Contributors

I don’t consider myself an expert in everything(!) and my interests are as broad as yours, so I have gathered together friends from my everyday and blogging world to give readers variety and stimulate my own diverse interests. All of the contributors below (past and present,) write regular posts on everything from motherhood to music, literature to living-it-up and real home renovations and I cannot thank them enough for adding something to Florence Finds that I can’t.

Current Contributors:

Life + Style, By Michelle.
Fortnightly, on tuesdays.

Creative events planner and Marketing consultant Michelle will be sharing her finds for life + style on a budget without losing any of the sparkle.

Read Michelle’s posts here.
www.PocketfulofDreams.co.uk
@PocketfulDreams

 

Girl about Town - Victoria
(Last Tuesday of the month)
With the busiest diary in all of Florence-ville, Victoria is dedicated to seeking out the hippest places to see and be seen whilst sampling and reviewing quintessential traditional and modern days out and experiences in our fair nations capital and beyond.

Read Victoria’s posts here.
Find Victoria at her blog, Sugar Plum Slipper or @VictoriaHale

First Time Mum- Becky Hay from Blossom
Monthly

Previously our floral expert, Becky now shares her journey as a new Mum from Pregnancy and beyond.

Read Becky’s First time Mum posts here.
Read all of Becky’s floral posts here.
www.blossomflowers.co.uk
@BeckyBrentnall
@BlossomChorlton

Music – Penny B from Bad Penny Says

In her monthly column, Penny gives us a round up of the latest music releases and must-buy albums. From the popular to the undiscovered there’s sure to be something to tempt you amongst her honest, witty reviews and you’ll never miss out on the newest, hottest or frankly, most brilliant new music.

Read Penny’s music posts here.
Bad Penny Says
@TokaiPenny

Book Club – Rachel from Flowers and Stripes

A Literary enthusiast, Rachel leads the book club bi-monthly (the months inbetween allow guest book club posts from Florence Finds. readers,) with a range of covers from the classics to contemporary good reads, inviting all of Florence’s readers to get involved by reading along and joining in the discussion
Read all the Book Club posts here.
Flowers and Stripes
@MrsHunterDunn

Real Renovations – Jessica

Making the journey through renovating an Edwardian house and making it a home, Jessica regularly updates us on everything from the initial purchase to choosing paints, furniture, decor and the garden in a monthly diary. Read along to keep on top of developments and see the finished results at each stage.

Read more from Jess here.
Real Renovations
@JlrWilliams

Gemma – Florence’s Editor & contributor.
Patrolling the pages for typos and tidying up grammatical errors, any punctuation pedants and grammar geeks have Gemma to thank for her unfailing editing skills. You can also often find Gemma contributing guest articles because you can still live a stylish life on a budget. When she’s not making sure Florence Finds looks as good behind the scenes as front of house, Gemma can be found on her own blog The Prettiest Hobo.

Read Gemma’s posts here.
The Prettiest Hobo
@ThePrettiestHobo

PLEASE NOTE: At this time Florence Finds does not accept guest posts unless exclusively commissioned by Rebecca from fellow bloggers and writers that align well with the ethos of Florence Finds. PR’s and SEO ghost writers, please do not contact me with advertorial guest posts or submissions as they will not be accepted.

One thought on “Contributors

  1. hello my name its Andrew and I am a freelance photographer,at this moment I am doing a part time collaboration with an online magazine, but I am looking for another part time or full time job:D
    so if u guys need some one please let me know I will be mega happy to work for you and you will not be disappointed for having me on your team.
    This is my portfolio http://andreiandi.foliohd.com/
    Thank you.

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