Thanks to Christin Hume on Unsplash for this incredible picture for today’s post! Now that I’ve been blogging for just over a year and getting a couple more comments than before, I got thinking about brands. I have a long, long way to go until I’ll be able to work with a brand but that doesn’t mean that I can’t have a small wishlist of who I’d love to collab with one day!
How could I not have these guys on my list?! They’re all about Harry Potter!! I’ve seen so many of my blogger friends and my favourite Youtubers working with them that I can’t help but wish that, if I work hard enough, I’ll be able to as well. I’ve visited the tour around 3 times now and every time I’ve visited it’s like I’m stepping into the book and into the big screen! Seeing The Great Hall in person is an incredible experience! WB Studio London also hold a bunch of events for press and people with tickets to see openings of new exhibits like the Forbidden Forest and the new Gringotts Bank!
Who wouldn’t want to work one of the biggest book publishers in the UK? They brought Harry Potter to us and so many amazing books! They have such a great social media presence and whoever creates all the marketing for books is a genius! Everything I see, I want! I’m a book lover…it’s what I do! I never thought about working with them until I started doing book posts on here and now it’s become a goal!
You guys know that mental health is no stranger to my blog. I looked at a few brands when I was first diagnosed and Mind stuck out! That’s both a good thing and a bad thing. Bad because no-one should have battle with their mental health but good because I can help. Even if I only help one person a year I’ll still be happy! Mind has helped so many struggling people understand what their diagnosis means, who they can ask for help and lots of fundraising opportunities! They even have an awards ceremony for those who champion! Let’s see what happens…maybe it’ll happen!
After watching some brilliant youtubers who are on the spectrum, I wondered whether if I could be involved one day. Like all the others it’s going to take a long time since I’m still incredibly new to the whole autism thing, but I still would love the chance to spread awareness especially to adults my age! So many have probably had an inking that they could have ASD but been too scared of waiting times or being ignored. I’m definitely inspired by Connor Ward to help others understand.
What brands would you like to work with?