Over the past few months, I’ve had the great privilege of testing a great many fantastic products, for the children, the home, and myself.
At the same time, I’ve been busy being nuked with radiation, having surgery, training for Race For Life and spending every second possible with my children and husband. This means that I’ve not had much time for blogging or writing reviews.
Therefore, there is likely to be a lot of reviews up on my blog over the next few weeks. Whilst they wont be as few and far between as normal, they will still be packed with personality. All words and opinions in my product reviews, are honest and my own and I try to make them as fun and interesting as possible. I also try to balance each review, with at least one personal post.
So please bear with me while I get these reviews into the ether. Even if product reviews don’t take your fancy, in amongst them, you can expect to see…
Cute pictures of my sprogs,
The odd video,
Me in a bra!
Surely that last one is worth hanging around for?!
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Much love to all my readers. xx
Sarah MumofThree World says
Godd for you for the disclaimer. I’ve just put two sponsored posts out there and, like you, there’s still a big bit of me and the kids in it, but I don’t want to put my readers off with too many of them!
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Em, have been asked by a PR to do reviews… given the chance to do this, would you recommend? After advice as I almost feel like I’ll be selling my blog soul to the devil??? x
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Emma Day says
I quite like doing reviews, but they do take time. So weigh up whether the product is worth the time taken to write the review.
A £2 lipbalm wouldn’t be worth a half hour write up.
A £300 pushchair, would take hours to test, photo, video and write about, but would be well worth the time.
It’s important to inject personality into reviews and keep your “blog voice”, so if you don’t feel comfortable doing it, then don’t. You could always do one review and see how you feel after.
Always decline reviews you don’t fancy doing. It’s your blog. Xx