Oh my gosh, how have we already reached the middle of the year?!!! I can’t quite fathom how quickly this year has already gone, is anyone else feeling it? Time certainly flies and this year is certainly turning out to be a momentous one.
Luckily though I can distract you from the world changing news stories of late to share with you an utterly brilliant kids product Little Abstract art kit which was sent to me to review.
Created by South African born, Atlanta based artist Jeremy Brown, this art kit provides you with one of the coolest pieces of kids art around. Part art, part writing, part memento, part expression, together all four parts combine to give you a stunning piece of art to hang on your kids bedroom wall.
I am super excited to let you know about the newest Goose Grease product which they recently launched, the (Not so) Blank Henry! board book and DIY family kit.
Not happy to settle with just producing their gorgeous handcrafted wooden peg dolls which are produced under fair trade conditions in Bogotá, Colombia, Anna and Juan Donado, the amazing couple behind the brand, have now turned their passion and energy to a new element of their company, book publishing!
I was so excited to attend a wonderful lunch today put on by the ever so inspiring Tracy Harris and her husband Karl who run Mums with Hustle.
Mums with Hustle is an amazing site dedicated to helping women get ahead in business with tips and tricks on marketing, growing your email list and weekly podcasts by supremely inspiring mamas.
It was a brilliant few hours meeting other women who have decided to start their own business or are looking to start their own business. They have taken that plunge into the small business world many whilst on maternity leave and they are rocking it.
I always love supporting mumpreneurs and those in small business as it these hard working, passionate and dedicated people that help to build a community rather than just a society.
We have been having some fun of late with cardboard boxes! What is the saying kids have more fun with the box than the toy inside? Or something like that…
One of my favourite Instagram accounts as well as blog is the utterly brilliant Hello, Wonderful, run by one Agnes Hsu, of the most amazing and creative Mama’s around, this blog will give you so many fun and clever ideas to craft, create and make. It is filled with so many great projects as well as a wonderful source of inspiration for food, DIY, birthday cards, presents and so much more. It really is a one stop inspiration of all things wonderful, hence the completely apt name!
Agnes and her daughter Alia have recently begun the Rainbow Rock project, which is all about painting rocks with a rainbow motif and then sending them out to the big wide world and spreading their message of kindness to others.