Ahh, the fabulous life of a fashion blogger. Front row at fashion week, parties and endless freebies, right? Mmm, not really. Most people think the blogging life is a glamorous one, sitting in a plush office surrounded by inspo boards and expensive shoes. In reality, it’s sitting in my atrociously messy room, wearing a chocolate-stained jumper, furiously banging out a post before my laptop runs out of battery (because who can be bothered moving a few inches to plug in a charger right?).
Disclaimer – ce billet d’humeur est un point de vue entièrement personnel. Il est basé sur mon expérience de blogueuse et ma vision de l’évolution de ce média. Il ne vise absolument personne en particulier et ne cherche aucunement à discréditer le travail de mes consoeurs blogueuses & youtubeuses, à faire de généralités ou encore …
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