Food Blogging and Dyson

This post is written in partnership with Dyson.

vacuuming up the mess DysonI love the pretty photos, I LOVE the delicious food, I love making fun new backdrops and collecting pretty photography props, but I don’t love the cleaning up.

Food blogging isn’t all free meals and great food, there’s a lot of time, energy, effort and eating muesli for lunch involved.

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food photography“Oh, I’m photographing muesli, I’d better put some, artistically on the board,” then “oh shit, there’s muesli fallen down between the slats”, or, “bloody hell, E’s crying and I need to move all this crap back to where it lives,” or, “why the hell did I decide to do this, now I have to clean it all up,” or any number of others along the same vain.

dyson and food bloggingThis time wasn’t like that, I just walked the the laundry, took the Dyson DC59 of it’s neat little docking station, unclipped its detachable ‘wand’, clipped on a smaller attachment, and vacuumed those granola chunks right up.

Dyson food bloggingHonestly, one of the best things about having a Dyson, is J’s love of vacumming because ‘guys like things that work, that’s why I love the Dyson’.  He’s showed the vacuum off to other guys who visit and apparently we no longer need to eat toast off a plate because ‘who needs a plate when you have a Dyson?’

Do you do the vacuuming at home? Do you have a Dyson?

8 thoughts on “Food Blogging and Dyson

  1. This is funny! And yes, I do have a dyson, but only the heavy duty one for the floors. Perhaps it’s time to consider something my husband could get excited about using… hmmmmm. Thanks Clare!

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