The Future of TFN

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Can we chat for a second? Yes? Ok.

…When I first started this blog, I don’t think I could’ve ever foreseen that I would be doing it for almost three years. I started this blog freshman year and now I am a senior. I’ve changed, yet I am also the same.

Originally, I started this blog because I loved fashion. And I do love fashion. But what I love even more than fashion is truly writing about it, and delving deep into the power of words.

It’s cheesy but it is true. And I get a little annoyed when I see blog posts that consist of five sentences and one un-meanginful picture that constitute as good content. I am being a bit of a hypocrite because I do have some posts like this, but wanting to post consistently will force you to do that.

I understand that it is daunting to see a lot of text, but that’s just what I like to do.

As a result, I just wanted to put out a notice saying that going forward, my posts will be more word-y. They will still revolve around fashion (and lifestyle), but perhaps they will focus on the business side of things or just overall opinion pieces.

I started a blog because I liked to write. Anyone who has a blog should like to write to some extent (unless your blog is 100% editorial photos). The people who are in limbo and are blogging with the wrong intentions just confuse me – yet somehow their content still gets praised.

Regardless, I want it to be known that if you don’t like posts with lots of words… it’s time to opt out.

And – I want to note that going forward, I am going to be a lot more picky about the content I put out. Therefore, my schedule might become a bit irregular – at least until I figure things out. My past few weeks of posts have been good (albeit extremely mediocre), but I think I have much more potential.

So… stick with me if you want to read a little more. Of course, not all will be long and to be honest, some might still be just pictures. However, just note that when a piece is written, it will be more stream-of-conciousness article rather than a blurb and a quick pic like most other bloggers prefer.

Changes are coming – get excited.

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6 Responses to The Future of TFN

  1. Yay! I love reading TFN like when I go to type “the” in my search bar.. your blog pops up! I love all of your wordy posts, so I am insanely excited :)

  2. Michaela says:

    Love you and can’t wait to see what you have in store! xo

    Michaela || The Monogrammed Midwesterner

  3. Carrie says:

    I am so excited to see what you have to share Jamie! I can’t wait to see where TFN goes!!


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