I know I mentioned it in a previous post that I visited the Warner Bros Studio Tour – the making of Harry Potter, with my university friend while we were on a little jolly holiday. I also said I would do a post on my experience there and honestly, it was such a fantastic day that not writing a post just wasn’t an option. If you’re thinking about visiting the studio, but for whatever reason you aren’t 100% sure, let me try and convince you… here are six reasons why you absolutely have to visit Warner Bros if you’re a Harry Potter fan. If these don’t convince you, I don’t know what will!
The time has finally come to announce the winners for the summer competition. Firstly, thanks to everyone for submitting, and for following the showcase – now it’s time to reveal and award the winners of each category … so be sure to click here and keep reading to find out the winners of the summer competition!
I know it’s almost halfway through September, but I finally have for you my eco-friendly challenge for this month. I’m a bit delayed in sharing because I used August to finish the Summer Competition Showcase so was backlogged a little with posts I wanted to share. But also, because my eco-friendly challenge this month is part of a collab I’m doing with Moksha over at Happy Panda.
Today, because my September eco-friendly challenge is still brewing (be on the look out for it next week because it may be coming with a really fun collab too), I thought I’d give you all a little life update and share a few fun things going on at the moment. I hope you enjoy it!
August has been a pretty crazy month in general. It was finally safe for me to come back to the UK, which meant saying goodbye and packing things up in South Africa. I had to go through 11 days of hotel quarantine which was not ideal but not too stressful thankfully (you can read about my quarantine experience here), and I did a holiday with my best friend from uni around some places in the UK. Would anyone be keen to read about our adventures? Hint… there was a Harry Potter theme!! So, with an eventful month just past, and what I think will be an eventful month going forward, here are my august reflections, highlights and favourites!
Now that the showcase is complete and you’ve had the chance to read all the submissions, it’s time to get to the voting so we can crown the winner of each category. Read more of this post to find out about voting and how you can do it!
The day has finally come … the last day of the showcase for the Summer Competition I hosted. I know I’ve put loads of posts in your inboxes about this Summer Competition, about entries, now with sharing all the submissions and the next phase will be about voting and the winners. The final submission I’m going to share with you is a poem by Aditi, from What are you Up to during the Lockdown?? I hope you enjoy it!
It’s the end of another week, which means it’s time for another showcase piece! Today I bring you the last entry for the blog post category, a post all about summer vacation by Anshika. I really hope you enjoy today’s post!
It’s the weekend once again, the world’s excuse for us to relax. Today’s showcase piece, or pieces, are the last of the art submissions. There are three entries I’ve got for you today, all beautiful interpretations of summer. Two are from a good friend Elena from university, and one is from Project Eco. Now enough of my yabbering, let’s look at art!
Right, so enough of housekeeping details. Today’s post is from Heidi, blogger from Smuckerlife and while it isn’t the end of summer yet, this is still a really important topic to think about so I hope you enjoy her post!