*My event tickets were provided FOC, however, all opinions are my own as always
It feels like ages ago now but this time last week, I was at the 14th annual Bolton Food and Drink Festival enjoying the sunshine with thousands of fellow foodies (400,000 to be precise). This four-day event is always firmly noted in my diary months in advance and boasts cookery demos from popular national and regional chefs.
*This post is sponsored by Petplan but all opinions are my own as usual
We share our home with three cats – Oscar, Lex and Luther. Oscar is our huge ginger cat (honestly, he’s the size of a small dog) and has been my wingman for the last ten years. In that time, we’ve had our fair share of adventures together.
*Contains gifted items from Carrie Elizabeth Jewellery
Yes, I completely ripped the title of this post from the legend that is Dr Seuss but as we share a similar sentiment, I figured it’s fine. When I was younger, I always assumed that life was pretty linear. That I’d leave school, go to college, maybe even university if I was lucky, then travel the world, meet the love of my life, buy a home, get married, have babies and live happily ever after.
*Tickets were provided FOC as part of an ongoing collaboration with Buckt
The August Buckt box landed on our doormat right at the beginning of my week off work and in the middle of Lucie’s school summer holidays so the timing could not have been better. For those of you that haven’t read my previous posts about Buckt, you can find out more here.