this image shows the UK Blog Awards logo for 2018

Silly Season

this image shows the UK Blog Awards logo for 2018

Silly Season is here again

When Christmas looms around the corner the whole of the blogosphere in the UK goes bonkers. It is the public vote for the UK Blog Awards.

This year you have 2 votes, you can’t use them both for Caron Cares but there are lots of other amazing blogs in the category of Health and Social Care.

Now the time the lovely public have a chance to show their appreciation for what us bloggers do. This may sound big-headed and self-serving and it wasn’t meant to, but bloggers like me are a passionate breed, many of us spending most of our spare time writing articles to help others.

For some bloggers their work is cathartic but then that helps others too, they identify with common problems and feel less isolated and different.

What blogging has done for me is amazing. It really has changed my life for the better, it’s made me a better person by helping others.

If I ask one thing of you this year, I know I am always asking but – Please vote for Caron Cares in the 2018 Blog Awards. I don’t need to win ( I did in 2016) but at least being a Finalist for the 4th year running helps to hold me accountable to myself and my readers.

The success of Caron Cares thus far has not gone unnoticed by people who CAN make a difference to social care and they ARE listening to me as I share with them what YOU have shared with me.

Please cast your vote here 

Only an email is needed – my category is Health and Social Care- simples. Thank you. xx



Award-winning blogger and former care columnist for Devon Life magazine. I am passionate about helping elderly people and people with dementia live purposeful and independent lives.
Designer of the Dementia Assistance Card and Points Of Light award recipient, Caron hopes to help carers when resources are limited and demand is ever-increasing. I am here to support you.

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