In today’s social media world, we’re constantly connecting and engaging one another. Time after time, I see kind-hearted people encouraging one another on their posts.
While I love reading comments from you all on my social media, I also love the fact that we’re engaging with each other and the support that we give and receive. That connection is so important to me and knowing that I have support from my followers is the best feeling in the world, because I support you just as much!
An idea that I’ve been toying with for a while was to start a series on my blog called, “Babes You Show Know.” The series would be about featuring a different blogger/influencer each week and asking them a set of questions. I feel as though introducing fresh, new faces will spark inspiration for my readers and give the featured blogger/influencer a spotlight on a different platform.
I got my idea for the series based off of all of the social media engagement I was seeing all over my feed and posts. With women especially, I feel that it’s so important to connect and empower one another. There’s no sense in competing when we’re all unique, creative people.
There’s tons of room at the top, so why not get to know the ones going with us?
The journey is half the fun, right?
After playing around with the idea of the series, I decided to just go for it!
In addition to my normal blog schedule, every Saturday you’ll see a new post from me titled, “Babes You Should Know: ______” and in that post, you’ll be able to read all about the week’s featured blogger/influencer.
The women that I’ve reached out to so far are truly inspiring and I can’t wait to share them with you all!
I really hope you all like the series! It’s going to be a lot of fun!
If there are any ideas or changes you think would improve it even further, please let me know. Your feedback means the most to me.
If there are any bloggers/influencers that you think should be featured, send me a DM on Instagram and give me their handle so I can check them out.
Thanks for reading!
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