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  1. Ashley@AttemptsAtDomestication
    May 4, 2021 @ 6:31 am

    Oh my gosh. This post really spoke to me! I’ve been struggling a lot with how to grow my blog into a more lucrative business, but still remain true to myself, and my inner weirdo. I’m a fan-girl at heart and I love Marvel, Star Wars, Disney and Grey’s Anatomy. But I’ve been worried about being “too much” and it hurting my business. Thanks for the reminder that this will be more fun and successful if I love what I do and am just myself!


  2. Neely Moldovan
    May 4, 2021 @ 8:16 am

    I totally relate to this! I love this post. Im definitely a you do you person!


  3. Stephanie
    May 4, 2021 @ 10:26 am

    This post literally made me so happy!!! As you know, rebranding to The Espresso Edition from She Saw Style felt like truly accepting my own self after so many years of trying to achieve something else. I was finally able to say, “this is me. I’m a nerdy bookworm who would rather read fantasy novels than discuss the Bachelor and I’m proud of it” haha! But really, being able to accept that was so beautiful. I’ve always appreciated your unapologetic self and the way that you break the “norms” of fashion and lifestyle blogging and social media. Following you is literally SUCH a joy because you’re just 100% you!


  4. Deborah
    May 6, 2021 @ 8:32 am

    This post really hit me in all the right ways! I think as I get older, I’m less inclined to tailor my content to reach everyone, and instead try to post about things that I like personally. But it was hard in my early 20s when I was starting out because I would definitely cave into social pressure and pretty much only create content and outfits that looked like everyone else’s. I am a weirdo and I am passionate about social and environmental justice and that’s what my blog content is going to be! Thank you so much for writing this!


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