The Creative Blogger Award

Wow so it’s awards season and I’ve been nominated for The Creative Blogger Award by Brandie at TheStripedCoyote.  Thank you so much I am delighted!

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Image source: https://fawksteretworld.wordpress.com/ I didn’t design this beautiful picture!

Rules

  • Thank the person who nominated you and include a link to their blog.
  • Share five facts about yourself.
  • Nominate some bloggers and add their links.
  • Notify the bloggers you included.
  • Keep the rules in your post.

5 Facts About Me (some of which I probably shouldn’t tell you but I’m going to anyway):

  1. I share life with five rabbits called Fifer, Poppy, Timmy, Cleo and Sebastien.  Two of them (Cleo and Timmy) are houserabbits and the other three live outdoors in a purpose-designed bunny village in my back garden.  This was possible because…
  2. I own my own house.  I bought a house with my future-husband-to-be when I was 26.  This was such an achievement since I was homeless at 18, but at the same time it has come with a few downsides, but the best part is not having to deal with/be dependent on any more shitty landlords.

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    All the women, who independent, throw your hands up at me!
  3. I love cars (but ironically I get car sick).  I love working on my car, I love driving my car, I love travelling to awesome places in my car, I love dreaming about which cars I could buy if I had any money at all…  cars cars cars.  I wish they were more environmentally friendly though.
  4. I am married.  My first wedding anniversary was in June.  I never planned to be married but I’m not complaining!  I was determined not to just disappear into the life-role, but I wanted to be my own person… but married.  Just like my childhood role model, Emma Peel from The Avengers (TV series, nothing to do with Marvel).  I get annoyed that TV (and well-meaning older relatives, and actually, society in general) leads us to believe that once a woman is married her sense of personhood dissolves into the household.  It doesn’t have to be that way!!  I am still an independent lady with my own mind, I still travel solo when I want to, I just happen to share life with someone else while I choose to do so.  People make out it’s such a big deal, but it’s basically like having a boyfriend only if one of us dies the other one has less paperwork.
  5. I have an obsession with soya sauce.  If it’s not on my rice/noodles, I don’t want to know!  Well… unless I’m not eating Oriental food.

And I’m nominating:

Laura at Laura Living Life

Ellen at Travelling the World Solo

POSH at Look at Her Hair

Megan at Megan’s Beauty Blog

HighHeelsAndABackpack at HighHeelsAndABackpack

I look forward to finding out more about you all!

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Author: MsAdventure

I am a twentysomething travel, photography and beauty blogger who occasionally writes about other topics. Within travel, I tend to write mostly about Europe because all the other travel bloggers seem to write about South East Asia. As a writer, I have written articles that are published in Offbeat Bride and on Buzzfeed, and as a photographer, I have taken photographs that are published in local and national news outlets in the UK. I have a blog at www.delightandinspire.com

12 thoughts on “The Creative Blogger Award”

  1. That is SO awesome that you own your own home at 26! That’s an accomplishment. I don’t think I’ll get to say the same, lol. I probably won’t own a home in Vancouver until I’m like 90. I also love that your an independent lady! It’s so true. I hate how society assumes us to be instant homemakers after marriage.

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    1. Thanks, I’ve been off work for the past 3 months so I’ve been less independent than I’d like recently, but I’m going back as soon as my clearance checks come through and I never thought I’d be this excited to go back to work lol!

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      1. Argh I don’t like my line of work, but not working at all just sucks all the energy out of you! I hate it. I think planned, long holidays with definite end dates are so much better than not working. It’s like life has to be put on hold!

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    1. Aww beagles are great – I used to have a beagle and he was so good with bunnies (and my Jack Russell, when she was a puppy, used to herd the baby rabbits back into their house when they escaped, she was like a little bunny shepherd). I think it depends on the dog’s personality though!

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      1. Your beagles sound awesome! Mine are both sadly gone now, and it’s 14 years since DiDi herded the baby bunnies (all also dead). That’s the trouble with pets 😦 I have different buns now though (and I wouldn’t risk introducing a puppy these days; its so rare to find the right dog/bunny combo). 🙂 I do miss walkies – not quite the same with a rabbit LMAO!

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