared; 'start a bullet-journal' and 'house de-cluttering'. Whilst a bullet journal appealed to me greatly, I am not very creative plus I have the attention … Continue reading A clutter-free house is a clutter-free mind (or something like that!?)
Balancing Babies, Books and Beads - What It Means To Be A work at home mum - A guest post from Laura Smith of the fabulous Hex Nex Jewellery. If you don't know what a WAHM is, don't worry. It's an acronym that's only recently entered my vocabulary too. So as it turns out I was one … Continue reading Balancing Babies, Books and Beads – What It Means To Be A work at home mum
Beautiful Birth - A guest blog by Beccy Angove. There are lots of things I love passionately. My children, obv! My lovely partner in crime and my mum, double obv! Then there’s the prosecco, cheese, bread and chocolate which is possibly the reason why I still look 7 months pregnant! But there are two not … Continue reading Beautiful Birth
I, along with 1 in 10 other women, suffer from endometriosis. Endometriosis is a gynaecological condition whereby the lining of the womb grows outside the womb. The blood build up causes scar tissue, inflammation, and sometimes cysts. This causes me great pain, bowel issues, and can cause infertility as the tissue can block Fallopian tubes … Continue reading Living with Endometriosis