Meet my November advertiser! (ad)

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The nights are getting darker, the weather is cold and rainy. That can only mean one thing – November is upon us! I’m not going to lie, November is one of my least favourite months. October is fab because it’s my birthday, Halloween, there’s pumpkins everywhere. December everyone is getting excited for Christmas, there’s festive events on and it always feels magical.

But November? Not so much. It’s a filler month full of rain, and it just makes me miserable.

That being said, I’ve got a few things going on this month including lot’s of family member’s birthdays, as well as a Christmas craft fair which I’m attending for my small business.

If you’ve been reading my blog the past couple of months, you may be familiar with this month’s advertiser. If not, you need to check her out because she is fab. Without further ado, let me introduce you….

Real Life of Lulu

Heidi’s blog, Real Life of Lulu, is a lifestyle blog that mostly features lots of vintage recipes and foodie posts as well as some parenting/mummy topics. She is currently based in Phoenix with her husband and 3 children, and works as a teacher. Her hobbies include cake decorating, baking, spending time with family, and writing. If you’re looking for some delicious recipes to try, you definitely need to check out Heidi’s blog.

Here are a couple of posts you should take a look at:

Homemade Cornbread Stuffing

Pumpkin Torte

Make sure you check out her socials too!

Until next time

XOX

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