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
When I read about the new gallery at The Wilson on Cheltenham Rocks, I straight away wanted to visit. The World of Wonders, or WOW, gallery advertises itself as being a hands-on exhibition for young people. According to the website, "visitors will meet a penguin in a tunnel, find a bone-shaker in the sky, and … Continue reading Things to do with Children in Gloucestershire: A morning at The Wilson Museum
Today sees the opening of Cheltenham's newest bar and restaurant, The Botanist. Situated in the ideal location of the Cheltenham Brewery Quarter this new and "on-trend" restaurant definitely offers something a little different, and my husband and I were lucky enough to be invited to try out two courses in exchange for honest feedback on … Continue reading Things to do in Gloucestershire: Lunch at The Botanist
*Some of the links within this article are affiliate links. Some of the items within this article were gifted for review. All items are ones that I genuinely love. Number 1 on Harper's list is a tablet. As this is a pricey item, her Father Christmas stocking will likely be a little slimmer (as he … Continue reading 9 exciting Christmas gifts for toddlers: Harper’s Christmas Wishlist
We've all seen the quotes; when you shop small an actual person does a little happy dance. Shopping small is beneficial for so many reasons, beyond supporting to put food on the table for a family and supporting a dream. Shopping small is also good for the economy; more money stays in our local economy when … Continue reading Shopping Small this Christmas: My Wish List
Decorate them Whilst this doesn't necessarily support waste as inevitably it will end up in the rubbish, it does mean your Pumpkin gets a second lease of life after Halloween. My daughter really enjoyed colouring in her pumpkin and putting stickers on it, you could try painting them too. Make a pumpkin pie There are … Continue reading 6 Fun Things to do with your Leftover Pumpkin