Taking the dialogue of famous Bollywood film DDLJ – ‘Ja Simran Ja, jeele apni Zindagi’, this young blogger has shaped her life exactly how she wanted it to be and is constantly working to make it better. Simran, who generally writes about fashion and makeup in her blog posts, also has a niche for travel.
Here is what she has to say about her journey, her views on brand collaborations, future plans, and much more.
How did you decide to become a blogger? Was it a thoughtful choice?
Simran: My love for social media and passion for fashion made me a blogger. I used to get inspired by a lot of international bloggers, so I felt like I should write articles about my style too. I always loved fashion and writing. I feel extremely lucky to be doing what I am doing at this stage of my life.
How did you develop an interest in fashion, beauty, and travel respectively?
Simran: I was very active on Instagram – loved experimenting with my style and posting about it there. I wanted to be in the fashion industry and had an interest in makeup too. Being a child, I always played with mom’s makeup. Therefore, when I grew old, I started learning the art of make-up and then I started sharing my opinions on the blog. I absolutely love my job, every part of it. So yes, it is great to be a blogger.
Do you collaboration with brands/products for promotional activities?
Simran: Yes, I collaborate. Most of the brands which I worked with are the ones I have personally used and loved.
What is more important – looking good or having a good fashion sense?
Simran: Having a good fashion sense.
A lot of people think that influencer blogging is an easy way to make money online. Do you have some tips for those people who are interested in making money from the blog?
Simran: I write to touch hearts, share information with people and make money. Apart from financial stability, this work is so much fun.
As for the tips, I would say be patient. Blogging or any business isn’t easy and it will take time. Believe in yourself and be confident of your own style. Be a trendsetter, not a follower.
How do you want to improve yourself in the next year?
Simran: I wish everything to go smooth and have a good future. I want to see myself emerging as a top blogger. That’s what I am working on right now.
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