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I L-O-V-E your blog, I didn't know about half the companies you've mentioned there! Definitely a follower now :)

 

Originally Posted by liziam View Post

http://mysubscriptionaddiction.com

 

It started as a blog for beauty subscription reviews, but I keep signing up for just about every subscription box I can find!

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Originally Posted by OiiO View Post

 

I L-O-V-E your blog, I didn't know about half the companies you've mentioned there! Definitely a follower now :)

 

 

 

 

Thanks - so good to hear! I'm following your blog too :)

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Working on my YouTube inner diva - www.youtube.com/maebabe

 

Would love any feedback you ladies may have!

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Wow..I'm so happy to find this group! I'm a realatively new blogger,mom of four and work in healthcare. I blog in my spare time and love to share my finds. I could really use some new followers and tips/advice. My blog is about beauty products, reviews, subscription boxes and link to good sites to get free products,samples or just great communities to join. Any help or links/comments welcome! www.mysbaddiction.blogspot.com Thank you and hope to see you there. Now I'm going to look around and browse your blogs! :)

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Originally Posted by liziam View Post

 

http://mysubscriptionaddiction.com

 

It started as a blog for beauty subscription reviews, but I keep signing up for just about every subscription box I can find!

I'm having so much fun seeing all the different boxes!  Do you get one in the mail pretty much everyday?

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Hi everyone! I just discovered this group!

 

My friend and I just recently launched a brand new blog. Check it out! www.perfumeandplaylists.com.

 

We just had a giveaway for reaching 50 likes on our FB page, and we are planning another giveaway when we reach 100 likes!

 

The prize will be much like the last one we gave away (you can see what it was on our blog) but even better. Thanks everyone! Now to scroll through all these pages and look at all these blogs...;)

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Originally Posted by Lisa N View Post

 

I'm having so much fun seeing all the different boxes!  Do you get one in the mail pretty much everyday?

 

Pretty much :) ... It's gotten to the point where if I don't see a box at the door when I get home I get concerned!

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i need to remember to check this thread more often.  so many new blogs to follow - my Google Reader is full!  

 

the link to my blog is in my sig below and i'm always happy to have new readers!

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I just created a blog last month but I figured I'd post it on here anyways. It's called fireflyy - http://www.fireflyy.net

 

It has mostly just been posts about the various subscription boxes I've received, but majority of them are beauty boxes so I think it still counts. :) I plan on doing a few posts in the near future about new products I've tried and/or liked.

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My blog is: www.cake-pie.com

A little bit about the site:
Cake and pie are two wonderful things that don’t usually go together but should! Like the metaphor, Cake-pie.com is a blog devoted to games, beauty, and life stuff. Learn more about kickstarters, roguelikes, and indy games while you read about Asian beauty, budget beauty, and some terrific subjects pertaining to life. This is a one-stop shop for info in a safe space for all people.

You’ll see detailed reviews on Asian cosmetics, bargain beauty, and alternative style. I’ll teach you what I learn, and with any luck it’ll save you time, money, and face.

A little bit about me:

 

I’m Tiffany Martin, and I’m from the Green Mountain State of Vermont (I love it here!). I’ve been writing and editing in games journalism since 2005.   I wasn’t always a fan of beauty; I used to think that if I let myself enjoy beauty products that I was being shallow and bad (now I know that’s not true!). I was raised to avoid makeup and “be natural†but it wasn’t any fun and now I love cosmetic products. The thing is, like other hobbies beauty is a fun way to learn more and feel good, and I think some people just look down on it unfairly like I used to.   I’m a disabled person, which is not a defining part of who I am, but it does give me a perspective that some people find interesting.

I hope you'll let me know what you like!

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Originally Posted by Bernadette View Post

 

Hi everyone, I am a newB to blogging, so I would appreciate any and all feedback that you may have. I am going through the list of blogs listed above and following you as I go!! If you would do the same, I would greatly appreciate it! Thank you sooo much!!! http://whatiamthinkingaboutnow.blogspot.com/

 

I followed you, can't wait to see it grow! 

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