This is not a new feature on Instagram, but many people don’t know it or don’t use it for this reason, and I found that it’s a really cool way to find great places to visit that are near you, especially when you’re traveling, and you haven’t done much of a search or don’t have friends there to recommend places to you. So what I like to do when I’m in a new city, and I want to find cool places to go for coffee/food/drinks/dessert, is search through Instagram. Yes, Instagram! It’s pretty easy, you’ll see.
I don’t know about you, but lately, and by lately I mean the last few years, I’m not feeling the Christmas spirit as much as I did when I was younger. So I promised myself, that this year, I’ll do everything to get this feeling again, because I truly believe that it is the most wonderful time of the year. So let’s see together, what we can do to get our Christmas spirit ON:
If you want a simple, but beautiful manicure, for Valentine’s Day, you don’t have to go to a salon. You can make it yourself at home, easily, as I did mine. This is the 2nd time, I tried a similar manicure. The first one was last February (you can see it here), and I liked it so much that I wanted to do it again, by adding some glitter to the mix. I thought it would be a good idea to show you how I did mine, in case you want to try it too. Unfortunately, I didn’t have someone to take step by step photos, as we did last time with my photo tutorial, but I did the best I could, to photograph the steps myself. Most of the instructions, are written on the photos, but take a look at the captions too. The manicure looks even better if you’re wearing something like this.
If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you probably have already seen all my blogging tips posts, and you may remember that on the previous one I announced that it probably going to be the last one of this series of posts. But I wanted to do a recap to put all these posts together, in case someone who hasn’t already read them is interested in reading them now. I believe it’s a really good reading material for us bloggers, and it’s a series of posts that every blogger should read. And I’m not only talking about my posts, but also about the posts I’ve linked under each part. So what have we talked about so far?
I’m finally back with the 7th and (probably) last part of our blogging tips. I’m really happy about this column and how much you all loved it, judging from the comments and the emails we received (me and T. – as this was a collaboration post between the 2 of us from the beginning). Today, we’re sharing with you our tips on how to make your blog’s photography better: From what you need to know before taking a photo to how to share it on your blog.