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My Blog Decisions

Hi guys!

So this video is about an email I received last week from a lovely reader. The question was a simple one, but it made me think about the choices I made when I decided to create my blog and how that has led me to stay true to myself.

Disclaimer: Please, please note this video is based on my thoughts and opinions alone. These thoughts and opinions are not aimed to make anyone feel bad about themselves or the way they blog. This is not a 'How To.....' Video.

This video is about the decisions I made for MY blog. For reference, I make the following points:

* Identifying myself as a street style blogger, I decided to take outfit pictures outside.

* To stay true to myself, I made a decision to only show outfits the way I would actually wear them irrespective of being outside or inside.

* Wanting to see the real me in my blog posts, I decided not to edit my physicality in outfit or beauty posts.

Love and hugs,


  1. Loved that you kept all originality.

    Meg | Meghan Silva's Blog

    1. Thanks Meg! I know it's not for everyone but it's important to me to stay as true to my real self as possible :)


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