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New pages , New things

Hi All,

So today i got up at 7.30am for no reason whatsoever, im on maternity leave so i thought id be making the most of the lie ins but it dosnt seam to be happening haha. So this morning i decided to make a facebook page called Bargins for Parents, its quite simple really, i will just post the bargins i see out in the community to help others that want to save money, and the people that follow the page can also message me with the bargins they see! I dont make any money from it, i am literally doing it as a hobby. After creating this page i realised just how many i own for different things and its crazy! I seam to be a bit of a facebook addict! So below im going to post all of my social media accounts and what they are for!

Bargins for Parents - https://www.facebook.com/barginsforparents/

Lydia Anne Business Page/modelling - https://www.facebook.com/LydiaAnneModel/?fref=ts

Lydia Anne Beauty - https://www.facebook.com/LydiaAnneBeauty/?fref=ts

Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDXosJDVMARp-BqYQ9gaApA

Instagram personal - https://www.instagram.com/thelydiaanne/

Instagram beauty - https://www.instagram.com/lydiaannebeauty/

Cornwall Business Support group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/1092435000789101/

Cornwall models, photographers, make up artists and hairstylists - https://www.facebook.com/groups/455482284481065/

And that my friends is all for the time being, its a lot i know! I cant believe ive made such a collection. That should keep me busy up until the baby is here!

Well im signing off for now!

Speak soon!

Lydia Anne

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