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Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award

The Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award
I was tagged for this blogging challenge, created 'to recognise the unique voices of women bloggers around the world', by the lovely Ashleigh of Loving My Finley. The rules of the game are simple:

☆ Thank the blogger who tagged you and link back to their blog.
☆ Answer the 10 questions given to you.
☆ Nominate 10 bloggers.
☆ Write 10 questions for your nominees to answer.

Read on for my answers.


1. Name one thing in your life up until now you’ve mostly regretted. 

I try not to regret things, because it's such a negative thing to do. I do wish I'd kicked up more of a fuss over my orthadontist's decision not to remove any teeth before fitting my brace as a teen. All of my front teeth have pushed themselves back out of line over the last few years. :(

2. Name one thing in your life up until now you are proud of. 

Graduating from Cambridge. It was a long, hard slog!

graduation photo
Me, Kathryn and Amy on graduation day.

3. What’s your best blogging achievement to date? Why is it your best? 

Getting to #191 in the Tots100. My goal for this year was to get into the top 200, so to reach it in just February made me really happy.

4. If I was to give you £1 million right now, what would be the first thing you buy? 

A house. It would be great not to have to worry about paying rent ever again.

5. What’s your most favourite food and drink? 

French fries and strawberry milkshake.

6. What are you doing right this moment? (Besides from typing this out, obviously!) 

Watching Dr Who and playing 'twinkly hands' (literally just holding your hand in the air and waggling your fingers) with Marianna.

Marianna in sunglasses
Marianna having a chilled out afternoon.

7. If you got given three wishes, what would you wish for? (And no, you can't wish for more wishes. That’s cheating!)

World peace, a cure for cancer and, because by that point I'd be sick of being selfless, lots and lots of money.

8. What animal did you have as your first pet, and what was its name? 

I had a goldfish named Ariel, like the little mermaid.

9. What is your favourite thing to do in your spare time? Besides from blogging, of course.

I like to read. You can check out my most recent reads HERE.

10. Lastly, tell me a random fact about yourself.

I have a weird phobia of chalk, and all chalk like substances. It's the powdery feel of them that goes through me. There are another seven more random facts about me HERE.


If you want to take part, please do! I'm leaving the tags open so if you feel like answering my questions, please just let me know so I can pop over and read your answers, and edit this post to include a link. If you're not blogging, feel free to answer any or all of the questions in the comments. :)

My ten questions are:
  1. If you were the opposite sex, what would your name be? (It could be what your parents chose, or just a name you like.) 
  2. What was the worst movie you've ever seen?
  3. Beach holiday or adventure getaway?
  4. If you owned a shop, what would it sell?
  5. What was your first job?
  6. If your life was a TV show, what would be the theme tune?
  7. Do you have any allergies?
  8. Maths or Math?
  9. What is your favourite fairy tale?
  10. What do you think it (your favourite fairy tale) says about you?





Comments

  1. Congratulations! A well deserved award :)

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  2. Great answers! Well done on getting into the top 200 in tots, you deserve it x #KCACOLS

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  3. I would buy a house too! Congrats on getting into the Top 200!

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    1. I'd go about doing all those home owner surveys just so I could boast about it! :D

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  4. Wow, well done on getting into the top 200 of TOTS! Well deserved. #KCACOLS

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  5. I like to think I would like to own a shop and sell lovely cakes and hot drinks and nice hand made craft things. In reality, I'm sure it would be far too much hard work ;)
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    #KCACOLS

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    1. That would be lovely - I'd have to get some staff to do all the actual work though, lol.

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  6. Congrats on getting into the Top 200! If I were given £1 million right now, I would buy The Hubs and me an around-the-world vacation!

    #KCACOLS

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  7. Wow congrats on an AMAZING tots 100 score!! Well done you in getting into the top 200! The chalk phobia is a funny one, not ha ha funny obviously - but just that I haven't heard of that before! I too don't like looking back with regrets. It's lovely to learn more about you! #KCACOLS x

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    1. Thank you! Gotta reach for the top 100 now! :) It's just such a weird thing to freak out about - even when I see a pack of chalk on a shop shelf or something my skin just crawls! x

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  8. I also joined in with this bloggers tag last week it was fun to do. I love reading these posts to find out more about bloggers. Congratulations on getting into the top 200 of Tots 100 what a fantastic achievement!

    Thank you for linking up to #KCACOLS and I hope to see you back on Saturday 27th when the linky opens again x

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    1. I'm slightly addicted to these tags, I think! :) x

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  9. Congratulations on an amazing Tots 100 score! Very well deserved :)
    Laura xx
    #KCACOLS

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  10. I love that you do twinkly hands while you blog.

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  11. Well done on the Tots100 score! I also used to have a bit of a phobia of chalk when I was younger, doesn't seem to bother me now though. #friYay

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    1. Thank you! Mine seems to be getting worse in my old age, lol! x

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  12. Wow you are doing so well I am hundreds away from you lol :) I love your answer for number 7 - perfect haha!

    Thanks for linking up! #FriYAYLinky

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    1. It all depends on if I can manage to stay there! lol. x

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  13. Oh my goodness, I've never heard of a fear of chalk before! Bless you!
    Well done on doing so well in Tots, that's fabulous, you go girl ;)
    (and for going to Cambridge, that's amazing!)
    X

    #FriYayLinky

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    1. Hehe, I know! It's everywhere too, even in places you don't expect! :)

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  14. Wow! You clever girl! A grad from Cambridge! Congratulations! & Congratulations with reaching the Tots100 #191 too. That's awesome! OMG! I hate chalk too. The squeak sound that it makes on the chalkboard just make all my little hair stands up. Brrr! Big dislike! Great to know a little more about you. Thank you for sharing and linking up with #FabFridayPost

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    1. It's just such a gross substance! The noise, the touch, ugh! Lol. And, aw, thank you! :3

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  15. Fab answers! Well done on getting into the top 200 in TOTS, what an achievement! #KCACOLS

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