This is inspired by the BBC Radio 4 programme Desert Island Discs which we utterly LOVE.
The would-be castaways imagine themselves alone on a desert island in a vast ocean. They can choose 8 recordings of songs to get them through the time there.
We imagined we were marooned on the same empty island.
But, instead of records, our sole piece of modern technology was a phone that could only view 8 Instagram accounts and nothing else.
A strange thought, but here are our choices:
This is an organic farm that posts about their natural products, campsite and courses. They are dedicated to teaching sustainable living skills...Handy for a desert island.
A pop up caterer, @FeestLondon does banging fondue. They have great vegan options and their recipes would be wonderful while we're marooned. If we make it off the desert island, we'd definitely book @feestLondon for our first party.
About all things wonderfully crafted using wood. It would be vital inspiration for us to build our palm tree house.
After grafting our arses off to build the tree house, I'd say a spot of yoga on the beach would be just perfect. We don't know all the moves yet so this would work a treat.
Once we're up and running, we'd need a bit of help getting some good rules and commandments for our new civilisation. No better guide than @Livia_Firth. She's done so much to bring ethics into fashion; she'd help us stay on the right track.
If we ever run out of beautiful things to see on Boom Done Island, then the best account to look at would be @seekingwilderness - the adventures of Mitch and Kara.
Rule's are there to be broken, right? @thevillagebutty is the TWITTER account for a floating community hall. They show a film every Wednesday on their rustic canal boat. £4 sugg donation includes free popcorn. Fingers crossed they float out to Boom Done Island.
There's no hospital on the island, we need all the help we can get from nature.
If you fancy getting into Desert Island Discs we'd recommend these episodes to get you started:
Ruth Rogers - Chef and Restauranteur
David Nott - Surgeon
Sir Ken Robinson - Educationalist
Tom Hanks - Actor