Are you a fashion blogger who also loves shopping at Lulus, and thinking about becoming a Lulus Ambassador? If so, this post is for you! As some of you may have noticed throughout my blog and Instagram this past year, I am a Lulus Ambassador! Since becoming an ambassador over a year ago, I have received quite a few DMs through Instagram asking how to go about becoming an ambassador for Lulus, so today, I’m here to answer all of your questions about how to become a Lulus Ambassador and some key things to know about the program!
It’s always fascinating to me to hear other people’s stories about how they got started with their dream, where it all began, and how far they’ve come. I know a lot of people tend to look at a celebrity or some famous blogger/YouTuber and all you see is their fame and success, and not really their back story and where it all began. That’s why I decided to write out this post for you all today. While I am definitely not a famous blogger/YouTuber, I thought that sharing my story on how I got started with my blog would be a great story to share with you all, and hopefully even inspire those of you reading who are looking to start your own blog too or go after any big dream of yours! I’ll even be talking a bit about why I don’t necessarily consider myself an ‘influencer’, but rather a content creator. Let’s get started!
If your first thought when reading today’s blog post title had something to do with being a first world problem, I completely agree with you. But first, let me provide some background.
I’ve been getting a lot of questions over the past month or so from friends and followers on Instagram asking me: “How do you run a blog while working a full-time job?” And, “How do you make it look so easy?” This really inspired me to write today’s post for you all and hopefully inspire those of you who are on the same boat as me that work a full-time job during the week while also running a blog and want to successfully do both.
Happy Thursday! Today I wanted to share with you all the apps I use to edit my photos for my blog and Instagram since I’ve switched up my photo editing routine a couple different times. There are so many great apps out there available for editing photos that don’t have to cost you an arm and a leg like a lot of Lightroom presets do. For me personally, especially as a college student, I do not want to spend a large amount of money on a photo editing service and have come to love a variety of different free/low-cost photo editing apps.