What Do You Want to See on the Blog?June 1, 2017 / byJaney / Categories : Feeds
I think it’s important to both stay true to yourself, while also listening to your audience, which is why every once in awhile I love hearing what you, the readers, want to see on the blog! So today, I’m asking!
I know many people love tutorials, but I have to admit, I don’t feel confident enough in the areas most in demand for tutorials (such as hair and make-up). Hair is still very much hit-or-miss for me, and I am rather minimal in my make-up. Recently I had given thought to sharing some of my collections, such as my vintage California souvenirs (scarves, table linens, etc.) but part of me thought y’all would think that boring! I shared this on Instagram and Facebook earlier, and received support with the California souvenir post, as well as interest in sharing my charm bracelet collection, vintage shopping tips, a post where I discuss the evolution of my style, and a book recommendation round-up. If these sound interesting to you, please feel free to show your support in the comments! And if you have more ideas, please share those as well!
I’ll also take this time to address a previous request. Last year I received requests for a Disneyland tips post. Which I happily obliged. You can view that post here. However, it should be noted that there is a good deal that is out of date now with that post, and later this summer I will be posting a new guide. It is something I hope to stay on top of and do a new one every couple of years. If you are interested in tips for other theme parks (such as Knott’s Berry Farm and Universal Studios), please comment below!
Thank you again for all of your support and interest in my little blog here! Summer is going to be lots of fun, and I can’t wait to share those adventures and more with you all!
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