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National Vegetarian Week With Haribo.

Vegetarian Haribo
*This post contains gifted items, however, this does not impact my opinion on this post or the items which were gifted to me* 

May 13th-19th is National Vegetarian Week as well as Mental Health Awareness week, two things which are close to my heart. Being a vegetarian for the majority of my life and seeing the huge shift in the opinions of those around me who are also now living or trying to live a vegetarian life. So this week is about celebrating us vegetarians and embracing the lifestyle. In recent years I've seen the number of vegetarian options in restaurants soar from 1 or 2 basic choices (it's always the veggie burger) to a massive variety, some places even offer a menu packed full of goodness. It's not just restaurants who have upped their game either. 

There are plenty of companies who are taking the step to offer meat alternatives, most supermarkets now have their own range of vegetarian/vegan food, some of the bigger chains are stepping up too and offering meat alternatives to their well-sold meat products. I'm sure most of you know about the Greggs Vegan Sausage Roll that took the nation by storm and even had Piers Morgan 'throwing up' in a bin *eye roll*. Quorn who has been the meat alternative from the start have started offering so many more products than their sausages and mince, they're offering bacon, scotch eggs, chicken nugget and many more alternatives which is amazing. 

Vegetarian Haribo 2019
Vegetarian Haribo 2019

Recently Haribo has released a huge range of vegetarian sweets! When I think of sweets my brain instantly goes to gelatine and for those vegetarian sweets on the market they just don't have the same taste as their non-vegetarian siblings. However, Haribo has managed to change this, I wouldn't have believed it either without trying them. But I'm actually shocked how good they taste and you'd never be able to tell the difference. Haribo have offered Strawbs for a long time which I didn't realise were vegetarian either, but with a ton of new exciting options in their collection what will you pick. With everything from mini strawbs, to new and exciting flavours of Jelly Beans and a twist on their classic star mix, which they have named their funny mix.

I'm excited to see what is in store next for Haribo and their vegetarian range as it keeps extending to new products and also improving previous products. I appreciate being able to enjoy more sweets now as the range was super limited prior to this. My favourites are the Jelly Beans as they have some amazing flavours such as candy floss and popcorn, yum.

Vegetarian Haribo  
Vegetarian Haribo Funny Mix

Thanks, Haribo for sending me these goodies, I am enjoying munching my way through them whilst writing this post. I am loving the miniature versions of their vegetarian sweets too, it allows you to snack easier whilst on the go. I'd love to know in the comments if you're vegetarian and what your favourite meat alternative is.

55 Blog Post Ideas For When You're Stuck In A Rut in 2019.

The longer you've been blogging, the harder it can be to think of content ideas. I remember when I started blogging in 2013 there were always chats and a community to share inspiration with and the posts were a lot more simple back then. It was all about reviewing a product, taking some pics and sharing it with other bloggers for most. Since then, blogging has come a long way and although I still love to create content there have been times when I've got into a rut and not known how to get out of it. I made a list of blog post ideas for when you're stuck in a rut in 2015 and also 2017 but I feel even since then a lot has changed blog-wise. Some of these posts I've written myself which I will highlight so you can click on those for inspiration if you fancy, but a lot of them are brand new ideas. At the bottom of the post, there will be a version of the which you can download and keep handy for when you're lacking inspiration. 

Lifestyle post ideas: 
1. Top 5 podcasts 
2. Introducing your pets
3. How to shop on eBay/Ali Express/Shein/Wish. 
4. Pop Vinyl Collection
5. 5 must-see documentaries
6. Films every Disney lover needs to see. 
7. 15 facts about Friends/ (other TV show of your choice) 
8. How to dye your hair bright colours 
9. 10 creative fonts 
10. Favourite products / least favourite of the month/year
11. Your favourite films of all time
12. Photography tips 
13. How to get over a friendship break up 
14.Ways to seek help when you're struggling
15. Top tips for freshers 
16. How to survive a breakup.
17. How to make friends as an adult (I did a post about Bumble BFF)
18. Self-care ideas 
19. 5 beauty hacks 
20. 10 tips on how to study better. 
21. Ways to feel inspired
22. How to tackle Pinterest
23. How to get over a friendship break up 
24. How to write a great CV
25. Tips for caring for a pet

Food post ideas:
26. How to make galaxy food (I made galaxy pancakes)  
27. Best restaurants to visit when you visit (insert place here)
28. 10 easy snack ideas
29. 5 tasty meals on a budget
30. How to make the perfect cupcakes
31. A review of your favourite restaurant 
32. My dream menu

Fashion post ideas:
33. Shop my style 
34. Who inspires my style?
35. 3 ways to style your favourite item of clothing
36. Perfect locations for outfit posts you may not have thought of. 
37. Tips for getting the best outfit pictures 
38. Wishlists. 

Travel post ideas: 
39. 15 unusual packing hacks
40. 9 reasons to visit a place (I recently wrote about Florida) 
41. The ultimate travel must haves 
42. 10 places to visit on a budget 
43. 5 of the most romantic places to visit 
44. 15 iconic locations to visit
45. Travelling with anxiety
46. Hotel reviews 
47. Best places to get currency 

Beauty posts: 

48. Summer inspired makeup
49. How to make your own face masks
50. My skincare routine 
51. How to do the perfect winged liner. 
52. Testing a range of products (I reviewed MUA Pro Base and JOICO recently) 
53. Festival make up looks 
54. Makeup bag essentials. 
55. How to have a spa day at home. 

I hope you've enjoyed this post and are now feeling inspired if you end up using any of these ideas I'd love for you to share your posts with me. 

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9 Reasons To Visit Florida in 2019.

*This is a collaborative post with Clickstay* 

Florida is known for a variety of things, the weather, Disneyland and being one of the friendliest places on the planet. The state is referred to as the "sunshine state", which people link to the state being friendly and always sunny. With a variety of fantastic tourist attractions, beaches and plenty of places to stay- whether you are staying in one of the theme parks, within one of the villas in Florida or with relatives, you're bound to have an awesome time in Florida. So without further ado here are my top 9 reasons to visit Florida this year.

1. The Weather:
The weather in Florida can be unpredictable like it could be sunny for hours on end then suddenly start pouring it down. But unlike the UK, the rain doesn't tend to last long before you're able to go out and enjoy the sun once again. The storms in Florida tends to cool the temperature down, however, it is still boiling! There's a reason that most of their villas are equipped with aircon.

2. Old Town:
Old Town in Kissimmee is a bit of a hidden gem but worth visiting if you're nearby. Old Town has a variety of shops, places to eat and tons of entertainment. Every Saturday night you can see the amazing classic car show and cruise, which is fabulous even if you're not a massive car fan.

Villa in USA, Grand Reserve

3. Amazing places to stay:
In Florida, a lot of tourists tend to opt to stay in a villa, not only does it allow you as a family to have your own space, they tend to come with your own private pool. Staying in a villa allows you to be able to cook your own food too, so if you're going with a lot of people or looking to save some money cooking is always a great option. Clickstay has some fantastic offerings, whether you're going as a family or a large group. For the whole of May, they are offering £25 off your first booking in May until the 31st for stays between 17th-31st, using the code 'LastMinMay19', you're welcome.

4. Theme parks: 
Florida has some of the best theme parks in the world, from Disney parks to Universal (you can my view my 'review' from when I visited here) and beyond, you're in for a real treat when you visit Florida. Even those who don't like rides, there is plenty of other things to do and see. Both parks are just an experience you won't understand how great they are until you've been. With interactive features, rides and a journey through the parks, these theme parks appeal to all ages. Oh, and if I haven't got your attention yet, Star Wars Galaxy's Edge Land is due to open in August!

5. Beaches: 
Florida is home to some of the best beaches in the world, whether you're looking for swimming, scuba diving or just topping up your tan, there will be a perfect beach for you. Visit Florida created an amazing guide on their beaches so you can find out just about everything you need to know about them.

6. Food: 
To me, American food is one of the best cuisines in the world. Now, that could possibly be because everything is bigger and there are so many more choices or that the food is actually amazing or both? Trip Advisor has some of the best restaurants and eateries ranked by the people who've visited them so it's a great way to know what you're going to get for your money.

7. The people:
When I visited Florida the people were so friendly and made me feel right at home, every shop you visit they're always happy to help and go that extra mile for you. It's a great feeling and you always feel appreciated.

8. Shopping:
With a variety of outlet stores, malls and independent stores Florida has it all, whether you're looking for a discount on some new shoes or to go to Bath and Body works you're covered. If you're interested in finding out what is on offer you can check out this guide to Florida Shopping Malls.

9. Wonderworks:
Out of everywhere, I've been in the world Wonderworks has to be my favourite, with over 100 interactive exhibits to see and learn from, anyone at any age can enjoy what Wonderworks has to offer. I'd recommend the natural disasters section and also the indoor rope climbing challenge.

So there you have it, folks, 9 reasons you should make Florida your number one holiday destination this year.

*This post is a paid collaboration with Clickstay, however, this did not influence my post in any way.

Bumble Bff: Success or fail?

Bumble Bff

It's true when they say there is an app for pretty much everything these days from food to jobs, dating to holidays and one I've discovered most recently is an app for friends called Bumble BFF. I remember using Bumble briefly for dating when I was single, but I never found it as enjoyable as the other apps I was using. Although it was amazing to stop guys spamming with pics if you didn't want to talk to them first. As females have to talk first on the app. My friend Bec advised me that she had found a friend using the site, so I decided to give it a go myself. Similar time limits apply to on the BFF version, however, once a match is made either person has 24 hours to message, after this time the match expires. The time limit thing can be a bit annoying as if you are anything like me, you'll forget to check it for days and then go back to loads of missed matches. I guess this is how Bumble entices people into paying for premium.

I have been using Bumble BFF over a month now and I am still checking the app (when I remember oops) so I decided to share my findings with you guys. If you've not yet got the app, I'd totally recommend it. I live in a pretty small town and even I've been able to locate people nearby. When you're making a profile you can decide how far you want your account to reach, I did it to around 40km as I live within 30 minutes (or less on the train) of 3 different cities. So I decided to make sure my radius reached all of those areas. With that, I was on to swiping. I felt like I was on Tinder somewhat with the swiping but for me, the friendship shouldn't be based on looks so I am always looking for interesting bios/experiences and what pets they have because my priorities are in the right order. With Bumble it offers you a variety of questions to ask your match which I find is quite cool as it allows you to get to know a person quite quickly.

With apps such as Bumble BFF, I do always try to put a lot of effort in at first when talking to someone, but when I get a bunch of one-word answers or really dull conversations like "hi, how are you" over and over I tend to give up the conversation. Although on occasion it does pay off, I was able to meet a friend called Emily. We've even met up in real life and had lunch and coffee. We are super similar as people and we now talk almost every day. I didn't imagine when I joined Bumble BFF that I'd actually make a friend but I am ecstatic that I have.

As Bec was the one who told me about the app in the first place, I wanted to hear what she had to say about her experiences.

"Before Christmas, I downloaded Bumble BFF after hearing other North East Bloggers had used it and I was looking to make friends in my area anyway. I got talking to a lovely girl who was moving up to Newcastle from the other end of the country and we had a lot in common! We met up for a double date with her boyfriend and mine and we got along really well (so did our boyfriends)! I ended up planning a night out on the town with her and we had a lot of fun. We plan to go out more and I’d certainly say I’ve made a friend from Bumble. I would recommend others to give it a try if you’re wanting to meet new friends. I wasn’t expecting anything to come of it, but I’m very happy I plucked up the courage to do it!"

Hearing that Bec had such a positive experience made me happy to know that the app can result in success. I also spoke to Ellie from NinkComPoop who had met Bec through the app and I asked her for her thoughts on the app.

"Well... I used BFF because I was recommended it by a few people who knew I was moving away from home. As somebody who had instant success with Tinder a couple of years ago, I was really keen on the idea. I really needed to open myself up to new friendships as I was going to be hundreds of miles away from home. I feel like I'm quite good at understanding people's sense of character quite quickly, so I got on with a few people almost straight away. I would 100% recommend it to people who are up for building new friendships or want to explore a new area with somebody. I was lucky in that I was able to become friends with somebody who knew the area quite well so could show me the ropes of a new place and invite me to fun events also."

Ellie also offers the advice of:
Also... for so long, myself and others were always saying "why isn't there a Tinder for friendships!". I hear people saying it ALL the time! Not enough people know about BFF, so I was so excited haha! I also think it's a good idea to make it clear on your bio what exactly you are looking for; a night-out buddy, a travel friend, a fellow mummy friend, a takeaway & horror movie buddy, etc. I feel like you'll find people on your level that way :)

With this I totally agree there are so many people the app, some are after the same things you may be after and others you may not be suited to, just like friends in real life. Not everybody will get on with everyone but there is a huge variety of people on the app and that's what makes it great!

Thanks to Bec and Ellie for taking the time to be a part of this post and I'd love to know in the comments your experiences on Bumble BFF.

Why are Graduates Staying in Liverpool?

Liverpool is renowned as one of the UK’s best student cities, but it is also gaining a reputation for the number of students who stay afterwards and settle in the booming Northern city. Liverpool has a student population of over 70,000 and the number of graduates who stay in the city after they finish their degree is constantly rising. So why are so many of Liverpool’s graduates staying?

 *This is a collaborative post* 

Luxurious Living
Liverpool has been the recipient of an incredible amount of investment, and the city’s skyline is a testament to this. Many new builds in the city are offering luxurious city living which is perfect for recent graduates. Property investment companies like RW Invest have been involved with a number of projects in Liverpool which offer a high-end living experience in beautiful modern apartments. Compared to other cities in the UK, the level of premium accommodation available in Liverpool is impressive, and for graduates, finding a new apartment is simple. From dockside apartments in chic warehouse conversions to brand new studios in the city centre with on-site gyms, games rooms and cafes, there are a wide range of options available for graduates.

Job Opportunities
Decades ago, Liverpool wasn’t exactly famous for its job opportunities. However, due to huge changes in the city, there are far more career prospects available than ever before. Liverpool’s thriving economy is set to continue growing, and the council’s Liverpool Local Plan sets out a strategy which includes the creation of 38,000 new jobs. From the new Knowledge Quarter which will offer specialist scientific and research roles, to the tech and digital hub at the Baltic Triangle, to the thriving Albert Dock with its variety of shops and restaurants, Liverpool is offering a range of different job opportunities that graduates simply don’t want to move away from.

Thriving Culture
Liverpool is world famous for its musical legacy and unique culture. This former trading city has been a melting pot of different cultures, creating a distinctive city that welcomes everyone. Liverpool’s nightlife is famous, with a range of unique bars, pubs and clubs that appeal to everyone, and this is another reason why so many young people decide to live in the city after they graduate. Liverpool is also home to a number of special events and celebrations, like the Liverpool Giants, the Liverpool Biennial and Liverpool International Music Festival. With more museums and art galleries than any city outside of London, Liverpool has plenty to do.

Cost of Living
Liverpool is also an incredibly affordable city, which makes it far more attractive to recent graduates in their first job, with limited disposable income. Compared to cities in the south of the UK, Liverpool is an incredibly cost-effective choice. When comparing Liverpool to London, you will find that food is 24% cheaper, housing is 47% cheaper, and transportation is 44% cheaper. These lower costs of living that students have grown accustomed to while they have been studying in the city, mean that moving to somewhere that is so much more expensive isn’t a popular option.

If you went to university, where did you go?

Lea Marston Hotel Review 2019.

Lea Marston Hotel
Lea Marston Hotel
Lea Marston Hotel
*The Lea Marston hotel offered me a complimentary stay in exchange for an honest review*

Location: Haunch Ln, Lea Marston, Sutton Coldfield B76 0BY

The Lea Marston Hotel situated in Sutton Coldfield, a 20-minute drive from Birmingham city centre itself, is an enjoyable 4* experience with a choice of spa and gym facilities included within the price of the room, what's not to love. Whether you want a massage or to play a round of golf the hotel has plenty of offerings for you to indulge in. The hotel has recently undergone a variety of refurbishments which has revamped their on-site Hathaway's pub and also a complete revamp of the reception area along with the Aurtrim bar and conference rooms. In a secluded with location surrounded by grounds which are great to explore, sit in within the summer months and of course play a round or two of golf. 

On the day of our stay, Rob and I arrived and were able to easily park as there is a huge on-site car park, as we had both booked treatments, these were first up and I went straight in to enjoy my treatments which were a deep tissue back massage and  an Elemis facial, I paid £70 for two treatments which were 55 minutes in total, the massage was amazing one of the best I've ever had and I enjoyed the facial too. The only thing I would suggest for the facial is to be advised what Elemis products are being used and what for, as I've had them in the past and been told what was used throughout, it would be interesting to learn more about the products for possible purchases in the future. Whilst I was in the treatment room, Rob went to explore the spa and see what it had to offer. After my treatments, I headed to the reception desk to ask if I could check in a little bit early and they were super lovely about it and gave me our room number and key. Also during this time I also set up a tab for all of my drinks and other things I may do whilst staying at the Lea Marston. Then it was time to find the room. The hotel is mostly on the lower floor with a few separate rooms upstairs which makes the hotel super accessible. Our room was the very last one at the far end of the hotel, which felt like it was forever away, however, when we made it, it was worth the walk. 

For a deluxe room, the quality of the things within the room was amazing, including a flat-screen TV with Sky, an amazing shower, a heated towel rail, lots of lovely mirrors, gorgeous bathroom and some magazines on the table. Along with a variety of tea and coffee and an offering of biscuits and fresh milk can be provided if wanted. The room had plenty of plugs, as well as USB plugs on the wall to allow you to be able to charge a variety of things at once. After putting down my stuff, I saw Rob had phoned me and was trying to find me, I had texted him to tell him the room number but he never got this. We quickly realised that within the room we couldn't get any phone signal or 3G/Wifi, which I did find quite annoying. I did plan on doing some story updates from the hotel and tweets but was unable to do so, plus neither of us could message our other halves. Even without the phone signal, the room was advised to have great wifi which didn't connect for us at all. 

Once we had unpacked we hopped into the car and headed to Pesto which was nearby and I was so happy to find one outside the Trafford Centre. We ate food there (a lot of it) and then headed back to the hotel to enjoy the spa. I did find the food to be a little pricey on site, especially for a main meal which is why we looked elsewhere, however, all day I was tempted by room service. The hotel itself has some really cool decor and statement pieces which I enjoyed to look at. 

Lea Marston Hotel
Lea Marston Hotel
Lea Marston Hotel
Lea Marston Hotel
Lea Marston Hotel
Lea Marston Hotel

I was super excited to head to the spa once our food had rested, however, as I ate so much for dinner we decided to do some walking around before heading off to the spa. There were so many lovely areas in the hotel to explore and we looked through the newly refurbished Hathaway's bar, and I fell in love with the amazing umbrellas on the ceiling as they're so quirky and brightened up the room. We also had a look around the Atrium bar and decided we'd head back later for a drink. 

Finally, we had rested our food enough to enjoy the spa, the changing rooms within the spa are great, with lots of lockers which allow you to use them by entering a code set by you, so it's great not to have to carry around a key or find a coin. The spa itself has one large pool which is the same depth at both ends which threw me a little. A spa pool which is essentially a Jacuzzi without the heat. There is a fully air conditioned gym which looks out on to the spa and then finally sits a steam room and a sauna. The health club is open quite late so I think we picked a great time to go. We hit up the steam room first which actually made me feel amazing, my skin still feels good now which is amazing. After washing off we went between the spa pool and the swimming pool for a while before heading back into the steam room. All of the facilities were kept well, spacious and you felt relaxed and able to enjoy your surroundings.

We dried off, went back to the room to drop our stuff off and then headed to the newly refurbished Atrium Bar, it is a super modern room with a great feel to it. Due to the day in which we went it was fairly chill but I enjoyed the atmosphere within. We both enjoyed soft drinks and popped them on my tab. After a couple of hours we headed back to the hotel room and watched some TV, it is great to have Sky as you are able to explore more channels. When it came to going to sleep we decided to switch the aircon on due to how hot we both get in our sleep, however, we had no idea how to do so as there weren't any instructions. I decided to attempt to figure it out but after 10 minutes I gave up attempting to do so. The room was pretty stuffy that night as the duvets were super thick (comfy, but thick) and I felt like it could have been avoided with some instructions. The beds, on the other hand, were luxury, the linen felt amazing and the bed itself was like a dream. However due to the heat sadly, this meant I didn't have the best sleep and when I woke up at 7am I decided to watch some TV. When Rob awoke we headed for breakfast and we were both super excited as we are huge breakfast fans. 

Lea Marston Hotel
Lea Marston Hotel

We were quickly seated at breakfast and offered a variety of different tables to sit at. Then we were offered hot drinks, we both decided to get coffee and then I headed off to my favourite part of all buffet breakfasts the toaster. I grabbed two slices of white bread and popped them in the toaster. Nex,t to the toaster, they had tons of condiments which you can't fault. Despite it only being about 45 minutes into breakfast time a lot of the food appeared to have gone before we arrived and wasn't refilled. The pastry box had tons of choice but only appeared to have the scraps left which were disappointing as they tasted stale also, I wondered if this was due to it being during the week. Rob decided to get lots of fruit and some cereal and was made up of the choices on offer. Being a vegan Rob did find it hard with the hotter options for what he could have. I am a vegetarian, so I went for beans, toast, eggs and hash browns. The eggs were amazing, I could have eaten them for days. However, sadly the hash browns weren't cooked properly. The hot choices on offer were sausage, fried egg, scrambled egg, bacon, beans, black pudding and mushroom so there is a wide choice of options to choose from. 

Throughout breakfast, I had my fair share of juices and I also had an apple and a few pieces of cheese, yum! Once we had both finished we headed back to our room and packed to go home (via an Ikea detour). When it came to checking out, our bill seemed massively over what it was supposed to be, turns out they forgot to remove the treatment in which Rob had and paid for at the time, which was an extra £40. As we only had the drinks put on the tab alongside my treatment it was £79 in total which I was pretty happy with. We said our goodbyes and headed out of the door. I left feeling a lot more relaxed and happier than when I went in the previous day and would go back for another spa day for sure! 

Lea Marston Hotel
Lea Marston Hotel
Lea Marston Hotel
Lea Marston Hotel
Lea Marston Hotel

*I was kindly gifted bed and breakfast at Lea Marston Hotel for 2 in exchange for this review, however, all thoughts are my own and completely honest based on our experience* 

Weird and wonderful Mother's Day gift guide.

If you're a regular reader of Dungarees & Donuts, you will know weird and wonderful is my speciality, gift guides are especially where I get to show off this side and I love to bring you the best gifts from far and wide (the internet) to inspire you to adventure out of the 'norm' for presents and dare to be different. I can confirm this guide does feature some gifted items, however, if I didn't love them I wouldn't include them as I'm not that kinda person. I hope you enjoy my weird and wonderful Mother's Day guide and for my other alternative gift guides, you can click the link to enjoy.

Lush Gift Set 'You ok, Mum?':
Lush is an amazing go-to brand for gifts, you know what you're going to get is going to be good quality and Lush have the best packaging. The 'You ok, Mum' gift set is a gift set which doesn't require a bath, as like most of you know. Lush is primarily somewhere that sells bath products. The great thing about this set is, it even has 'shower bombs' which sound super exciting don't they? In the set, there is also a shower scrub, shower gel, body lotion and a lovely soap bar. They are all wrapped up within a lovely box and tied with a ribbon. The set comes in at £32.95 which on the surface is a lot, but for a lush fan and the number of products you get within the set, it is great value for money. Plus, all of the products in the box are vegan and cruelty-free.

NOT Terry's Chocolate Orange Gin:
I don't know about you, but my mum is a huge fan of gin and when I saw this gorgeous looking bottle of chocolate orange gin I knew it would be a hit. Not only is the bottle amazing and looks like it has chocolate dripping down it, the liquid is also coloured like it is chocolate orange. Firebox claims the gin tastes exactly like chocolate orange which is exciting as who doesn't like alcohol that tastes that bit sweeter. The bottle is 50cl and costs £29.99 from Firebox. P.s. No chocolate oranges were harmed in the making of this gin.

Belgian Waffle Yankee Candle:
Of course, Yankee Candle had to make it onto the list, is it really a gift guide without a Yankee Candle? Following on from the food theme above, we have a gorgeous Belgian waffle scented candle. The candle costs £23.99 like all large Yankee Candles do, however, this can be purchased in a smaller size. The scent literally mimics a syrup covered waffle, it smells sweet and sugary with notes of cinnamon running through. Yankee Candle also have three other candles in their new Sunday Brunch collection which are also great alternatives for a Mother's Day present (or yourself, because, treat yo self right?)  

Stephen Hawking 50p Coin:
The final item of the guide deserved an honourable mention as it's one of a kind and can only be bought for a short period of time on The Royal Mint. The Stephen Hawking 50p costs £10 but it is the ultimate gift for any coin collector. With mine, I decided to frame it within a box frame with a background to keep it in perfect condition. The coin comes with information about the coin itself as well as about Stephen and all of the amazing things he did during his lifetime, it is currently being sold as it is one year since he passed. 

Which item in the guide catches your eye the most? 

*This post contains gifted items and some affiliate links*