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Tips & Tricks: How to get more Blog Traffic

28 06 2011 / BY Brunette Blogging

How to get more traffic for your blog? Well, well, well… the person who has the answer to this question must be a very popular person amongst bloggers. I’m not going to lead you on and say that there is an actual right answer for this one, however there are a few tips & tricks that might help get you get some extra visitors. I decided to write about this after one of my readers asked me if I ever wrote a post about this subject before. It’s not that I necessarily think that my stats are so gosh darn impressive (but I am happy with them), but as always, I thought it would be fun to share some of my personal beliefs & tips on this matter with you.


Let the stats go
I know, this is kind of contradictory considering the title, but if there’s one thing I’ve learned in my ten or so months of blogging, it’s that staring at your stats will do you no good. Some days, blog readers might like going outside too & get a tan instead of reading your blog, so don’t feel bad about that. When it’s raining and they’re less busy at work, they’ll have time to visit your blog again. And they will come back if they like you!


Content is key
In the “content is key” chapter, there are different aspects that matter when it comes to improving your stats. First of all, follow the advice of “let the stats go” and focus on your content. Think about what you can do to make your blog original, creative and interesting for your readers. This is, in my always humble opinion, one of the most important aspects if you want to have a blog that has a lot of readers. Why do you think all those superstar bloggers say: “write about what you love and what makes you happy?” Because this means you’ll create content with a certain passion and creativity that will reflect on your blog and that people will notice. Blog visitors and readers will instantly feel “the vibe” a certain blog has, and quality content (whether it’s pictures or text) are oh so very important here. This also means that you do not have to post 20 times a week. You’ll get more visitors if you focus on quality instead of quantity.


The Social Network Effect
Okay, so you’ve followed my advice (good boys & girls!) but you still would like it if more than 20 people a day would read your blog. Best advice here is to start using the power of social networks. Pick & choose the networks that are right for you because nobody needs to be able to follow you on 300 different platforms, right? The ones that work really well for me are Facebook and Twitter. Creating a Facebook page for your blog might seem useless and vain, but it’s not. People who are less familiar with the whole “blogosphere” will find this an easy-to-use platform to follow your blog. On the plus side, you can stalk your friends into “liking” your page and they’ll occasionally click your link! Remember, all visits matter :)

Tips to really use these platforms to their fullest – which will also help you get more followers a.k.a. more readers for your blog – : Of course you have to actually use these pages. Don’t create a Twitter account if you’re only going to tweet whenever you have a new post up. Use it to share little, fun things about your life, twitpic away & of course drop some blog links here and there. Two times a day is perfect in my opinion, you don’t want to annoy people by over promoting your blog. The advice is simple: think about what you can offer as an extra on these platforms, give people a valid reason to also follow you here. For instance, I always post extra outfit or event pictures on my Facebook page, and on Twitter I’ll quickly update you on my whereabouts whenever I’m at an event or I’ll post pictures there that you can’t see on my blog or Facebook page.


Comments and Community
Use the power of the blogging community, it’s truly amazing. Leave your link around the net and interact with other bloggers. In doing so, be sincere and honest, professional & friendly. People will appreciate that a lot, especially when you leave a comment. I’ve said this over and over again and I’ve read it a million times but some people just never seem to get it: please stop with those “follow me, I follow you comments”, it will not get you the traffic you’re looking for. Tell me, don’t you appreciate it much more when you don’t feel forced to go somewhere? When you leave a comment like that, it feels like you really have no interest in the person’s blog whatsoever and therefore, that person will not click on your link. Leave a fun, personal comment that shows that you actually read something the person posted and the effect will most likely be that you get some new visitors, and who knows? Maybe they’ll even stay a while.



If you have any other questions be sure to ask me, I’ll answer you in the comments. I tend to not list every little thing I think of because I’d be writing a book every time :) Hope you enjoyed these personal tips!



  • http://fashioncaramel.blogspot.com Marta

    excellent post! I started my blog last month and your post has inspired me a lot, thanks :-)

  • http://www.lipstickutopia.blogspot.com LipstickUtopia

    Unfortunately I only have 20 views a day lol! Great post!

  • http://www.lipstickutopia.blogspot.com LipstickUtopia

    Thanks a million for this post! Really helpful x

  • http://www.hipshapesandbristolfashion.blogspot.com Niki Whittle

    This is a great post, thanks! I’m trying to get my head round Twitter so need all the advice I can get. I use Facebook for my styling business and have my blog fed through to this, but I never thought to have a separate one for my blog – definitely something to think about!


  • http://carlotaslittleblog.blogspot.com/ Carlota

    Leuke en boeiende post met zeer veel waarheid! :D

  • http://thestyleconfessions.com/ heather fonseca

    Great post and so right on target too. I tweeted it!


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  • http://panacheoffblast.blogspot.com Danah

    I REALLY love this post. I recently asked a fellow blogger how to gain more traffic, and she answered similarly to what you wrote above, but you included much more detail. I’ll especially take into consideration what to do with my Facebook page because I really feel like I’m stuck on that… so thank you for the tips! And as for commenting other blogs and placing your blog links here and there – definite DO! I just learned to do that (after over a year of blogging) and it’s definitely helped!!

    Danah at Panache Offblast

  • http://kylasnotnormal.blogspot.com/ Kyla

    Wow. That was a wonderful post! I really liked the information you provided, but, to be honest, that was what I was doing already.

    Well, all except one thing and I would like your help on that one. I do have a Facebook page, but not for this blog. Do I need a separate one, just for the blog? Or should I just link the two? And how do I use my Facebook page to encourage my blog? I’m really new at this whole thing, and I think I have exactly 1 friend on Facebook. So…how can I use 1 friend to improve my blog?

    Sorry to bombard you with questions. I just really don’t know what to do with the whole Facebook thing. I’ve figured some stuff out about Twitter on my own, and am steadily building myself up there, but Facebook seems a lot more complicated. I really appreciate any small pieces of advice you can give me, and thank you for taking the time to write this post and read this comment. Have a wonderful day, and happy blogging!

    P.S. How do you get the form that puts the latest blog post you have at the bottom of your comment? I’ve noticed I get traffic from those links at the blogs that have them, and think that would be a really cool addition to my blog to help all the nice people who comment there get some extra traffic of their own (not that my blog is anywhere near as popular as this). Is there some place to get that CSS or do you have to write it yourself? Again, thank you for your time, and I apologize for all the questions.

    • http://brunetteblogging.com Brunette Blogging

      Hey Kyla,

      Thanks for your lovely comment!
      About the Facebook page: Personally, I’d create a page just for your blog (you do this via your personal facebook account). Maybe that’s just me, but I prefer to keep my personal Facebook profile more “private” & just for friends and stuff. Maybe that’s because I already had a Facebook page before I started my blog. People also don’t have to give out their information when they simply have to “like” your page and will probably be more willing to do that instead of becoming your friend (since you can see a part of their profile or their entire profile in this case). Not everyone will feel like this, but I’m sure quite a lot of people will think the same way about this :)
      If you create a page, put a clear link on your blog and hopefully people will start liking it so than you’ll have more than one person that can do something for you :)
      Like I said in the article, try to think of some ways about how you can use that page to your advantage (extra pictures, etc,…)

      About the comment thing, that’s just a simple plugin called CommentLuv :)

      Hope that helped!

      • http://kylasnotnormal.blogspot.com/ Kyla

        CommentLuv requires personal information and download. Since you already have it, can you really quick verify for me that it’s completely safe? I hate downloading things I don’t have a lot of knowledge about the maker. There’s just so many viruses out there!

        How do you link those like buttons and you’re facebook account to your blog? Is there a place to get those buttons? I’m so sorry to be asking you a million questions all over again, I just really want to do this thoroughly, if I’m going to do it at all.

        Thanks for all your help and taking the time to talk to me! I really appreciate it! Have a great day!

        • http://brunetteblogging.com Brunette Blogging

          Hi, well I suppose it’s safe, I haven’t had trouble with it so far.
          The Facebook like button is just linked to your own personal facebook, meaning it will show on your wall that you liked this post on my blog. It’s just a plugin, you can look for decent ones on your dashboard (plugins – add new). It’s not like I can see personal information about who clicked that like button.

  • http://www.law-of-fashion.com Lynsey Michelle

    I completely agree. I have found that Twitter and Facebook have done for my blog than I ever thought they would. When looking at my stats, many readers link to the site through these social media tools. They are invaluable if you use them.

    Lynsey Michelle

  • http://scarvesforwoman.com Umbrellamom

    Thank you for your blog. I’ve just started blogging about a month ago and your blog is very encouraging with lots of good ideas. I’m a stats junkie. I hope this helps me relax about it abit.

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  • http://www.thequirkypoet.blogspot.com Rachel Marie

    I’m new to the blogging world, so I definitely appreciate all the tips in this post. So far blogging has been a delightful experience, and I feel it’s really been about making friends with people with common interests, people I wouldn’t have met otherwise.
    And btw I am loving the illustration at your blog title. very cute!


  • http://threequarterchic.com 3QC

    Although I’m not new to blogging, I have just made an entry into the dedicated fashion blogging world, and this post is very helpful. Thanks for sharing your tips!


  • http://corinnemonique.blogspot.com Corinne

    very true :) sometimes I get caught up in the blogging frenzy, but it’s much more enjoyable to just make my blog meaningful to me (& hopefully others ;)

    Corinne xo

  • http://rubyslipperjourneys.blogspot.com Emily, Ruby Slipper Journeys

    Definitely a thoughtful post. I agree that it’s important to let go of stats (whilst keeping an eye on them, of course) and to find your own voice. And for me, blogging less but with more quality has really been key. Although I do come close to driving myself crazy with my perfectionism…

  • http://fashionistable.com/ Fashionistable

    Great post. Good all round advice. It is always best when you let go and enjoy the process. Worry only brings you more worry in all things. Loving what you do is key, it just shine through. Thank You. Xxxx

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  • http://byanika.com Anika

    Thank you so much for this post my lovely. I have watched my blog grow a lot in the last six months, and the reason why is that I blog with integrity and generousity, just as you point out. It is all about sharing, community, high quality content, simply being who I am and always spreading the love for my fellow bloggers. Getting caught up in the need to be popular and stats etc is sure to kill any creativity, and will only leave us vulnerable to feeling rejected instead of staying centered and constructive and brave. I just shared on twitter, hope lots of people read your post. Hugs!

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  • http://www.fashiontenn.blogspot.com Madison

    Thank you so much for these tips. :] I really appreciate the advice.

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  • http://stingystitcher.blogspot.com Annie

    SO true, especially about the “follow me, I’ll follow you” comments. I’m pretty new to blogging, so I know exactly how these people feel, but seeing that instantly makes me more reluctant to visit them, although I always visit other commenters’ blogs without a second’s thought. Is that bad? *sigh*

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  • http://castle-fashion.blogspot.com Castle Fashion

    [Stands up slowly and claps]

    I second everything you just said up there. =]

  • http://www.marielscastle.com Mariel

    To be honest I have no idea how many people visit my site, honestly traffic can be so random, I just think of it as talking to people hopefully they will answer.


  • http://Www.theaveragegirlsguide.com Alyson

    So true. The social network has been a powerful blog tool for me… And best of all, have met amazing women bc of it. Great to find your blog thru ifb.

  • http://jrosestyle.blogspot.com Jennifer Rose

    These are some really helpful and practical tips. I had reached a point where my traffic jumped and then it slumped back down and I was feeling like I had hit a wall. Even if it is a wall I think that this information will help me surmount it.


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  • http://NorthOnHarper.com Alexis of NorthOnHarper

    These are great suggestions— and I love that you really fleshed them out.

    Thanks so much for sharing it!!!

  • http://made-to-travel.com Jamillah

    Wonderful tips here!!!! I actually stopped looking at my stats and subscription numbers b/c you’re I found them really unpredictable and really I’ve really come to accept that getting readers will take time and effort. It takes me a while to subscribe to a blog so I can’t have the expectation that poof I’ll have 100 subscribers.

    I have totally been thinking about doing a facebook page, but the thing is my blog is a secret for about 98% of the people I know so I’m just wary about that. But I totally see the mass appeal of it. Le sigh, you’re totally making me want to take that plunge.

  • http://www.stylephile.net Christina

    Great blog post! Thanks so much for the tips.


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  • http://www.i-melda.blogspot.com Imelda

    I agree :) Wederom een superleuk geschreven artikel.

    Ik vind het zelf wel jammer dat ik mijn twitter acount niet zo vaak kan gebruiken omdat mijn internet op mijn gsm het niet echt goed doet. Ik moet mij dringend een nieuwe gsm aanschaffen, zeker if it gets me more readers ;)
    Ik kijk eigenlijk maar af en toe naar mijn stats, maar bij blogger zijn die niet zo uitgebreid. Ik heb geprobeerd om google analytics te installeren, but I’m such a noob when it comes to things like that.

    Ohja en ik haat die follow me, follow you comments echt he. Not a great way to promote your blog, net zoals de comments die linken naar een giveaway op hun blog (komt ook vaker voor).

  • http://depictthis.blogspot.com Bonita

    ~ * ? * ~

    I really liked your point about not Twitter spamming! I really dislike it when all my Twitter feed shows are blog post tweets. After all, most of the time the very reason I am following someone’s Twitter is because I am following their blogs anyway! I follow them on Twitter to get to know things that I do not see on the blog, so thanks for pointing this out.

    bonita of Depict This!
    ~ * ? * ~


    Great roundup of tips! I’ve been doing all of these things, but I definitely think the most important is to blog about what you love. It’s always a good idea, too, to narrow down what you love or choose different categories to emphasize. I know for me, this is very hard because I like so many things, but narrowing it down caused less confusion for my readers (and also made it easier for me to choose blogging topics). :)

  • http://stylenik.com Kristen

    Great tips, thanks! I agree with Fashionista, you want to pay attention to stats to see what you’re doing right, but obsessing is never good! xx

  • http://divergentmusings.com Kate

    This is an absolutely fantastic post and I have to agree with every point. If you blog what you think will be popular, but that you don’t love, your blog will never be successful. You definitely need to blog about things that you are interested in, and the readers will see that passion and interest and keep coming back.

    I also agree with you that it is best to just ignore numbers and statistics and focus on simply writing more content. A little while back I became obsessed with numbers, and almost stressed myself out to the point of not wanting to blog anymore. So I took a step back, stopped caring about numbers, and since then I have enjoyed blogging so much more.

    Fantastically written post!

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  • http://justsomethingspecial.com JennaBrooke

    Wow, this post was really helpful, especially the part about staring at your stats. I have a tendency to do this. I’m now going to try spending that time tweeting or facebooking. Thanks for the reminder!


  • http://missviki.at/ Miss Viki

    Thanks for the tips. Especially number one, should stop looking at stats, but they are somehow addictive ;) Love to see what’s popular and not, and base my future posts on that.

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  • http://70percentpure.blogspot.com/ Stephanie

    I think maybe the ‘let it go’ advice should get a side note of ‘don’t try so hard’. Why should you care about having 1, 10 or 1000 visitors? Only if you’re in it to get something out of it, do the numbers count – and very often that makes a blog feel insincere. I feel like for many, this blogging thing is turning into something of a rat race, and I hate that. Blogs were supposed to be something super personal, something you did first and foremost for yourself. Now I feel like a lot of blogs are reproducing the sort of content that bloggers think is expected of them, instead of focusing on finding their own unique voice. And ironically, it’s the ones who don’t care and just do as they please that get a lot of visitors.

    • http://brunetteblogging.com Brunette Blogging

      I agree that the ones that are really blogging because they truly love it, are often the ones with the most succesful blogs (cupcakes&cashmere,…) That’s also why I referred to that quote in the “let the stats go” piece. I do care about the number of visitors, to be honest. I feel like a post feels more worth the effort if a lot of people read it and like it, but maybe that’s just me. I do of course blog for myself and because I like it, but I also like the response from the readers. In the beginning however, I was spending too much time looking at stats and I realize now that it’s not something really worth obsessing over. But I still think they’re an important part of blogging. It’s all about finding a certain balance and why you are blogging in the first place has a lot to do with the factors that determine this balance :)

  • http://laurapaulinek.blogspot.com Laura Pauline K.

    Handig! I’ll keep it in mind ;-)
    Ik wou eerst geen facebook-pagina aanmaken omdat ik maar een klein blogje ben, maar nu ik dit zo lees… Je hebt wel gelijk dat je er meer mensen mee kan bereiken (die niet echt veel weten over de blogwereld).

  • http://www.fashionata.be Fashionata

    I also think you have to let go of your statistics but still… look at them at regular base. Like this you know what’s going on with your blog and it can give you some advice ( why you have less readers or….). The statistics are a great tool for increasing your traffic also, I use google analytics and it’s really helpful! ( You can see what your readers looks to read etc). Anyway, I love your article on this one, it’s really very true!


    • http://brunetteblogging.com Brunette Blogging

      I agree with your point of view about the stats, you can’t obsess too much over them, but you also can’t neglect them!

  • http://in-so-mnia.blogspot.com/ Insomnia

    Ik moet toegeven dat ik niet echt let op mijn traffic. En ik heb ook geen tijd om iedereens blogs te lezen en overal 100 comments achter te laten.Ik comment enkel als ik iets te zeggen heb.Liever geen comment dan een “love it!” comment voor mij.
    Ik ontken niet dat ik blij ben als ik zie dat er wat volk passeert op mijn blog en hoewel ik geen blogger kampioen ben, vind ik het heel plezant om te zien dat de enkele mensen mijn blog de moeite vinden.
    Mss ga ik ooit wel +1000 visits krijgen, maar voorlopig ben ik zo ook content :)

  • Lisha

    Couldn’t agree more. :)

    I do have one more, though. It’s the USP principle. (Maybe more important for beauty blogs, because fashion blogs already ooze personality, but I’m still gonna share. ;)) Put as much personality into your blogposts as possible, because your personality is what makes you (and in extension your articles) unique. Also: experiment once in a while. Try to find new ways to write about / show the thing you like! It’ll keep blogging fun & fresh for you and your readers. And without a doubt that will give you yet another USP.

    *unique selling point, lovelies

  • http://www.flemishfashionfreaks.com Nona

    Very nice article with useful tips! Especially your first point- ignore the stats- is something I should start doing aswell from now on… Looking at them so much while I COULD be spending that time improving the content and layout.

    The follow me back commens are something I have encountered once in a while but as most of you I don’t react to them as they don’t feel sincere.

    About the number of posts on a blog, I don’t really have a average per week or write articles ahead on schedule, as I personally feel the fun part of blogging would be lost a bit when a hobby has turned into a sort of obligation… This is only my personal opinion ofcourse, as I don’t feel the need to work towards being a professional blogger someday, it’s a nice hobby but that’s it. :-)

  • http://www.takeonlymemories.com Vanessa

    Thanks so much for posting this, Kim!
    I guess I’m doing most of the things on your list. Now I just really have to start doing your first point and stop obsessing about visitors ;) I also like your idea of posting more stuff on facebook (not just the links to the blogposts). I wasn’t going to get a facebook page but a few of my readers asked me to make one because they prefer following via facebook, so I haven’t given it much attention yet.
    Great advice :)

  • http://yunesfashion.blogspot.com/ Jonas Deweer

    Maybe you should wright a book :)
    We all could learn a lot from your tips!

  • http://bonchicbonjour.blogspot.com Charlotte

    Thanks for sharing that Kim! As a beginning blogger tips like that can always come in handy!

  • http://liesewiesje.blogspot.com Lisa

    Wow, amen to that :) What a great well written article, go you! :)

  • http://redhotjillypeppers.wordpress.com Jill

    Leuk artikel en heel bruikbare tips! Zelf ben ik een beginnend blogger en kijk inderdaad heel regelmatig mijn statistieken na (dwangneurose, moi? :-)) Ik volg al een hele tijd een helebooel blogs maar liet eigenlijk nooit een reactie achter. Ik besef nu wel dat het net leuk is om te reageren en zelf de reacties te lezen.

  • http://www.frontrowspectator.com LAUREN NICOLE

    I loved your points! Content is key! I always wondered why certain posts didn’t get that many views and I realized it’s because they were rather unnecessary. xoxo

  • http://steffysprosandcons.blogspot.com steffy

    this is a great post! if anyone asks, i give the same exact advice. i think commenting definitely makes me feel most connected and brings the most traffic :)
    <3 steffy
    Steffys Pros and Cons

  • http://fashionfractions.com/ Neris

    I love you for writing this article! So helpful…. Especially considering that I’m super new at this whole blogging world and feel overwhelmed and confused most of the time :) I think that the most useful advice is the one: “let the stats go”… This is so hard because I visit my sitemeter page more than I visit my blog… And even though I realize this can’t be good in any way, I still do it all the time! HAHA! :D
    Once again, thanks for this article ( I love when you write about blogging)


    Fashion Fractions

  • http://www.absolutelymrsk.blogspot.com Absolutely Mrs. K

    I am with you when it is about content! But sometimes I thing bloggers have an ‘idol syndrome’. They really think they are the next best blogger! The content is absolutely okay, but they layout is so wrong and it downgrades the blog (like you have said before).
    Iam not sure about the facebook thing. First of all you have to create a page with your own name and it attracts the wrong readers! Friends from friends from friends. My twitter account is completely different and I am addicted to twitter

    • http://brunetteblogging.com Brunette Blogging

      I don’t know if it attracts the wrong readers, it’s not just your friends or friends from friends that will like your page but also people who are looking for a little extra or people who like reading blogs but don’t have an account on Bloglovin’ and like to stay updated that way, I think. Of course, like I said: it’s important to pick a platform that feels good for you :)

  • http://spady-spade.blogspot.com Lyosha

    lovely the post!

  • http://candyandtreats.wordpress.com Liesbeth (candyandtreats)

    Wat een superpost :) vind het altijd leuk om jouw ideeën over topics te lezen, interessant geschreven en niet te lang. Just perfect ;-)
    Misschien moet ik er ook eens over nadenken om minder te posten. Ik loop nu wel vaak zo’n beetje te stressen om iemand te pakken te krijgen die outfit-foto’s kan maken of als ik superdrukke dagen heb probeer ik toch nog te bloggen wat vaak nogal stressy situaties meebrengt.
    Goeie tip dus, ga er zeker over nadenken!

  • http://www.themadtwins.blogspot.com London

    Ik wou al in het engels beginnen schrijven, wanneer ik eigenlijk in het nederlands kan schrijven/typen. XD

    Ik vind het echt leuk dat je zoiets schrijft, het vraagt veel tijd on zo’n tekst te schrijven O_O en super dat je het op aanvraag doet ^-^ het zijn toffe hints :)

    En ik ben het helemaal eens met de follow you, follow me thing. Ik heb ook nooit zin om de blog te bezoeken als ze zoiets schrijven, mensen moet volgen omdat ze je blog leuk vinden, niet omdat ze moeten.

    btw: ik had nog een vraag, ik ben al wat aan het zoeken geweest, maar zonder succes, vanwaar uit België kom je ergens ^-^

    xxx London

  • http://www.elinefauconnier.com Eline

    great article!

  • http://rosalovesdc.tumblr.com/ RosaLovesDC

    Again, another wonderful article super helpful to bloggers. I think that writing about what you want and what you enjoy always brings the best response in terms of readers stopping by and say hello and leaving you a comment. I was posting almost everyday because I thought I had to in order to increase traffic, but it is the summer and I am only writing 3 posts a week now, at least for the next 2 months. I do worry about how that will affect my readership though. I hope people stick with me.

    • http://brunetteblogging.com Brunette Blogging

      I felt the same way when I switched from blogging 6 times a week to 5 and now to 4 :) But I feel like 4 is the perfect number for me & I haven’t noticed people leaving me because I post less, on the contrary :) So I’m sure that readers will also stick by you, after all I think the Summer is a quiet blogging time, we’d rather spend time in the sun than in front of our computer right? I’m also thinking about maybe blogging only 3 times during my two week vacation, we’ll see! I’ll definitely prepare post beforehand because I really want to relax this time :)

  • http://mundodealicia.com/ AliciaMiMundo

    Hele goeie tips & leuke post, ik ben volledig akkoord!
    Geniet nog van de zon!
    Alicia Mi Mundo

  • http://www.honeypopland.blogspot.com Evelien

    Leuk artikel! Ik vind die ‘volg jij mij? dan volg ik je ook’ reacties ook maar raar, is nog niet zo heel vaak voorgekomen op mijn eigen blog maar ik zie het wel veel!