Sunday, February 08, 2015

My First Blogger Event...

Last Saturday I took the plunge and decided to attend my first ever blogger event. I'm not necessarily a shy person but I've always been a bit scared to attend a meet up mainly for the fact I would have to go on my own. When I saw #nyLNDmeet on Twitter I knew it was the perfect opportunity for me to get out of my comfort zone and meet some fellow bloggers! The afternoon was brilliant! Lauren, Amy and Tamsyn did a fantastic job at bringing together and delivering an amazing event. 

The event was jam packed with things for us bloggers to do! There were some amazing brands including new skincare range MooGoo which I'm excited to try as I think it'll do wonders for the eczema that flares up on my hands. I also had to use all my will power to not buy everything from Stella & Dot (how many bracelets can you own before you have an addiction?). Everywhere I turned something caught my eye; marshmallows, henna, cocktails, incredible raffle prizes, nail technicians, hair stylists, new make up brands...

I'm so happy I decided to go! I had a brilliant time and met some truly lovely girls that made the afternoon fly by.


  1. Sounds like a great meet-up! I would be the same and kind of afraid to go alone, it would be out of my comfort zone but if there was one on I would definitely push myself to go. Sadly, there isn't any where I live :( I remember there was one in like September 2013 and I had planned to go to it for ages in advance but then it turned out I had uni all afternoon and had to do a presentation. So sad I missed that :( I would imagine it's a great opportunity to make new like-minded friends :) x

    Sinead | Dreaming Again

    1. Ah it's a shame you had to miss out on the one near you! Now that I've been to one, I think it'll be easier for me to have the courage to go to more in the future :) It's a great way to meet like-minded people, especially as none of my friends blog!

      Sophie x


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