I made it!!! I can’t believe it’s been two years since I’ve started my blogging journey. I mean who do I think I am stepping out of comfort zone and doing something different. I’m not going to lie it’s been very challenging at times, but overall a rewarding experience. First let me start off with highlighting my accomplishments/wins. I held my first sold out empowerment event, spoke on a panel, was featured in a couple of magazines, made the top 100 Plus Bloggers list, partnered with Lane Bryant (twice), and last but not least I was featured in Eloquii’s September Catalog. I must say for a “micro”blogger that’s pretty damn good!

Now that it’s my sophomore year it’s time to do more. Moving forward I will be challenging myself to do more than I have ever done before and enjoy it.

It’s funny awhile ago I would’ve never used the word blogger to describe myself, until I realized hunni you are a blogger!!

Although I still have a lot more I want to accomplish with blog and brand I know that I’m in the right direction Year #2 will be even bigger and better. Just a little advice to anyone who has a vision, idea, dream, or passion don’t sit on it.. Go for it!!! Step out of your comfort zone.

Let me be the example that shows you, you can do whatever you want. And if someone tells you won’t make it GO THAT MUCH HARDER!!!

Until Next Time my loves,

7 thoughts on “Here’s To my Sophomore Year

  1. Congratulations on making two years! I’ve just started my blogging journey and I hope after 2 years, my blog is as content rich and beautiful as yours.

  2. Yasss Tiffany Yasss!! First off you’re entire look from head to toe makes me want to faint (you DID THAT sis!). Second, congratulations on year two! And Third, thank you for sharing this message. I’ve been just sitting on the thought of blogging for longer than I can remember. I’m scared af (excuse my language ?) but you know what, I’m stepping out on faith and going for it. Peace and blessings to you!

  3. This was such an inspiring post – my blog would be a year in August and even though it’s not where I want it to be, I’m grateful for the people I’ve met (mostly virtually) through my blog.

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