I get ideas for blog topics in a lot of ways. Sometimes, I’ll be working on a project or thinking of a project, when it occurs to me that other people might like to hear about it, too. So a blog post is born. Other times, I reach out to friends and ask what they want to read about. That’s how my design your own shirt series was born.
Rarer even than that, sometimes people just say, “Hey, Emily, you should blog about blah.”
Which I’m totally cool with! But I was recently told that the final season of Downton Abbey is coming up, and I should really blog about that because so many people love Downton Abbey, and don’t I?
Just a quick update that you can now follow my blog on the Bloglovin’ app/website.
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I hope you all are having a great last two days of 2015. This is normally the time when blog writers share their top posts of the year, however, since I’m new, I’d just like to thank you for reading my blog at all and allowing me to share my thoughts and projects with you. I have 5 followers via email, which I consider a huge success since I’ve been at this for less than a month.
Thank you all! I hope to be even more entertaining for you in 2016!
So first of all, I’d like to send a shout out to the first person to sign up to follow my blog via email – go you!!! You, too, can sign up – scroll all the way to the bottom of the page – go on, do it – and there you, too, can sign up for an email whenever I post a blog update. It only takes a second, and you won’t regret it.
Okay – onto serious business. Continue reading
It can be so easy to personalize your clothes. Custom designed clothes are a big industry – just take a look at cafepress.com, or the new places opening in malls where you can choose a design and they will print you a tee shirt in minutes. People want to be able to design their own duds. And doing this is much easier than you might think. Continue reading
Very few things in life are guaranteed:
If you put a surface in my house, it will eventually get covered in “stuff.”