It is okay. Honestly. I have some difficulty coming to terms with these few words, and many a time I have actually broken down because I used to feel like there was something wrong with me if I wasn’t happy around people and that I always had to be happy all the time. There isn’t a need constantly to put on this mask for the world, it might seem easier to just put this mask on and to tell the world where to go but you don’t need to. I am still learning everyday to accept that but if you’re feeling this right now then you need this post.
I’ve never hidden the fact that I absolutely adore food, but also cookies, cakes and treats like that and now that it is autumn it’s almost time to get treats or Halloween but also Bonfire night which is one of my favourite times of the year. It’s time to get all those delicious treats out, and this is one brand new one for you, it’s perfect for all ages, easy to make and tastes absolutely delicious! So are you ready to find out how to create this delicious recipe?
As bloggers we have all had it, people who follow you for five minutes, then all of a sudden unfollow you because you haven’t followed back. As someone who is trying to build honest engagement it is bloody difficult because I want people to follow me because they like my stuff, not because I have followed them and then I’m going to unfollow them afterwards. I’ve talked previously about unfollowing people is okay (post here) and that is really okay! However the thing that isn’t okay is following someone and then unfollowing just because they haven’t followed you.
Green People are honestly one of my absolute favourite brands ever, they have some of the most fabulous products available and I have been so lucky to try their new range which is a special edition collection in partnership with Butterfly Conservation. It is honestly such a beautiful collection, the packaging is such an amazing amazing look, so are you ready to look at the most beautiful special edition gift sets you will find? They’re perfect for Christmas!
Now in the world of social media we are all trying to make sure that we get the most likes & followers, and for our blogs and getting things like sponsored content it is something that brands are ultimately looking at because they want to see a return in their investment as they would see it. I have to admit I still worry a hell of a lot about stats, because I know in some respects my blog is still quite small in comparison and I want to get the best out of it and I feel like sometimes I honestly don’t do enough to maximise that.