I have been blogging for exactly a year as of today! Isn't that exciting?! It went so fast; it's so hard to believe it has already been a year!
The original reason why I started this blog was primarily to share outfits. I also wanted to blog a bit about my cats, the weather, travel, and life in general, but I didn't really envision this becoming a full-on lifestyle blog, and I feel like I've kept it that way. (Though I don't blog about the weather as much as I used to/wanted to, mostly because my research is climate-related and I'm still learning things about the weather. I don't really feel comfortable blabbing about certain atmospheric processes and trying to teach my readers--you!--if I don't fully grasp them myself!)
To be honest, I was inspired by other bloggers and their personal style blogs. I feel like this blog has helped me dress so much better than I was dressing before. I actually put more effort into outfits now than I used to, and I've loved watching my own personal style evolve within the past year. (I don't recommend looking at my first few months of outfits, but if you must, I hope you can see the progression as well!) I can't wait to see where the next year takes my style! I hope to continue to grow and feel even more confident in the clothes I buy and wear.
I am so grateful for all of my followers! Over 100 of you from email, Wordpress, and Bloglovin' are subscribed and I can't even believe that many people want to follow along. Thank you, thank you! I truly appreciate each and every one of you!
That being said, I have decided to put together a brief survey for you to complete in order for me to get a better idea of where you guys are coming from and what posts you like (or don't like) to read! I would love to hear your feedback. I kept the survey short at only ten questions, and it should only take you a couple of minutes to complete. Please click here to take the survey! Thank you so much in advance for helping me make Twenty-Something Simple better. :)
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