After being away for most of last week my to do list both personal and on the blog side of things has grown extensively. Whilst away I was unable to take part in the mini bloggiesta so I will be organising myself over the next couple of days (hopefully!). As I have already changed my theme and other little things on the blog there isn’t too much to do but there are the little things.
So . . .
– Find new social network buttons
– Check out new bloggers
– Write trip post & edit photos
– Edit Pinterest boards
– Back up blog and photos on computer
– Go through Bloglovin‘ and edit lists
What are you up to this week?
I will be on and around Twitter & Instagram as usual.
Last Weeks List
– Write Christmas cards and send for Book Bloggers Holiday Card Exchange
– Wrap and bag Christmas presents
– Put up Christmas lights
– Schedule 1 week of posts
– Comment on 10 news blogs
– Put together gift basket for mothers
How Did I Get On?
Still working on the Christmas gift baskets for our mothers however it is taking longer than I anticipated due to lack of time to go out and shop for the contents. Bit by bit I am getting there – it will happen. On the wrapping side of things the other day I got into a bit of a wrapping frenzy put my audio book on and got cracking. With only 3 more presents to wrap and a couple more to buy I am pretty much all sorted.
One thing I do regret this year is not planning ahead enough to participate in The Broke & The Bookish Secret Santa – such a shame but next year will be a good one! (Not wishing the time away of course!).
Commenting has not been my strong point this week but I have visited almost 10 new blogs and let me tell you there are some awesome bloggers out there – as if you didn’t already know.
This Weeks List
– Edit Christmas baking blog and put on You Tube
– Comment on 10 news blogs
– Find 5 new blogs on Bloglovin’
– Organise 2 Pinterest boards
Once again I will be on Twitter & Instagram this afternoon whilst out and about!
See You There 😀
The app market is saturated to the hilts with free and not so free photo editing apps. There are also plenty of posts about peoples most used and favourite editing apps. So . . . here are mine!
For dramatic stormy skies and scratchy vintage like finishes this is the app for you. Not only is it free but if you like the sort of app where you can just upload straight to many social networks this is great.
Add-ons plus minor twists and turns this app has pretty much everything you need to transform a plain Jane photograph into something spectacular. My favourite filter is . . .
A Beautiful Mess
Although I had to pay for this app (About £1 – I think!) there are a few nice features on this app. However the one disappointment is despite paying already for the privilege of taking up storage space on my phone if I were to use certain fonts I would have to pay more.
This is an app that I have neither used or owned however have looked and seen great things about it – I am still thinking about making the purchase but with so many other apps available for free it won’t be happening any time soon.
Lots of rave reviews for this lovely little app, however I am still waiting for it to show me it’s best. Maybe it is time to sit and play about with it a bit.
This app was introduced to me by some colleagues and although it is more about the instant photos rather than uploading and saving photos (saving on the memory) it isn’t really much different from instagram. The resemblance doesn’t stop from instagram even down to the apps icon.
What are your favourite photo apps?