Briefly de­scribe the evo­lu­tion of your blog.

When I first started my blog, it was purely en­ter­tain­ing to me. I didn't know where I was headed with it or what the pur­pose of writ­ing was. As I watched blog­gers be­fore me, I got more and more im­pressed and at­tracted by the bl­o­go­sphere. Through my two years of blog­ging, I got more in­sights as to what blog­ging was truly about and was able to learn from my own mis­takes and awaken the cre­ativ­ity and in­no­va­tion in me.

How did you first de­cide to launch

I de­cided to launch my blog fol­low­ing my sis­ter’s ad­vice. She elab­o­rated on the idea of a blog and how I can make my own. She al­ways thought of me as a fash­ion­ista and knew I'm an ad­ven­turer. I started my blog in a hurry as it was all about my style at first.

What makes my con­tent unique in your opin­ion?

I think what makes my con­tent unique is that I'm al­ways try­ing to im­prove it. Whether it's the writ­ing or the ideas, I try to get inspired as much as I can from ev­ery­thing around me. I guess what wraps it all to­gether would be the fact that I only blog about per­sonal ex­pe­ri­ence. I don't force posts out of me. I'm also al­ways hon­est with my read­ers.

What mo­ti­vates you to keep go­ing with your blog­ging af­ter all this time?

I like a good chal­lenge. I prob­a­bly won't quit blog­ging any­time soon. I get more and more mo­ti­vated ev­ery day, when I get an email say­ing some­one loves my blog or when I get good feed­back about it. I like help­ing my read­ers in that way and I love it when I suc­ceed at giv­ing them some tips. I also started my Vlog a while back and have set in­no­va­tive goals for it.

Run by stu­dent and as­pir­ing fash­ion de­signer Thea Mech­leb, Fash­ion Tea Cup is an out­let for fash­ion, beauty and all things lifestyle.

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