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Guest Posts

One of my New Year's Resolutions was to write some guest posts for other blogs. The first one has now gone live so I'm going to use this post to keep track of them. I'll update it with links as and when necessary.

 Bearded Backchat at Danny UK. 10/01/16.
 Beginning of Us at What the Redhead Said. 21/01/16.
 Meet the Maker at Mrs Crafty B.  25/01/16.
 What Did You Watch? at Hex Mum. 28/01/16.
 Saturday Soundtrack at The Mumington Post. 30/01/16.
 Beautiful Births at Quite Frankly She Said. 03/02/16.
 Photos of Cornwall at A Cornish Mum. 03/02/16.
 Blogger Spotlight at Jigsaw Parenting. 04/02/16.
 Working Mums at Mumma Scribbles. 05/02/16.
 Birth Story at Oliver's Madhouse. 09/02/16.
 Travel Time Hop at the Tin Box Traveller. 11/02/16.
 Parenting Expectations and Reality at Family Fever. 11/02/16.
 Not Just Mummy or Daddy (My Hobby) at Mummy 2 Monkeys. 15/02/16. (404 Error)
 How Do You Do It? at Sons, Sand & Sauvignon. 21/03/16. (404 Error)
 Creative Motherhood at Occupation Mother. 22/03/16.
 What's Your Day Job? at Waffle Mama. 01/04/16.
 Newbie Showcase at #PoCoLo. 01/04/16.
 A Day With... at EatLoveLiveLondon. 15/04/16.
 KCACOLS Linky Co-Host with A Moment With Franca. 09/04/16.
 The Happiness Series at Cuddle Fairy. 17/05/16.
 Parenting Stories - Role Reversal at Tiggy Poes and Flutterbys. 20/05/16.
 Ten Top Travel Tips at The Rare Welshbit. 23/05/16.
 13 Questions at Lamb and Bear. 29/05/16.
 #ParentingScoop at Double the Monkey Business. 08/06/16.
 Why I Want My Daughter To Be A Feminist at The Printed Parade. 22/06/16.
 Rookie Mistakes at Life, Love and Dirty Dishes. 22/06/16.

Rookie Mistakes

 Top 5 Preschool TV Shows at 2 Hearts, 1 Roof. 27/06/16.
 KCACOLS Linky Co-Host with A Moment With Franca. 10/07/16.
 5 Super Useful HTML Tips for Bloggers in Rambles, Rants & Writings magazine. 31/07/16.
 Fleabag Friday at Tea in the Tub. 29/07/16.
 The Daddy Tag Challenge at Frenchie Mummy. 11/09/16. (404 Error)
 Tracks of My Years at My Three and Me. 05/10/16.
 Interview With My Pet at Plutonium Sox. 15/11/16.
 Winter Toddler Crafts at Baby Foote. 18/11/16.
 5 Books Feature at Let Them Be Small. 18/11/16.
 Randomness Personified Interview at The Man Down My Local. 24/11/16.
 Disney Questionnaire at ?
 Remembering Childhood Q&A at Toby Goes Bananas. 25/01/17.


  1. Yay! I was first! Lol. Thanks again for taking part.

    1. Hehe, thanks so much for having me! I've been bitten by the bug, as you can see. :)

  2. Hi Jessica,

    Wow, great job on submitting so many guest posts. I've actually just started guest posting and have completed 6 guest posts.

    It's a lot of work, but like you, I love it. It helps that I have several blogs scheduled on my blog so I don't have to worry about writing content on my own blog 3-4 months.

    Now I just need to get out there and write some more guest posts. I may even create a page dedicated to the guest posts that I write.

    Thanks for sharing your success with guest posts.

    Have a great day :



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