Jenn Kalchik is a lifestyle blogger and digital marketer currently living in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Her blog, Jenn & Tonic, highlights her take on life through lifestyle topics, book reviews, her experience with Generalised Anxiety Disorder, and social media tips. She’s fuelled by chardonnay, cast recordings, and chocolate.
Bianca Monro is a Fashion, Beauty and Lifestyle blogger from Port Elizabeth, South Africa. She likes getting caught in the rain, but doesn’t like piña coladas as much as she thought she would. When she’s not blogging, she can be found reading the classics, spending time with her fiancé and son, or listening to 2 Chainz on repeat.
Firstly, I hope you’re all enjoying the Halloween festivities as much as you can in this uncertain and ever changing time. I hope not being able to trick or treat hasn’t put a damper on things and you’re all still embracing the spookiness as much as you can.
Now as you may have already guessed by the title of this post, after Halloween a lot of people have no idea what to do when it comes to disposing of their pumpkins. Well look no further I have complied a list below of ideas for you and your family to make a longer life of your pumpkins that served you well over the festive season of Halloween.
Prickly Pineapples is a vegan and wellness site. After graduating with a BA in Journalism, Aisling decided to study nutrition so she could help debunk diet culture, health myths, and share vegan food hacks.
So it is now officially autumn season (my favourite season!) and this means I have so many activities and places I want to visit to help myself and others get in the ‘autumnal’ mood. I’d love to hear what your favourite season is and why?
I do love the typical autumn walks with the crunchy leaves and the trees turning orange and brown. I also love the crisp mornings with the dew on the grass and the not so much ‘pitch black’ skies but the darker moodier mornings. Below I’ve complied a list of a few things I want to do/places to go during autumn:
Visit a Pumpkin Patch.
Buy and carve/decorate a Pumpkin.
‘Cosy-fy’ the flat (fairy lights, candles, throws and cushions).
Evening walks in the crunchy leaves.
Movie Nights with hot chocs, candles & Halloween films.
Visit a Bonfire around Bonfire night.
Coffee shop dates.
Celebrate Thanksgiving in some way.
Go Conker picking.
Bake cookies / buns / cakes etc.
Make my own hot drinks (Pumpkin spiced lattes etc).
If there are any other things you think I may have missed off my list please be sure to comment them below or let me know somehow. I am excited to see a lot more autumnal content and all the neutral colour schemes that will be bracing our Instagram feeds soon (if they haven’t already).
If you have a favourite season, let me know what it is and why!
Hannah is a 23 year old blogger from York and loves writing about Beauty, Lifestyle and just a little bit of everything! She started blogging just over a year ago to document all her travels after she finished uni and it’s just gone from there. She splits her time between York and Newcastle so spend a lot of time exploring between the two and squeezing blogging in whenever I can.
As you may have seen, I have had a huge influx of Guest Posts being published on my blog and I wanted to a blog post rounding all of this up. I’ll be telling you what a guest post is (if you haven’t guessed already), my views and opinions on guest posts and the pros and cons for everyone involved. So lets get to it…
Em is a UK blogger focusing on blogging, business & sustainability on her blog “Love, Em“. With 4 years of experience in the blogging world, she is keen to share her knowledge. Emily is passionate about helping others, and since leaving college, has decided to put her passions in writing. You can find her social media links below the post!
Sunshine Sarah is a blogger from Harrogate, North Yorkshire who loves nothing better than long hot bubble baths accompanied by a glass of wine, walks in the countryside preferably with a dog and a visit to a pub and brunching with friends. You can find all her links at the end of this blog post. Thank you Sarah!
When I was a teenager, I always believed that by 25 I’d have my life together and would be pregnant with twins – a boy and a girl naturally so I’d get it all over in one pregnancy! At that time I thought 25 was OLD (ha!) so therefore I’d have the husband, my own home, a dog and a white picket fence!