Much like writer’s block, a blogging plateau is when the content you create isn’t bringing the readership you desire. Click the link for FIVE TIPS to get you out of your rut! Continue reading #BLOGGERLIFE: 5 tips to get you out of your blogging rut!
I’m so excited to have my first feature of 2018 in FabUPlus magazine! Yes! The team at FabUPlus contacted me about their Spring 2018 Issue, ‘Athleisure’ Story. Y’all know I’m the queen of sneakers and dresses! I was more than happy to supply the magazine with a photo in one of my fave looks: This bomb body con dress & clutch from ASOS (2015) and … Continue reading MY LIFE: Athleisure feature in FABUPLUS Spring 2018
How do you produce amazing blogs when you have zero dollars in your bank account? Let’s talk about it! ‘I love us FOR REAL!’, but a lot of bloggers are BROKE. Don’t let these photos fool you. Sometimes, the blog barely gives you enough money for a cup of coffee. Below, I give you FIVE tips to help turn a profit, gain popularity, and not … Continue reading #Bloggerlife: Blogging while BROKE!
#HelloMarch, Hello Hustle! What’s happening on Fabglance this month? Follow me on the socials, @fabglance. I’ll be hitting you with some #BloggerLife posts, selling copies of #JackandAhlia, giving you outfit inspo, and more motivation. Let’s impress ourselves this month! Continue reading Hello March, Hello Hustle!
The 2nd Annual Blogger Brunch presented by Nashville Fashion Week was awesome! Thank to the team for inviting me to be a co-host again this year. It was amazing to see all these hardworking & stylish individuals combine our powers for sartorial success and fashion business. Support independent fashion in Nashville! Continue reading A fashionable brunch for Nashville Fashion Week 2018!
When Facebook and Instagram aren’t sending more eyes to your blog, try these tips for more visits to your blog! Continue reading MOTIVATION: When Instagram and Facebook aren’t enough …
Ever look at an item in your closet and think, “I’m over it. This doesn’t fit right. Why is this in my closet?” That’s what I thought when I pulled this Little black bodycon dress from my closet. Continue reading MY STYLE: Little Black Backward Dress
I’m not successful and I know why! And you’re not successful either, so let’s talk about it. I’ve been a blogger for NINE years, NINE! You’d think, within two years, I should be riding high on that sweet delicious blog money! I should have all the high-dollar collabs, photos popping, getting sent out to amazing destinations, and not giving the sad face to my skeptical bank account. But, in my new quest to get ONE MILLION FOLLOWERS I realized my behaviors have definitely stopped me from being farther in the game than I should be. And, because I want to help you do better in your endeavors, I thought I’d bring you along for the ride. Here’s the FIVE reasons why I’m not successful:
Before we get this profile started, I must say “Thank You!” to everyone who viewed, shared, and commented on the #NashvilleCurves campaign! Each woman shared an amazing part of themselves. Besides putting on a bathing suit, they shared parts of their struggle and parts of their hearts. I truly appreciate their transparency! Make sure to read about Kimmy, Nora, Kearsten, and DD; leave some comments on their posts.
So, I’m gonna answer some of the questions I asked the other ladies in their profiles. And, I’m gonna answer some questions I’ve received about the #NashvilleCurves campaign and our upcoming Plus-Size Meet-Up! Let’s go!
Hola Fab Family! Welcome! Stretch out and walk around; do you see anything you like? Why, yes, yes we do have a new site design! And is it FABULOUS! The whole experience is a metaphor in how my life is going right now: DO IT, DO IT AFRAID, You’ll be ok! So this week’s MY STYLE post is all about how, even with fear you can do something fab!
For the last year I have been lamenting on how to make FABGLANCE.COM more fabulous. Truth be told, my coins are limited and all the great web designers I called, wanted BIG BUCKS (no whammies). I tried to redo the design on my own, but my mind would freeze. I didn’t have the patience to take eight years worth of content to a new spot. If you blog, you know that migrating content is a coin toss. You could lose EVERYTHING, jack up your analytics, and/or end up killing everyone around you.