'Meet The Blogger' Series Interview 34


Meet the Blogger!

I have decided to start a new series here on Writing & Rambling after meeting so many lovely bloggers on Twitter I would like to get to know them. So I am going to try to recruit as many as I can as I think everyone deserves a chance to be in the spotlight.


Q1: Hello there, nice to have you here on Writing & Rambling! Please could you introduce yourself and tell us a little bit about your Blog:

Hi! Im Lucy-Kate, and Im 16 years old. I study Creative Media Production at college, and have background experience working for a social media agency! My blog is currently tiny, which I dont mind one bit! I post a range of content, including but not limited to makeup, skincare, and lifestyle! It took me a while to settle on a name for the blog, but eventually I kept to using my full name as thats what I felt most comfortable with!

Guest Post #8 - Being Thankful.

Being Thankful

Back in June I wrote this post about being thankful and it's had such an amazing reaction, I have decided to ask my beautiful blogger friends to contribute their own 'Thankful' Post to carry on the theme. Today I have James and Jess from Food and Baker with their own take on 'Being Thankful', please read, enjoy, comment and send them some love. Thank You both..



Thank you Sarah for giving us this opportunity, which starts us off with being thankful for the blogging community.


We've been blogging for a while before we jumped onto the social media, which we thought would boost our view count - little did we know, we would gain so much more than that! We've come across so many welcoming and supportive people, being active and communicating with other bloggers was not something we'd ever thought we'd do but we're so happy we did - Charlene (@blogabtnothing1) was actually our first ever blogger friend and still is! She has introduced us into a whole new world of the bloggersphere and we are truly grateful for that! Since then, we've been more open to Twitter chats (@Cbeechat) as well as being introduced to Sarah herself, who is super supportive and leaves such wonderful comments on our blog!

As cliche as this will seem, we are also very thankful for each other, for many reasons more than the obvious ones. Without each other there would not be 'Food & Baker', we would not have these meals and experiences together to be able to share it with you wonderful people!

Through the obstacles we've gone through, we've always managed to get through them together, as a team!

This year we are most thankful for the milestone we have taken in our relationship - moving in together - after a year and half of travelling 2 hours each way via train and only seeing each other every two weeks, we are thankful to those who have supported us and helped us through this transition.

We are truly thankful for what we have and the journey that we're taking to our next adventure together!



'Meet The Blogger' Series Interview 33

#MeetTheBlogger!
I have decided to start a new series here on Writing & Rambling after meeting so many lovely bloggers on Twitter I would like to get to know them. So I am going to try to recruit as many as I can as I think everyone deserves a chance to be in the spotlight. =) 


Q1: Hello there, nice to have you here on Writing & Rambling! Please could you introduce yourself and tell us a little bit about your Blog:


I’m Annie, a newbie blogger who started her blog Perception on 27th November 2015. I’m one big nerd who obsesses about science, biology, human mind and environment (But don’t worry I’m not an activist of any kind), That also makes me a smartass. I blog about my life, my thoughts, rants. Also about food. There’s a big chunk of music (mainly interviews with bands and music artists, also poets). The newest addition so far are interviews with authors and more will be added thorought time. However the best way to see what my blog’s about it to actually go there and check it out.  

Guest Post #7 - Being Thankful.

Being Thankful

Back in June I wrote this post about being thankful and it's had such an amazing reaction, I have decided to ask my beautiful blogger friends to contribute their own 'Thankful' Post to carry on the theme. Today I have Steph with her own take on 'Being Thankful', please read, enjoy, comment and send her some love. Thank You Steph......


There is so much out there in the world that everyone should be thankful for. Whether it is something big or something so small, we should all appreciate what we have and be thankful for it.
Whether it is to our parents who gave us life or the person who smiled at you in the street because they saw you was having a bad day, we should be thankful that (sometimes) other humans can make us feel thankful.
I am personally thankful to my parents who still support me at 20+ years old and still make sure I am warm, safe and fed. They are my parents who love me unconditionally and still strive to make sure I am protected every day of my life. I don’t ever think there will be a day that will go by and they do not call to check that I’m OK.
I am thankful for everyone I have met in my life. Even the people I wish to forget. They shaped me to be the person I am today and if I didn’t meet them, maybe I wouldn’t have met that person who cares about me now. I think everyone in my life has either taught me a lesson or taught me how people should be. Either way, they have influenced my life.
I am thankful for that one person who offered me my first job. Without that part-time job, I couldn’t be where I am now. They offered me a job off the back of a voluntary position at my University, which then increased my chance of me getting my first full-time job. Now I am in a secure job and feel that if I didn’t get that initial chance, I wouldn’t be here now and may not have met the people I have along the way. The people I still cherish and see on a daily basis and am thankful for.
I am thankful for so much in my short time on this crazy planet, where hate is still present. Even those who do wrong in the world are thankful for something, but being thankful sometimes gets overlooked.
We should all take 5 minutes out of a day to appreciate what we have and be thankful for it. Whether it is your parents, that person who smiled at you on your low day, that friend who text you out of the blue to say hi, that you have a place to sleep, somewhere to eat and that you are safe and surrounded by family who love you and friends who care about you, we should just stop what we are doing and appreciate all that we are thankful for.
Not everyone in our world can be thankful for this much, and we should recognise that we will always have good things in our life, even when we can’t see it ourselves; they do still exist and we have to remember that.
That’s just my interpretation of what being thankful means to me. 
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Finding The Best Suncream For You!

Delph and Frezyderm On Trial!


With Summer well and truly here (blink and you'll miss it!) the time has come to look for sun protection. The shelves in Boots, Superdrug and our local supermarkets are packed to the rafters (lol, this just made me think of an Australian TV Show of the same name!) with the brand names we all know and love and more than likely will end up coming home with you! 

I'd like to take a few minutes to tell you about a couple of suncreams I used recently to protect myself, Delph and Frezyderm. 

Taylors of Harrogate - Iced Coffee Masterclass!


About a month ago now I was kindly invited to go to Taylors of Harrogate for a Coffee Masterclass and despite the fact I prefer tea (see below!) I was still very excited to go as it would be the first 'blogging event' that I could actually go to! (They're all usually in London!) 


So on Wednesday 13th of July, I arrived at Taylor's HQ ready for what the day had in store for me! 

Meet The Blogger Series - Interview 32

Meet the Blogger!
 
 I have decided to start a new series here on Writing & Rambling after meeting so many lovely bloggers on Twitter I would like to get to know them. So I am going to try to recruit as many as I can as I think everyone deserves a chance to be in the spotlight. =)
 
 Q1: Hello there, nice to have you here on Writing & Rambling! Please could you introduce yourself and tell us a little bit about your Blog:

Thank you so much for having me! I'm Charlotte and I blog over at Colours & Carousels. It's basically just an extension of my life, with lots of cats, clothes and cakes alongside my typical sarcastic humour!

Guest Post #6 - Being Thankful.


Being Thankful: For What's Around You


Back in June I wrote this post about being thankful and it's had such an amazing reaction, I have decided to ask my beautiful blogger friends to contribute their own 'Thankful' Post to carry on the theme. Today I have Katie with her own take on 'Being Thankful', please read, enjoy, comment and send her some love. Thank You Katie....
One thing I am so grateful for is where I live. I grew up on a farm in Northumberland, a county in the North of the UK- and I don't think I ever really realised when I was growing up just how lucky I was. 
When I was younger I begrudged living on a farm, really just because most of my friends didn't. I didn't realise how fun (and definitely unique) my childhood was- playing with cows, riding my pony through the countryside & going on cute woodland walks with my family and the dog.

My idea of home really changed when I went to university in Liverpool (FYI fave city ever). I realised just how lucky I was to come home to the countryside- and all of it's peace and beauty. Northumberland is a county that is known for it's castles and coasts, but it also has some great spots for literature lovers.
Here's a little tour of some of my favourites spots in Northumberland. I am very grateful for each and every one.

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