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Sponsors of Unwanted Life help to keep the lights on and my host provider happy. These wonderful sponsors also help Unwanted Life to make great content for you and others to enjoy and help win the fight against mental health, learning difficulties, and invisible disability stigma. I’m eternally grateful for their support.


In return for any patronage of Unwanted Life, you’ll be given the opportunity to feature on my Sponsors page. So if you make a donation to Unwanted Life, then let me know the following:


  • A picture/logo that’s no bigger than, width 4.5cm x height 3.5cm.
  • A 200 character bio, including spaces (optional).
  • The link you’d like your logo/image to link to.


Furthermore, contact me through one of my social media profiles (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Ko-Fi) or use my contact page to discuss other opportunities. You’ll also find my media kit on my contact page if you’re interested in other potential opportunities to collaborate and work together rather than sponsoring Unwanted Life.


The Sponsors


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Taryn Allie is the author of two poetry books titled ‘The Book of Bad Poetry‘ and ‘The Book of Not So Bad Poetry‘. Both books are available from most eBook stores.


Digging Star Wars explores films that inspired George Lucas and the Star Wars movies. We explore other movies, too.

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Mom, wife, writer, and digital creator. Subscribe to the weekly newsletter for motivational quotes, good news, and blog updates.

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A personal blog writing about my personal life, thoughts and feelings. This includes, but isn’t limited to, mental health, web development, work, community building, music, gaming and much more.

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My blog discusses all things book related and the environment. I also comment on TV shows, films, and travel. Check out my posts about great books, tips for being eco-friendly, and other life hacks.

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The Grumpy Olive is a lifestyle blog created by 3 sisters: Simona, Federica & Cristina. It’s a space where we share our experiences and passion for great food, coffee, books and the things we love!

I love interviewing people on my blog, and exploring the digital world, and writing about my (mis)adventures. Otherwise fuelled by coffee.

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The Quiet Girl Blog is the thoughts of an introvert that developed an interest in writing from typing my thoughts on a phone, expressing my thoughts on emotions, self-care, & random thoughts.

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The Grumpy Olive is a lifestyle blog created by 3 sisters: Simona, Federica & Cristina. It’s a space where we share our experiences and passion for great food, coffee, books and the things we love!

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Welcome to Plane Beauty! Here you’ll find all things travel, lifestyle, uni and strong women to inspire you – I can’t wait to meet you!

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I write about education, social issues, and teaching at Alexander Benesch – Educate For Change. I also provide lesson materials and offer tutoring services.

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ChooseYourUni. Helping current & soon-to-be university students succeed. Study skills, career tips & decision-making. Online support to ace your courses!

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This blog offers self-help tips, leaflets, mental health services, blogs, helplines, psychoeducation advice, and signposting.

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UK blogger Sophie started This Brilliant Day in 2018 as a way to share her ideas and experiences with the world. Topics include physical and mental health, sustainable living and personal development.


I’ve worked in a variety of jobs in professional services across Europe. I burnt out at least twice in my career and felt it was time to do something about it, to help others in a similar situation and help people avoid the mistakes I made.

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Minimalist Father is a blog about minimalism and personal growth. Giving tips on how to embrace minimalism and improve your personal growth as a person and how to focus only on the things that bring you value.

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