So today I thought I’d write a post all about media kits. Some of you may be thinking “WTF is a media kit!?”, and others maybe “I really need to do one but I just keep putting it off!”. Well, don’t worry, because they’re actually easier than you think. If you’re wondering what a media kit is, it’s basically a CV for your blog!
Right now I’m hanging on to every little bit of summer we still have left! I’m dreading those darker mornings and evenings! I recently bought this top and shoes in the Topshop sale in the hope that I’d get a chance to wear them before we saw the last little bit of summer slip away! Unfortunately living in England we have very mixed weather — one day could be really hot and the next day it could be snowing!! I’m pretty sure we had a day a few weeks ago where we had all four seasons! No joke, we had sun, rain, hail and even snow for a few minutes!
A few months ago Kiehl’s hosted a Twitter chat that I took part in. I love seeing brands getting involved in Twitter chats with bloggers as it lets me learn so much about the brand. It’s also a great opportunity to ask questions and see what questions others are asking and seeing the responses! After the chat Kiehl’s kindly offered to send me a few products to review. I was super excited as it’s a brand I’ve been wanting to try for a while, and the products definitely didn’t disappoint!
I’d been thinking of starting my blog for a long time but I’d always decided against it because of my worries about being dyslexic, not knowing much about photography and not having a clue where to start with it all! The idea for this blog really started to take form just after Christmas when I left my old job and went from working 5 days a week down to 3 days a week. Although I loved my job, I really wanted two days a week where I could work on a project of my own that I’m passionate about.
The ASOS sale at the moment is really good and I’ve made quite a few cheeky orders recently. I may even have enough to do an ASOS SALE HAUL over on YouTube!!! Who wants to see one!? Comment below if you do!