The Spoonie Mummy Does Vlogmas?

So today I just have a short, public announcement kind of post for you! For those who don’t know what Vlogmas is, Google definitely describes it better than I could.

Vlogmas is a yearly tradition in which vloggers of the YouTube community gear up for Christmas by posting a video each day of December. Similar to VEDA (Vlog Every Day in April) and Vlogtober, this vlogging tradition has a Christmas spin to it, with vloggers eager to get their viewers in the holiday spirit.


I really love the idea of doing this but it is a massive commitment – mainly due tot he editing and uploading time which would be huge and need doing every day. Not the sort of thing you want to be doing with your run up to Christmas!

So I have decided to do Vloigmas but rather than posting a daily vlog on my YouTube channel I will be vlogging every day on Instagram stories. I will then be posting a weekly highlights reel to YoutTube, as well as other festive video content over there as well!

If you don’t already, make sure you follow me on the two sites so you don’t miss out!

The Spoonie Mummy On Instagram

The Spoonie Mummy on YouTube

I am looking forward to sharing how this spoonie gets ready for Christmas, definitely my favourite time of the year! I have joined up with a couple of other mummies on Instagram who are doing the same thing too so look forward to seeing what they get up to.

As always, if you have any blog or video requests you would like me to write/film, please let me know in the comments below or pop me an email to as I am always happy to try and create content you want to see!

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