Hi there and thanks for stopping by my Contact Page, I would love to hear from you so why not get in touch on either of the following:-

Instagram: @sarah.j.cale

Twitter: @sarah_j_cale

Facebook: Sarah Cale – personal blog

Email: sarah@sarahcale.co.uk

 

E V E N T S

 

I welcome the opportunity to attend events as this is something I particularly enjoy. Please contact me at sarah@sarahcale.co.uk

 

C O L L A B O R A T I O N S   A N D   C A M P A I G N S

Please contact me directly at sarah@sarahcale.co.uk to discuss collaborations, campaigns brand partnership or sponsored content. I am currently in the process of putting together my media kit which should be available very soon. However, I am still able to discuss rates and would welcome this opportunity.

 

S A M P L E S

From time to time I am very fortunate to receive samples, for which I am very grateful. Should you wish to send me such samples please contact me at  sarah@sarahcale.co.uk for my postal address. However, I must add that unless we have previously discussed a collaboration then there is no guarantee that I will be able to showcase the products any further that on my instastories. Although if I do love a particular product there is always the possibility that I will include in further whether that be in a blog post or on my Instagram feed.

 

L I F E S T Y L E

As my blog also covers a variety of other area’s under the lifestyle header I would welcome the opportunity to travel to new destinations, and this is something I enjoy writing about. I have also covered various dining experiences along with health and fitness within my blog. If you would like to discuss working with me in any of these area’s then please contact me at sarah@sarahcale.co.uk

 

P R   D I S C L A I M E R

“This is the way I see it”

 

As an influencer, I may be fortunate to be sent PR Samples. Which I may, in turn, write about.  However, I will only accept gifted products and samples if I feel that fit within the realms of my blog. All of my opinions will be, 100% honest. I will turn down anything that I do not feel passionate about, or that I do not feel would benefit my readers.
 
The same goes for any sponsored post from brands. I may also on occasion detail items that I feel my readers may be interested, which will be affiliate linked. If you click that link and purchase the item, I will earn a small commission from the sale. However, I will always state when I have used affiliate links at the bottom of my blog posts. 

 

 

 

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