The Blogger Recognition Award

I was nominated by the fabulous Amy over at scariels grotto – Amy is currently working her way through each Walt Disney animated classic and writing different posts around that film! Check out my favourites so far:

Sword in the Stone Week

Sleeping Beauty Week

Alice in Wonderland Week

I am always partial to a good tag so let’s do this!

For those I tag, please see the rules below! –


  • Thank the blogger who nominated you and provide a link to their blog.
  • Write a post to show your award.
  • Give a brief story of how your blog started.
  • Give two pieces of advice to new bloggers.
  • Select 15 other bloggers you want to give this award to.
  • Comment on each blog and let them know you have nominated them and provide a link to the post you created.



I started writing my blog back in July 2016, a few months before my 2016 Walt Disney World trip. It is safe to say that I became a tad addicted to Disney based blogs with tips and planning help, as well as watching countless YouTube videos with the same themes. I was hooked, but I really fancied giving it a go myself. I knew I was going to have lots to say and talk about when I got back from my trip, so decided to start it up. I was so shocked to see that there was in fact this huge blogging community, especially on twitter, and as cringe as this sounds, I have made some fab online friends though it! I never considered myself a good writer, but I really enjoy it, and I aim to continue as long as it stays that way.


Back at University I started up a theatre based blog, but never really stuck with it, so I wanted to also include aspects of that in this one. Every time I see any piece of theatre I always have so much to say and I can now do that through writing things out on my blog. So far, I have written over 50 posts, and am really proud of that considering how busy life can be! Some have done super well, others not so much, and that’s ok.


I wouldn’t call myself a pro blogger, but I have learnt a few things. I do think picking some kind of a theme is important, as it allows you to gear your blog to a certain audience, keeps your blog focused and means you can interact within a certain community based on similar interests. However, I wouldn’t say you need to be completely restrictive as you can blog about anything you want and people will still read it. I think as well do not be afraid to try something a little bit different with your blog if the opportunity arises. As long as you enjoy what you are writing, that is the main thing!

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what would dory do

Love Emily Jayne

courage and kindness

West End’s Your Best Friend


Once Upon A Disney Blog

Real Food By Rachel


Han’s Lifexo


Rose Review


Megan Goodier

tea is a wish your heart makes

That Disney Dude


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