How are you all doing today?
With June well under our belt we're most definitely heading into Festival season.
Festivals tend to be arranged for the Summer months in the UK when the weather is supposed to be hot and sunny - well that doesn't always ring true here does it and often there's scenes of mega mud pits at the various venues. To be fair we're equipped to handle that now-a-days and the highest sales are in the all-round products that help out these situations. Wellies are now firm favourites to purchase prior to a weekend of camping fun, food, drink and music for ‘just in case situations’ as are fashionable rain jackets and hats. Anyway enough of bad weather talk, let’s talk about what other items are needed for festivals.
My daughter is off to Glastonbury this year after a couple of years not being able to get a ticket! I like to listen to all her chats about it, like who they are going to see, what stage etc ... Sir Elton John is headlining on the main stage and I'm so envious. I had tickets to see him many years ago, unfortunately he suffered a throat infection so had to postpone the concert that was at Leeds Castle. The new date was when we were on holiday so sadly we had to sell our tickets and didn't get to see him, that's one of my big regrets. I can't wait to hear about Glasto when Sophie returns and I'm sure she'll have loads of stories.
Sophie and her boyfriend have been out looking for tents, they've both decided it will be better to go for a bigger five man version - that's so they've got plenty of room, not so they can share with anyone else!
I suggested a camping trolly to ferry everything from the car, it's a huge venue and I'm sure they won't want to carry everything. They aren't taking any food as such, just plenty of snacks that will keep them going. Also they won't bother with much alcohol. It will be hard to keep it cold and there's nothing worse than a warm drink eh!
Items marked with * have been gifted to me, comments are my own.
Among the things Sophie will be taking is this fabulous Festival Bag.
The Festival Bag from Paper Bag Co* have created the 'leave no trace' option meaning you can attend a much anticipated festival of your choice keeping your impact on the world minimal. Priced at just under £40, means it's going to be minimal to your purse too!
If you're searching for a fun and environmentally safe alternative to plastic bags for your festival and travel adventures this season, then we have just the thing for you. You'll just love our eco-friendly, waterproof, paper based Festival Bags,* they come pre-loaded with all your basic essentials and guarantee that you'll #leavenotrace this Summer season.
What's in the bag?
Our new Festival Bags have both a fun and eye catching design whilst also being sturdy, waterproof and kind to the environment. Inside the 'leave no trace' bags you will find a collection of festival, travel and camping necessities made from natural and biodegradable materials ensuring that they will leave no trace.
- Printed T-shirts: Stay funky in their 100% GOTS organic cotton t-shirt printed with water based inks.
- Foldable Wheat Cup: Keep hydrated with the portable and biodegradable cup, it is perfect for sipping your favourite tipple from. Just rinse and reuse!
- Pockets for Valuables: A reusable bag isn't complete without a safe place to store your phone and other valuables.
- Wash Bag: Filled with everything you could need to keep your hygiene tip top whilst you are away, the leave no trace wash bag contains everything from bamboo face wipes, body wash and beeswax ear plugs, toothpaste tablets and a bamboo toothbrush.
- Cornstarch Poncho: As you can never guarantee the weather, these compostable ponchos made from cornstarch will keep you dry whilst also preventing the use of plastic alternatives.
- Biodegradable Glitter: Us our glitter made from plants to give your trip that extra sparkle.
- Loo roll: Well because ... you can never have too much.
Chicandstylish party time, the #Linkup is live now.
Favourite entrant from last week is ... Gail - Is This Mutton? who's got some marvellous choices to 'try on' for the blog. This yellow beauty really does look good on you Gail, it's one I'd choose too!
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Many thanks for popping by, lovely to have you here.
If you're off to a festival I do hope you have plenty of fun, and please leave me a comment if you are!
See you again soon.
Cheerio for now. X