Wow! August already, who can believe it. This year is flying by isn’t it.
July has been the oddest month for me and my little life.
So if you’ve read my last 6 Months update you will know I got a part time job, a job which I lost yesterday due to Childcare conflicts. I’m a bit gutted about the money but glad to have Saturdays with the family back.
I am still volunteering at Gisborough Priory and love it.
Now for the exciting parts. I launched a new business selling a book subscription box. This isn’t just a box you get in the post, it’s also membership into a bookclub.
We have discussions about books, competitions, Subscriber Houses, giveaways and so much more. Every box is personalised too.
I’ve set up a Goodreads, Instagram and Facebook group for it and so far it’s doing brilliantly. I sold all the boxes in the first few days.
Secondly I was contacted by Future House Publishing who have asked me to join there Alpha Reader Reviewer team. Which I accepted! Who doesn’t want to recieve ARC and books to review free! I love love love doing this.
Thirdly I was contacted by Rebecca From Dodopad who told me Steve Morton from Philofaxy had recommended me as an influential blogger in the plannersphere and asked if I would like to receive the new Dodopad Block Paper pads to review.
I jumped at the chance. I’ve always liked Dodopad and I’m excited to see how there notepaper compares to others.
I received the items on Friday and conducted experiments yesterday so that review post will be up later this week.
So my main focuses going forward are my blog, business and reviewing. I aim to improve my writing and posts and hopefully can make that all take off so I can earn a little money from it while trying to figure out working and childcare.
Now I have my Saturdays back I can finally get around to finishing the unpacking and sorting the bedroom out, rearranging the girls bedroom ready for the toddler bed, set my desk up for work and sort out a reading corner.
I’m really happy going forward, I feel full of new possibilities. My focus is where I feel it needs to be.
Thanks for reading.
The Stationery Geekette x