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Jenna of Just A Touch Too Much

What’s your blog name?

Just A Touch Too Much

Where do you live?

Atlanta Georgia

Tell us more about you and your blog

As an IT Consultant in Atlanta, I found myself in need of a creative outlet. I’ve always had an affinity for fashion & food, so documenting these to passions seemed like an easy way to spend time focusing and exploring things that brought me joy.

What people don’t realize about blogging is…

    The amount of time it takes to polish just one blog post.

What are 3 things you wish you knew about blogging before you started?

  1. First and foremost, the rules are there are no rules. A blog is a space for you to do anything you want.
  2. Don’t obsess over making everything perfect, otherwise, you’ll add way more stress than necessary.
  3. Just do it, and know that you will make mistakes, you will grow, and you will evolve. That’s part of the fun!

What’s been your most memorable moment as a blogger?

My favorite memory would have to be the day I launched the blog live. It had taken me a lot of time to work myself up to that point, and I was just so thrilled to finally have a product to show for it.

Give us your best tip for maintaining a blog work/life balance?

Keep the blog true to you. If the blog is a genuine extension of your life, taking pictures and writing about it becomes so much easier because it’s authentic.

Instagram or Twitter?

Instagram

Coffee or tea?

Tea

Who is the most interesting person you’ve ever met?

My grandmother. She lived an incredible life and is the inspiration for a lot of my fashion and food tastes.

What is your guilty pleasure?

Football. Go Clemson Tigers!

What’s one product you can’t live without?

My deep fuchsia lipstick. Fuchsia is my neutral.

What’s been your favorite part of being a member of The Blog Societies?

I went to my first TBScon in 2017 and I’m so much better for it. Not only did I learn so much from the different classes and seminars that I’ve been able to put to good use, but I made a ton of new friends that understand this whole blogging “thing” that I enjoy doing.

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