What’s your blog name?
Where do you live?
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Tell us more about you and your blog
Fashion in Flight was born out of unfulfilled love for fashion and beauty. I always managed to maintain a put-together and trendy appearance while spearheading new academic research and helping my peers reach their goals. That passion for helping others, combined with a love of style, is what encouraged me to start this blog. I knew I wanted to create a place for women like me who love fashion and beauty but don’t want to waste a moment of rocking their goals and aspirations.
What people don’t realize about blogging is…
Bloggers are hardworking people who deserve a lot of credit and respect. What people see is only a fraction of the actual work required, and because they don’t see all the work that goes into every post, they undervalue the final product.
What’s been your most memorable moment as a blogger?
My favorite memory/highlight of blogging is somewhat of a reoccurring one: when readers reach out and tell me how much their enjoying my content, like my style, or can’t wait to see more posts. I love the interaction.
Give us your best tip for maintaining a blog work/life balance
Step back for the day when the fun part, the part that drew you in, starts to feel like work. Also, a Pomodoro timer is essential for dealing with the more tedious tasks.
Instagram or Twitter?
Coffee or tea?
What is your guilty pleasure?
My guilty pleasure is regularly spending time off the grid. I do feel guilty when I miss emails or texts, but the peace of a phone turned off is the most wonderful quiet in the world.
What’s one product you can’t live without?
My PCA Skin BPO 5% cleanser. It’s the one product in my routine I’ve used longer than any other – non-stop for 10 plus years!
What’s been your favorite part of being a member of The Blog Societies?
I’m a fairly new member to this community, but the one thing I’ve noticed that has really inspired me is the overwhelming support and recognition for bloggers of all kinds – without the favoritism that some networks have. Even though my blog isn’t huge and famous, I still feel like an equal in this community.