Posts tagged with: fashion blog

When I finally shared my anxiety disorder with everyone, I got a lot of advice. While I was grateful for each of your messages, I found myself doubting that any of those things would actually help me. Because, well… I...
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Did you know that approximately 3.3 million people suffer from some sort of anxiety disorder?  Did you know that most of those people keep it to themselves?  I was one of those people.  I was ashamed. I felt broken.  I...
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My Nana’s bedroom was the 2nd door on the right in a hallway that resembled a bowling alley.  It was one of the smaller rooms and was just large enough to hold a twin sized bed, 2 dressers, a nightstand...
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I've always dreamt of having a personal shopper. Well, I have some great news...  Meet KidBox, the personal shopper I've always dreamed of! ...
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Ready to get your child into the brand repping world?  Here are some tips on how to get started....
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Whenever I try to plan something, obstacles happen… lots of them. It never fails.  I was so excited when we started planning a little brand rep meet up with one of our local besties in May.  We planned SO far ahead...
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I see SO many people complaining about not being chosen for a team and saying that their child is just as cute as the ones chosen.  NEWS FLASH people… brand repping has NOTHING to do with how cute your child...
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Cyberbullying…. it’s real, it’s everywhere, but most of all, it’s annoying.  People seem to think that just because they are sitting behind a computer or a cell phone, that they can say whatever they want, regardless of the feelings it...
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We’ve been repping for almost two years, so we’ve had our fair share of experience when it comes to working with small shops, as an ambassador, a rep, an enthusiast and even a fan.  Some experiences have been nothing short of...
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This week we had SO many great outfits that it was hard to choose our favorite.  I had such a hard time deciding that I did what any other person with a dilemma would do… I asked my 11 year old....
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