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How to Balance Your Side-Hustle and School with HBO

how to balance your side-hustle while still in school

This is a sponsored post in partnership with HBO. All opinions are 100% mine.

A lot of people ask me how I manage to balance school, blogging, and a personal life. And the answer is that it’s not always easy. I’ve had to say a no to a lot of events with friends or be glued to my phone during family gatherings to make sure my posts were published correctly. Now that it’s the holidays, it’s even harder to feel like I have a grip on everything. Blogging has become more than a side-hustle for me and I can’t always just let it go for other projects. I have a few tips on how to stay sane and make sure that you can not only do it all but do it well.

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8 Things You Should Do If You’re Moving to a New City

Moving to a new city in your 20's can be challenging. Whether it's a big or small city, starting over can be tough. Here are my tips for an easy move. | GoodTomiCha | Southern Fashion and Lifestyle Blogger

Moving to a new city in your 20's can be challenging. Whether it's a big or small city, starting over can be tough. Here are my tips for an easy move. | GoodTomiCha | Southern Fashion + Lifestyle Blogger

Moving to a new city in your 20's can be challenging. Whether it's a big or small city, starting over can be tough. Here are my tips for an easy move. | GoodTomiCha | Southern Fashion + Lifestyle Blogger Greenville blogger, GoodTomiCha shares her tips for moving to a new city in your 20's. It can be challenging. Whether it's a big or small city, starting over can be tough. Here are my tips for an easy move. | GoodTomiCha | Southern Fashion + Lifestyle Blogger Moving to a new city in your 20's can be challenging. Whether it's a big or small city, starting over can be tough. Here are my tips for an easy move. | GoodTomiCha | Southern Fashion + Lifestyle Blogger Moving to a new city in your 20's can be challenging. Whether it's a big or small city, starting over can be tough. Here are my tips for an easy move. | GoodTomiCha | Southern Fashion and Lifestyle Blogger

Outfit Details: Top: Vestique (only $34!) | Skirt: Vestique (my faveee), similar | Necklace: Moon and LolaBoots: similar | Hat: similar | Bag: Forever 21

Whether you’re ready to start a new career or patiently awaiting post-grad life, moving is not as easy as it seems. Even for an extrovert like myself, it’s hard to put yourself out there and make new connections. I’ve moved 3 times in the past year (I know, I’m crazy): Back home after Auburn, New York City, and finally, Greenville. Whether it’s big cities or small towns, check out all of my moving tips below!

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Why The Fashion Blogging Industry Lacks Diversity and What We Can Do About It

Black fashion blogger Tomi Obebe talks about the diversity problem in blogging and what we can do to fix it.Does the world need more black fashion bloggers or just better representation with brands? I'm talking about all of this and more on the blog!This bell-sleeve sweater from Nordstrom is super cute and only $39! Can you say #sweaterweather? Shop the look on the blog! | GoodTomiCha Southern Fashion and Lifestyle Blogger Black girl blogger, black fashion blogger, brown girl blogger, nordstrom, bell sleeve, fall style, I'm talking about diversity in the beauty world and why we need to lift up black fashion bloggers. It's time we hold brands accountable! | GoodTomiCha Southern Fashion and Lifestyle BloggerFall style has never looked so good. Shop this bell sleeve sweater on the blog! | GoodTomiCha Southern Fashion and Lifestyle Blogger
Sweater (only $39! It also comes in burnt orange and blue) | Jeans: Gap | Purse: Red Dress Boutique | Boots: Ugg | Necklace: Moon and Lola 

When I started my blog in 2015, I wanted to be one of the first black fashion bloggers. Crazy, right? I was really naive enough to think that there wasn’t a lot of us out there. As I began searching through hashtags like #blackgirlswhoblog and #browngirlbloggers and finding inspiration on Pinterest, it became abundantly clear that I wasn’t alone. If there were so many of us, why wasn’t I seeing black fashion bloggers on my feed?

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