In September 2011, the blog had a revamp which involved introducing a new logo, created by Daniel Codd, and this gave the site a more modern, bespoke appearance. At this point, I started posting more regularly and signed up to numerous social networking sites including Bloglovin', Bloggers and Google+. This, along with continuous tweets, enhanced the publicity the blog received and, since then, the blog has grown and grown in terms of content quality and traffic. August 2013 saw the latest revamp, one I created myself; I am so proud to see The LC Issue continue to grow.
This success is motivating me to make The LC Issue even bigger and better by producing more quality blog posts - the most important factor of my blog - and working in partnership with other people and companies. I have learned so much so far as a blogger, and my eyes really have been opened to new opportunities, so I am determined to learn even more and make The LC Issue as successful as it can be.
About MeI am a 20-something freelance copywriter, blogger and features writer from Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire. I have always wanted to be a journalist, either for a magazine or online, and in 2010 I graduated from the University of Hull/Grimsby Institute of Further and Higher Education with my Journalism Degree. Shortly afterwards I started my full-time position as a Features Writer for a regional publishing house, where I worked loyally for three years, and in August 2013, took the (massive) leap into the freelance world.
I write this blog because I love what I do. The LC Issue enables me to express my opinions on whatever I feel like writing about, whether it is an item of clothing or make-up products I like, reviews, travel stories, education and journalism, interesting things I have seen or heard about or generally, what I feel like on that particular day. I love researching, writing and seeing the finished product, and I take great pride in what I do - I hope this is reflected in this blog.
I am a big girly-girl; I like clothes, make-up, zumba, cooking, trying to keep fit (trying being the key word) and cake, of course! I love travelling to new places - my favourites so far being New York, LA and Rome - and having great times with friends, family and @ultimatecoddy.
I am always looking for new and exciting things to write about, so if you would like to get in touch and be involved, please feel free to email me: firstname.lastname@example.org.
And finally, thank you to everyone who takes the time to browse, read, comment on and follow this blog - as I said above, I love what I do and it really does mean so much to me that there are people out there who enjoy what I write about. You are helping this blog to grow and grow, and I become even more proud each day - I couldn't be more grateful!