Thursday, April 26, 2012

Memoirs of a G4: Once A Good Girl's Gone Glam...



I am a woman with a plan. Once I decided to follow my dream and create a blog I immediately started to plan for it. I researched other blogs, asked two friends to join me and was well on my way.  We came up with the name 3-Dolls, which stood for 3 Dreams of Love, Life, and Success.  We jumped headfirst into blogging.  


It was so exciting! We immediately created a blog, Facebook page, and Twitter. In our minds we were already successful, and I think people could pick up on our confidence.  Everyone loved and supported us from day one, and in the first few months we were already covering events and doing a guest VLOG for Those Girls Are Wild.  


Things were moving fast and we loved it.  We got a chance to do an interview with J. Cole and even do fun photo-shoots for the blog.  For me it was a dream come true and a welcomed break from the "real world." Once I got a taste of my dream, I was like a teenager getting her first taste of freedom. 



I was on a new high and I didn't want to come down, so much so that I vowed not to, and I didn't. I guess it's not surprising though, because you know what they say. Once a Good Girl's Gone Glam, she's gone FOREVER!








At what point in your life did you begin to seriously pursue your dreams? Are you still passionate about your dream?

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6 comments:

  1. This is awesome! Good for you! I think confidence can make the biggest difference. You have to know what you want and know that you can achieve it. Once that's evident to other people, they will believe in you too!

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  2. I think when I was about to graduate from high school is when I seriously wanted to pursue my dream. I want to go into a career where I can be happy and successful. I always want to help others so they won't have to experience or go through of what I had gone through. I'm still passionate about my dreams, but there comes a time where I find a block in the road. That's where I go to Him to help me with my journey and make the good choices towards my dream. Lovely post Kelly :)

    XO Jojo

    www.jojosecretfashiondiary.blogspot.com

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  3. When I started my blog! I was like this is awesome! I have literally created the job of my dreams! I loved hearing your story and can't wait to see what happens next with your site =)

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  4. Amazing!! Great job girl! I love seeing people pursue their dreams and excelling at it!! Great photos!

    xx
    Giovanna
    www.oliveandanarrow.com

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  5. What a great post! I think I def have. My blog is reaching so many women and coming up in random conversations amongst the ladies at my church which is just crazy. I went from helping a handful of women in a living room to reaching women all across the world. It's such a lovely task to take on. While I have my dream, it's interesting to see how it changes and takes on a life of its own. Keep chasing your dream!

    Vonae Deyshawn
    www.myvirtueplace.com

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  6. wow this is awesome! Yes I am still on my journey, still have a few more things to learn, but I'm open. I do hope your blog and your brand continues to thrive and uplift women!!!

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