My Spooky October Advertisers!

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Wooooo do you hear that? That’s the sound of my spooky October advertisers! I’m so happy to be back with another full month of advertisers on the blog! And with the added decision to adapt how I advertise in 2023, it makes the next few months extra exciting! But I’ll go into more detail about my plans for 2023 as we draw closer.

For now, I want to focus a bit on how September went for me and writing. There’s no doubt in my mind that things are difficult right now across the board. Between the rising cost of living, the drop in temperature, and adapting back into freelancing, I’m really feeling the pinch. Through it all, however, I’m reminded of how much I love what I do, despite scrapping together the pennies on a month-to-month basis.

Meet my seven spooky October advertisers!

Andrea Hunt

The first of my October advertisers, and a returning friend, is Andrea Hunt. If you’re interested in EFT or life coaching services in the comfort of your own home, look no further than Andrea! She’s a certified transformational life coach and a member of the International Coaching Federation. Andrea is also qualified in Level 2 EFT Tapping (Emotional Freedom Technique) and is a member of AEFTP (Association of Emotional Freedom Technique Professionals). She’s currently working towards her EFT Masters Level 3 Certification.

If you’re interested in getting in touch with Andrea, simply email her at Or you can book a 15-minute FREE discovery call to find out if this package is for you!

Here are a few of Andrea’s top picks from her blog.

  1. 10 Things I’ve learned After 10 Years of Living in Germany as a Munich Expat.
  2. Perfectionism: The Pitfalls of Unhealthy Performance Expectations.
  3. Super Effective Techniques for Anger Management During Intense Moments.

Ciara McCaffery

Ciara is the proprietor of Purple Box Consulting, an agency to help manage and achieve the goals of your business. Based in Belfast, Ciara is a dedicated freelance consultant with extensive knowledge in regard to team management.

“Employees are currently in control. The change caused by the pandemic has contributed to a world where employers are changing the way they work and recruit. With my interview coaching, I can help increase your confidence, and teach you how to showcase all that you have to offer. You’ll learn how to showcase your skills, talents, and knowledge, no matter the job!”

Ciara’s expertise has been very widely sought and successful through 2022, and she’s currently open to new clients to help them get the most from their careers.

You can also find Ciara on Twitter and Linked In. You can also contact Ciara via her email address;

Claire Mac.

Claire Mac is run by, you guessed it, Claire! A wonderful blog filled with mamahood, self-love, fashion, skincare and so much more! Whether you’re a parent or not, Claire’s blog is a safe space for you. She talks about all of the above plus much-needed aspects of self-care, self-love, and encouragement that everyone, not just mamas, needs to hear.

While Claire is a mum to two wee ones, she doesn’t want that to purely define her. She is so much more than just a mother with a passion for writing, fashion, encouragement and so much more. Mums can be themselves as well as being a mother, and Claire wants to show that!

You can find Claire on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, and LinkedIn.

Here are some of Claire’s top picks from her blog!

  1. The ultimate list of October gardening jobs to get winter ready.
  2. How to deal with unsolicited parenting advice when all you want to do is scream F**k off.
  3. How to decorate your bedroom in a rental property.

Bournemouth Girl

Bournemouth Girl is a wonderful blog run by UK-based blogger, Lauren. She’s a lover of stationary, wellness, and organisation. Her blogs have taught me so much about routine and keeping myself (and my surroundings) together! I’ve even written a few articles for Bournemouth girl and vice versa! Want to work with a blogger (other than me) on a more personal level? Lauren is your girl!

You can find Lauren on all the usual places such as FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

Here are some of their top blog picks for you to check out.

  1. Best fall blogtober blog post ideas.
  2. 6 Simple activities that will lift your mood this autumn.
  3. Autumnal bucket list for blogtober.

Tales Of Belle.

To kick off my May advertisers, Karalee from Tales of Belle brings us wonderful articles about beauty, books, and even recipes. Tales of Belle is truly a jack-of-all-trades blog, and I honestly love to see it! She’s worked with various brands, reviewed a variety of genres, and has been in the blogging game since 2016.

While Karalee has provided me with various posts she wants to showcase, I couldn’t let this post go up without mentioning her Sims 4 content. I’m an avid gamer, with The Sims series being one of my all-time favourites. And so I was instantly drawn to her post on various challenges to complete within the game.

If you’re interested in beauty, books, and everything in between, I highly recommend checking out Tales of Belle. Here are some of Karalee’s top picks!

  1. The 20 Best and Easy Air Fryer Recipes.
  2. Melt and Pour Soap Making: Helpful Tips for Beginners.
  3. Oden’s Eye Makeup Brand Review.

Don’t forget that you can find Karalee on InstagramTwitter, and even Goodreads.

Share To Inspire

I’m so pleased to see Share To Inspire joining my October advertisers! She’s been with us before back at the beginning of the year, and there is nothing I love more than returning sponsers! It means I’m doing something right! Share to Inspire was created by the wonderful Ali! She’s an English teacher living in Japan, with a passion for self-development. Share to Inspire was born as a way to help others grow their confidence, finances, and even their relationships.

But can we just take a moment to reflect on Ali’s amazing journey to living her life in Japan!? She talks passionately about her life there, the different cultures she’s experiencing, the languages she’s learning and the friends she’s making along the way.

Ali’s site is a one-stop-shop for all things self-growth, her personal experiences of living and teaching abroad, and other tidbits of knowledge she’s learned along the way.

Here are some of Ali’s favourite posts are listed below!



Last but certainly not least, Louise-Rose is one of my new advertisers and I, for one, am very happy to have her! She’s a thirty-something-year-old blogger living in York, and while she’s been writing for different websites for a number of years, it finally came time to start her own lifestyle blog in 2014. Since then, she’s had the privilege to work with a variety of brands and companies on a number of written collaborations.

But her work doesn’t stop there. As well as running her own blog, Louise-Rose also organises blogging events in and around Yorkshire. What a great opportunity to get to know your fellow writers and to bond over a common interest!

As of now, Louise-Rose continues to work hard on her writing and continues to bring local Yorkshire bloggers together with her other website, York Bloggers.

Here are some of Louise-Rose’s favourite posts are listed below!

Have you heard of any of my October advertisers before?


  1. Thank you so much for including me in this month’s advertiser’s post! There are some of my favorite bloggers here too!

  2. Great that it was a productive month for you! Kudos to you for always delivering good quality content.

  3. So happy to be advertising with you again. I haven’t heard of the agency before. Thank you for sharing your advertisers. I hope you have a great October.


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