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5 things I want to do that I have never done before

Hey guys, my name is Jack and welcome to a post. In this post we will be doing five things I have never ever done before that I really, really want to do. It is ish like a bucket list but most of these are a bit out stretched. So lets get into it:

5. Get a tan – ooh in my life, I have never ever had a tan. I had a really light one but nothing dark

4. Dye my hair – I would love to dye m hair this bluey greeny neony colour because it looks really nice. I am probably gonna do it in the summer but we will see.

3. Get a tattoo – I do not want to get one that people can see because I wouldn’t be able to get a lot of jobs with a tattoo on my face or hands or arms etc. Maybe a few stars on my back

2. Buy a real nice watch – I love a watch. It is so nice because you don’t have to whip out your phone to check the time you just look at your wrist. I also love saying “time you get  watch”24dd01bff803c75cf11a7fd2861fa531.jpg

  1. Visit Brighton- I have never been to Brighton but the amount of Youtubers who live there it must be a good place. Zoe likes to say that there is different parts of Brighton which is cool.

So guys, thank you very much for reading my post. if you enjoyed it please leave a comment and tell me what you would live to see on this blog.

Jack xxx


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Prezzo In Blandford Forum

Hey guys, my name is Jack and welcome to a post. In this post I will be doing my first ever restaurant review. I went here for my sisters sixteenth birthday and it was really delicious. I can not describe how scrumptious the pizza base.

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Food Rating – 5/5

The food was generally lush. They had starters, which I didn’t have any because everyone gets filled up quickly. Anyway, I had a goat cheese, spinach and pepper pizza with parmesan cheese (dead sock cheese) sprinkled over the pizza. It was a VIP pizza which means it was massive and it was so nice. The base was not even dry and it tasted so good. For pudding I had a Mini dessert which means I can have a smallish dessert with a hot drink. I had a Banana and Nutella calzone with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. The only problem with it was that I had to pick it up with my hands as it was really hard to eat with a spoon

Menu -5/5

Well as you saw from the menu above it was pretty big and that wasn’t even the only menu. There was that menu which had starters and main in. A dessert menu which had all the desserts in details in. Then a drinks menu which I will get into at the drinks station. I am one of those people who likes plenty of choice but don’t want too much stuff as it would be difficult choice. They had different headings for each section so it was easy to read. There was starters bit and they had a wide range but I didn’t have any. Then the rest was split up pizza, executive pizzas, calzones, risotto, and I am not sure what else.


Euhhgg, I wasn’t actually sure about it because as I am only fourteen. I couldn’t have any alcoholic beverages so I was stuck with the basic soft drinks. The coke was nice and they constantly asked if we needed any water and we got through about four jugs and it had ice it so it was good.

Atmosphere/ Decoration- 4/5

Well… It was so good in there. There was candles on a feature wall kind of thing. There was music in the background and it wasn’t too bad

Price- 3/5

It was pretty well priced but it did come to a lot of money with everyone there. TBH my pizza which was massive and being the best pizza I ever have had in my life was about £10.50.

Thankyou so much for reading my post if you want me to do more reviews about anything please comment and I shall make it happen. 

From Jack xxx



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Blog Post Ideas

Hey guys, my name is Jack and welcome to a post. In this post I will be telling you … blog post ideas. These are the type of videos I would post and I might post them one day. So lets get into it:

  1. Morning routine
  2. Evening Routine
  3. Tags
  4. Lists
  5. Day post
  6. Recipes
  7. Café/ Restaurants review
  8. Book Review
  9. Film Review
  10. Step to Step guide of how to do things
  11. A walk or bike ride or run you have done recently
  12. An interview with someone who inspires you
  13. Things I wish I knew before I started ……
  14. Ten things about me
  15. A list of people who …….. me
  16. About me post
  17. Write about something you do
  18. A list of hobbies

Thanks for reading! If you enjoyed it please leave a comment and make sure you follow my page. If you write any of the posts please leave a comment down below telling me about them.

Jack xxx

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Interview with ‘Wander with Laura’


Hey guys, my name is Jack James and welcome to a post in this post we will be doing an interview with a travel blogger called Wander with Laura. Her blog posts are really good and I am so happy she answered me back. I read her blog posts and it makes me think what I am doing with my life. So lets get into it:

1.What made you start blogging?

I’ve always loved writing and had personal ‘diary’ blogs privately for years. Then, one day in uni, I decided that it would be a great move for my CV to start a real blog.  The first thing I wrote about was beauty before moving onto lifestyle and then travel!

2. What is your favourite thing about blogging and why?

Having a creative output is amazing and really challenges you to work at something for yourself. As part of my Marketing jobs, I’ve used social media, websites and similar tools to blogging but this is something that you can make completely your own.

3. What bit of blogging dont you like and why?

I find blogging tough these days. I started almost five years ago and since then, the world has become so much more professional with bloggers earning huge tons of money. You ‘need’ proper equipment and knowledge to get started and make headway and this can be discouraging compared to the days where anybody had a shot.

 4. What do you like doing in your spare time?7

In my spare time – aside from blogging – you’ll find me watching films, reading and eating (a lot). My friends mean the world to me and I spend as much time with them as possible!

 5.What would make you stop blogging?
I came close to throwing the towel in on my blog for the reasons above. But at the end of the day, having the memories to look back on and experience will be an amazing thing so Wander with Laura lives on!
6. What is your favourite social media and why?
 Instagram is my favourite. For travel blogging especially, this allows you to paint a picture of your journeys so I can’t get enough of it. My handle is @wanderingwithlaura by the way 😉
7. If you could give one piece of advise to a new blogger what would it be?
 Try not to get bogged down with the competition. Stay true to yourself and don’t force yourself to embrace anything that doesn’t feel right.
8. What is your favorite country, you have ever been to and why?
  This is a really hard one! I’m visiting so many new countries over the next few months that this could change but for city breaks, Krakow in Poland is brilliant – affordable and beautiful! Switzerland has scenery unlike anything I’ve seen and I’m currently in Indonesia that has also captured my heart. Sorry, I just can’t choose!
Thank you guys for reading if you enjoyed it please leave a comment and tell me who I should interview next. If you are a blogger or some kind of an internet personality and you would like to be interviewed drop your email down below or email me . Make sure you check out all the pages mention.
Jack xxx
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How to make: Cherry and Sultana Rock Cakes


Hey guys, my name is Jack and welcome to a post. In this post we will be doing my very first cooking post. I would like to start this series as I love baking and it is one of my favourite things to do. These are not my recipe this is out of a book called 100 best recipes Baking.


85g/3 oz of Butter (You will need a bit more for greasing

250g/90z of self-raising flour

1sp ground mixed spice

85g/3oz caster sugar

55g/2oz of glace cherries, quartered

1 egg

2 tbsp. milk

50g/2oz of sultanas


  1. Preheat the oven to 200 Celsius/ 400 Fahrenheit
  2. Then grease the baking sheet
  3. Sift the flour and mixed spice into a bowl
  4. Add the butter and  rub in until mixture resembles breadcrumbs
  5. Stir in the sugar, cherries and sultanas
  6. Break the egg into a bowl and whisk in the milk
  7. Pour the egg mixture into the dry ingredients and mix with a wooden spoon
  8. Shape them into rocks and on the baking sheet
  9. Bake in the preheated oven for 15 minutes
  10. Take them out and then leave it to cool for two minutes
  11. Then transfer them to  a wire rack to cool completely

So guys, thank you very much for reading my post, If you enjoyed it please leave a comment and tell me if you tried to make these.

Jack xxx

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Interview with ‘Chillingwithlucas’

Hey guys, my name is Jack James and welcome to a post, in this post I am going to start a series where I am going to interview internet personalities. I might do other people but for now I am going to do Bloggers and youtubers etcetera. This week I am going to be interviewing Jenni from the blog Chillingwithlucas. Her blog is the best and I read it a lot. She is one of the people who inspired me to start blogging so I decided to ask her first. So Lets get into it:

What made you start blogging?

I started reviewing products I was using with Lucas and writing about them on my Facebook page. My partner encouraged me to start a blog to keep the reviews there and have a place to jot down what I got up to with Lucas on my maternity leave.

  1. What is your favourite thing about blogging and why?

The blogging community. The online friends I have made, I have joined a few groups and there are a handful of bloggers that I chat to daily, we are there for each other if we need advice or inspiration or just a general chat about what we are doing. It’s funny how I can feel closer to people I haven’t met than people I have known for years.

  1. What bit of blogging don’t you like and why?

The other side of the blogging community, the bitchy tweets, the people who follow to up their numbers before unfollowing again. I can’t be bothered with that.

  1. What’s do you like doing in your spare time?

I don’t feel like I have any spare time, if it’s time to myself even just while Lucas has a nap, a coffee and watching a tv programme in peace makes me happy. I used to enjoy yoga and Pilates, I think when I have Lucas in a night time routine that doesn’t depen1.jpgd on me, I would like to start a class again.

  1. What would make you stop blogging?

I don’t know if anything would stop me blogging but I am aware that I may need to change direction of my blog at some point. If Lucas asks me to stop writing about him and doesn’t want his photos on it, I would stop that.

  1. What’s your favourite social media and why?

Instagram, it’s harder for people to moan and bitch on that. It’s also lovely scrolling through people’s photos and lives.

  1. If you could give one piece of advice to a new blogger what would it be?

Don’t get caught up in what everyone else is doing or statistics. Let it be your happy place, not a place you worry about DA and tots scores.

  1. Last question, if you could live in any country where would you live?

Ooh, I don’t know. I love where we live now with our family close by but it would be nice to live somewhere with sunshine and a beach. Maybe the Canaries or Portugal as the flight wouldn’t be too long to visit.

So guys, I hope you enjoyed the post if you did, please leave a comment and tell me who I should interview next.

Jack xxxx


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Portland Bill Walk (Dorset)

Hey guys my name is Jack and welcome to a post, in this post I will tell you about my walk around Portland Bill. It was an amazing walk and I think that everyone who can should do it. Lets get into it:

Its a pretty easy walk to navigate by and there are signs all the way so if you don’t know how to use a map and compass, its fine.



The walk is about thirteen miles and there is many was to come off if you have had enough. A tiny bit of it is accessible for wheelchairs and push chairs (EG). If I would rate the walk from one to ten, I would say seven as some bits of the path is uneven and unstable. I would say it is for a person who is just starting out but not too much of a beginner.



img_2064IMG_2088.JPGThis walk is so good because there is all sorts of history and there is so much photos to take. If you are a keen walker and a keen photographer like me, walk this walk.


The instructions are here so if you are going to do it, do it. There is a café and two museums. After the walk you could always go to the pubs in Portland and there is also a fish and chip shop. I hope you enjoyed this post, if you did please leave a comment and follow for weekly posts.

Jack xxx