Wednesday, December 23, 2009

A New Year, A New Vintage Beauty Blog


Okay ladies, first I want to apologize. I'm so sorry for not keeping up with the beauty. But I had a very good reason!

At first I thought that I was just to busy to write, but then why was I finding time to write on the many forums I joined. Then I thought it was writers block, but I had a flood of ideas that came to me for my other blog. After reading some of my favorite blogs about blogging (see here and here), I realized what my problem was, my niche was undefined.

I started Vintage Beauty Blog with one idea in mind, I then added more and more until it was no longer recognizable.

I then found myself in a spot where I was self-doubting and lost my direction. A scary, frustrating and embarrassing place to be when your trying to build a blog.

The great news is that I was finally able to gather my thoughts and focus on exactly what I envision for Vintage Beauty Blog (as well as what I envision for my other blogs!) .

So what's the focus that I'm so thrilled about?
How do Vintage Mama's keep up their glam after kids?

If you're a mama you know exactly how hard it is to keep yourself looking fabulous after kids, even more so when you add the extra vintage glam. Like you, I want to know from real life vintage mama's what their beauty routines are, what products they can't live without, how to keep your figure, and shortcuts to effortless glam!

So to do this I will be scouring the planet for real vintage mama's, interviewing them, asking all the beauty, fitness, style questions you're dying to know, posting their pics, as well as offering tons of how-to's from yours truly.

Are you as excited as I am? You won't want to miss this so add Vintage Beauty Blog to your rss feed, follow on google, twitter or facebook and stay tuned for some real vintage beauty!

P.S. If you would like to be a part of Real Vintage Mama's and share your tips and tricks, please contact me. Thanks and
MERRY CHRISTMAS!

2 Vintage Beauty Lovers Said...:

Jen said...

Loved your blog. Readers might also be interested in another article I found, about beauty and dry eyes. It can be found here at this website:

http://whatistheeye.wordpress.com/

Suz Broughton said...

I recently went through this same thing with my personal blog. Focus is important to keep inspired. If you're a creative person--which you are--it's easy to get overwhelmed with ideas. At least that how it is for me.
I'm loving it here. Would you be interested in blogging at OC Family? email me if you are at suzbroughton@yahoo.com

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