We love fashion especially our fashion bloggers we discovered Funmi Ford of House of Odara. She shared a few secrets with us on how she keeps consistently blogging and told us a bit of herself.
Introducing Fashion Blogger Funmi Ford of House of Odara
My name is Funmi Ford and I was born in Lagos, Nigeria. I moved to the US when I was eight years old and am located in Birmingham, Alabama. I’m a mum and wife and lover of fashion. I began blogging almost three years ago. I took a year off to start a family and just started back the summer of last year.
I started because I loved the fact that style could be a bridge that transcends socio-economic background or language. I believe fashion has a voice and can speak volumes. I wanted to use my voice to educate and help others not just with style and fashion but with life and love. To me, the better you look, the better you’ll feel about yourself and the better your life will be.
My number one tip to staying consistent is planning ahead. I always try to work three posts ahead of time and when I take pictures, I take four different outfits just in case I don’t have time or a photographer for the next couple of weeks. So, plan ahead of time and always have four blog posts done and ready to post at a moments notice.
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Awesome post! Planning ahead is really the best way to do it especially with weather changes .great post!
Yasss, my blogger babe! You look amazing per usual and that’s great advice. I need to take note of that because I’m guilty of procrastinating and not getting stuff on time. Consistency is key and you are good for that.