All posts filed under: Tips

The Dos and Don’ts of Instagram

Big hello to my wonderful tribe! I missed you 😉 If you’re new to my page welcome to my little corner of the internet. Today’s post is all about the gram and the mistakes you need to avoid and the things we SHOULD be doing to grow. This has been a topic that I’ve been itching to talk about because I think we don’t share it enough. Look, I’ve been a newbie in the blogging world before. I started my page back in 2012 and had no clue what to do and how to even get started. It’s been a journey and something I’d like to personal (from experience) share with you all. If I can give any advice to any bloggers (new or veteran) it would be this: Learn the Do’s and Don’t of Instagram. Let’ dive in. #1 Don’t misuse hashtags: I get that we all use tags to get our content out there but there is a smart way to do this. When I started blogging I was using tags such as: …

Tips To Landing Collaborations

Hi Ladies, This has been a highly requested blog post, and I’m really excited to share my tips with you guys! Now, I just wanted to start out by saying that I’m not an expert BUT throughout the years, I have learned a few things along the way. A year ago, I purchased the Pitch It Perfect Program because I wanted to get better at pitching myself to brands. It’s been extremely useful and it’s given me a foundation on how to represent myself. I made the investment because I was tired of not having success when it came to landing collaborations. I use to get hurt and bothered when brands would say NO to me but I’ve learned that it’s okay and here’s why! You need to be consistent, persistent and have offer brands your unique take on things. No’s have allowed me to ask myself: What can I do better? How can I improve my pitch!? There’s nothing wrong with going back to the drawing board and learning from each conversation….because they will …

So, you want to blog!?

Hey Ladies and Gents! Welcome back to another exciting blog topic. As you know, I’ve been blogging for four years already. I’ve experienced a ton of ups and downs in this industry but the one thing that’s always remained constant is my love for blogging and creating content for you all. My first two years of blogging was a time when I was still discovering what I wanted to talk about. Originally, I started blogging about traveling, cooking and a little bit of beauty! I’ll admit, I was kinda all over the place but it helped me figure out what I wanted to talk about. By the third and fourth year of blogging, I had learned so much already. I’m now, learning how to pitch myself to brands and collaborating with them. I also got more comfortable in reaching out to other bloggers! I’m hosting my first “blogger brunch” in two weeks ❤ There’s more to blogging than meets the eye and throughout my experience, I feel like I’ve learned enough to share with you …