Stunning bouquet by Prestige Flowers and donation to cancer research 

Prestige were kind enough to send me these stunning flowers from their new range:

Link goes live in September. 

There is no better feeling than received a big bouquet from a loved one on your special occasion (be it birthday, anniversary, birth of a child, graduation etc) and this bouquet just makes it even better as a huge 25% of the cost is donated to Cancer Research, such a worthy cause.

I would be willing to pay 25% extra for a donation to be made to Cancer Research, but amazingly the price of these flower bouquets are the same as the main site.

Check out our video of the box opening here. 

As always the flowers were well wrapped and had a water reservoir to keep them fresh in transit. I actually wasn’t home upon delivery and they left it in a safe place, out of the sun and a clear note for me for where to find it. It would have been safe all day and the water would have lasted as well.

Once opened the flowers were fresh and beautiful. So colourful and a stunning mix of different flowers (it’s so nice not to just get one type of flower in a bundle) and there was also a vase in the box.

So next time you purchase flowers for a friend, or lover, consider this collection and donate to charity at the same time, why not indeed!

*please note, item was received free in exchange for this review, however all words and opinions are my own. 

Aspirations of a 9 year old: SockyWocky

Safin is an inspiration! He is a 9 year old who is CEO of his own company (obviously with his Mummy’s help) called SockyWocky.

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The main idea around SockyWocky is spreading positive affirmations. Everyone needs to hear some positivity and 9 year old Safin thought it would be really clever to have these positive messages on socks so all day long you get reminded to stay positive.

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Big Brekkie Fundraising for refugees

Personally I am Atheist, I know Epril was raised with religion and still visits church, but I have been raised with science as my belief. However, when I heard about this fundraiser I just had to get involved.

The news is full of pictures of war and refugees fleeing their homes, all these thousands of people are homeless and without food. The least we can do is run a fundraiser or attend one and try to get some money together to get them some food.

See their video here

If you would like to host an event sign up here. 

Just a few hundred pounds can purchase fridges for a refugee camp and help to feed hundreds. It really is a project to get behind.