>Links a la Mode!

>What an awesome day for A.P.P.! First, while I was browsing Weardrobe for outfit ideas for next week, I saw today’s look on the featured page, among some amazing company like Robyn and Beth {I mean…}.

Then, my Financial Fitness and Floggers post was picked up in Independent Fashion Bloggers‘ Links a La Mode!

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Now on to the links!

links a la mode

The End of Summer? No! The Beginning of Awesome!

Edited by: Thom of The Sunday Best

For the past week I’ve been listening to Cee-Lo Green’s fantastic send-off, F@#* You, and little else. At the same time I’ve been reading a lot of the hand-wringing in the press about bloggers and whatever are we going to do about them, along with our responses both here and on our blogs. And the two have combined in my head to form a single determination – bloggers need more swagger. I don’t mean anger, of the you-don’t-respect-us variety, or apologetics, of the we-are-as-legitimate-as-other-media variety. I mean swagger, the kind of swagger that comes from doing something well and knowing you’re good at it. So whatever other themes might knit together this week’s links, they all share that important characteristic – swagger. Step up to the plate, knock it out of the park.
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Links à la Mode: September 2nd

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About Keira Lennox

I’m a small town girl from the sunshine state with an affinity for bookstores, beauty counters and unfussy style.

I spend my days running my flower shop, and my nights blogging about what I love and what I wear.

(Or watching Netflix and drinking wine.)

7 thoughts on “>Links a la Mode!

  1. >Congrats on being featured. I read your original post, and all the links you provided. It's a serious problem, and it's refreshing that you and others are addressing debt and style blogging. Related: at the dept store I used to work at, our managers would tell us to go after young people to open up store credit cards, which I thought was pretty sick.

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