What I wish I knew before I started blogging | Plus: The COMPLETE Bloggers’ Toolkit

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Not too long ago now I published a blog all about how I balance blogging with a 12h a day job (link), and in that post I mentioned how I use an Excel file to track when I post, when I need to take photos, what PR contacts I have and also my finances. After this, quite a few people asked if I would be able to share more details about this file – so that I did – and more. At some point in my life I’ve dabbled in writing, webdesigning, blogging and Investment Banking, so I’ve combined the skills I’ve learned from each of these roles to provide you with The COMPLETE Bloggers’ Toolkit! What do you get? Media Kit templates, in-depth blogging e-guides, and an automated Excel file that will allow you to schedule your posts, your shoots, track your finances, contacts, and more… Of course more information to follow shortly but to find out more details and register your interest early please follow this link here!! It’s launching in April 2017, but be sure to follow me on social media (or sign up to my newsletter), to be in the know about every toolkit-related.

** The COMPLETE Bloggers Toolkit**

Mar 16 2017 at 11:50 pm   ·   7 Comments   ·   Posted Under Advice, Blog Tips


Springtime Fly

fashion, spring, fbloggers, levis, givenchy, swarovski, style

When I first started working full time, I went a bit crazy with the shopping. Every month I was spending tons of money on Pretty Little Thing or ASOS, buying loads and loads of clothes and only really wearing a few in my free time. Although that’s not to say I’m going to cut off the shopping (retail therapy is always good!) – I have taken it upon myself to rediscover items that I may have forgotten about, and style them in new ways (probably better than they were stlyed in the past)…

Mar 13 2017 at 9:40 pm   ·   14 Comments   ·   Posted Under OOTD, Style

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