How to Get Your Blog Started: Tips & Tricks + Overcoming Your Fears

Hello my beautiful friends!

I wanted to share with you today a few tips and tricks that have helped me in the blogging world. Ive noticed on twitter so many new bloggers joining the community. It makes me so happy to see our world growing and opening up to so many different types of people and blogs. Blogging has become such an important and fruitful part of my life, and I hope that if you are reading this and just starting out, it becomes the same for you. I wanted to write this post today because along with growth, Ive also noticed a lot of the same fears and questions floating around. Things like “how do I grow my audience?” or “what if no one reads my blog?” among many other things. I know the hive mind is real, because I had asked all those questions and then some. If I am honest, sometimes I still ask them. 

Im not famous in the blogging world, granted. But I have been blogging for over 2 years and have received so many amazing opportunities throughout my time here. Everything from sponsorships, new friends, even money. My blog has helped me grow, learn and has turned me into a “go getter” type of person. 

200 posts later, here are a few tips that worked for me…that may also work for you:

1. Decide what you want to blog about.

I know this may seem silly, almost stupid…but deciding what you want to blog about is the first step. Before starting Chroma Me Silly, I had jumped through a million personal blogs that were just jumbled posts of things that had no connection to each other. If you travel a lot, make a travel blog and share your journeys, travel advice and photography. If you love fashion, blog about daily outfits, designers you love and trends you’re digging at the moment. If you’re an artist, share your works whether it be writing or photography or music. Other than this blog, I also have a photography blog. If you want to share your daily adventures, DIY and such, make a lifestyle blog. It may seem like a no brainer, but deciding on what I really wanted to blog about made for a very consistent blog. It became easier to grow my audience, because they knew the type of posts to expect from me. This may not work for everyone granted, and everyone is different…but this made a huge difference for me when I started.

2. Post consistently.

I know you have all probably heard this one before, for sure. You’ve heard it everywhere because its absolutely, positively true. Ive had moments in the lifetime of my blog where months have gone by without a post, sometimes life just gets in the way. Thats understandable. But the key to a growing, loyal audience (and also to a great blog) is to post consistently. Make a schedule if that works for you. If mondays and thursdays are good days for you, post on those days. Readers are more likely to come back if they know you post often. This is especially true for sites like Bloglovin’ where all your favorite blogs are shown in a timeline. To stay relevant in your readers mind, consistency is everything. For me personally, I try to post once or twice a week. Sometimes Im lucky and can post more. Set a posting goal for yourself and stick to it. Make your goal realistic, and it will become a part of your routine. 

3. Social media is king.

One of the best ways to grow your audience and meet other bloggers along the way is to get on twitter and Facebook. Twitter has been an amazing tool for me to connect with other bloggers, brands and my readers. Other than your posts, social media gives you a chance to connect with everyone else. Its perfect to network and promote your blog/brand. I personally love when my readers tweet me about a post they loved, or a DIY they want to try. Its an amazing way to stay in touch. and on that note…


TALK TO OTHER BLOGGERS WHO HAVE SIMILAR BLOGS!!! Follow their social media, comment, talk and connect with them. Our community is HUGE and chances are you are likely to find many bloggers with similar tastes. I love commenting on my fellow bloggers posts, having discussions on twitter and such. Get to know them, do a guest blog post. Connecting with other bloggers opens you to their audience and vice versa. 

5. …But I’m not a good writer. 

Ive heard this one quite a bit. I understand how this can be a worry for some people. Sometimes it can be frightening or even difficult to sit down and get your point across in a post. What I learned along the way is that when I go to sit down and write, I use my “inner” voice. I let my inner monologue do the writing. I don’t try to sound different than who I really am. You may not realize it, but most people can tell when you’re bullshitting, even in writing. Its easy to pick up on fake excitement. So be you. Write the way you would talk to your best friend. Be open. If you’re a funny person, include that. If you’re a more serious type, include that. Theres no right or wrong way to do it, its YOUR blog. Give it your own flair and absolutely don’t compare your style of writing to anyone else’s. If you’re unsure, you could always have a friend proofread for you before you publish a post. But I can promise you, simply writing the way you would talk to your best friend really does the trick. :) 

6. Spell check.

`nuff said. I cant count the times I have forgotten to do this and have sounded like a complete, utter idiot. Just do it. To be honest, I’ll probably forget right now. 

7. Keep it interesting.

Sometimes, it pays to keep things short and sweet. No one wants to read a wall of text for a simple review. I like to include photography in my posts to cut up the text and keep it easy and simple to follow. I get my point across quickly without being longwinded. If a lot needs to be said, keep it light and fun. Ive noticed that my longer posts with heavier text don’t get as many views as the others. It helps also to stay in the loop. If your blog is about tech stuff and gadgets, stay up to date on all the fun stuff coming up. If you’re a fashion blogger, keep up with trends and such and post about new things that have caught your eye. Staying relevant is incredibly important, especially in the digital/blogging world. 

8. Don’t be afraid.

This is a big one. When I first started, I swear to the lord of unicorns that my palms would sweat right when I went to click “publish”. It was this anxious, nerve-racking feeling. Will they like me? Will they like my post? Do I sound stupid? The list of doubts and questions can go on and on and on. Im here to tell you today to cut that crap out. It does no good. Trust me. Don’t worry about whether you’ll be liked or not. If you are blogging because you love it and you are passionate about it, people will read your blog. It may seem scary at first, lord knows it was for me, but that fear subsides and turns into excitement. Excitement to share new things with your audience. Don’t let the fear of not being liked, or not being good enough scare you away from what could potentially be something so incredibly rewarding. 

9. Tags & Titles are kind of important.

Well, like super important. Tagging your posts correctly is how people will find you and your blog. So make sure to always use proper and associated tags, as they can be super important to direct traffic to your blog! Same goes for titles. I cant stress this enough! Seriously! 

10. HAVE FUN!!

Honestly, have fun. Enjoy yourself while you do it. I enjoy every part of blogging. The writing, the photographing, the research, the people. All of it. It can be a lot of work sometimes, but I’m always having fun and thats what keeps me coming back. If I wasn’t enjoying myself doing this, I wouldn’t be here right now and I most definitely wouldn’t be encouraging you to do the same. 

I hope this works for someone, anyone. Im definitely not a pro, but I have learned a few things along the way. Im still growing, and still learning. I work hard to make my blog better than it was, and I hope that whatever I learn next I can share it with all of you again. 

If you are a new blogger (or a veteran!) comment below and lets talk about whats been easy for you so far, and whats been difficult. :)

Much love,
Tiny T

Summer Stuff #3: How To Make Refreshing Cucumber-Mint Green Tea


Hello my friends! I hope this post finds you well.

I know its been a while since the last time I posted a video. I worked pretty hard on this one, to be honest. Im still on a learning curve, ya know?! Anyway, today’s video is a super simple, yet super refreshing recipe that I’ve already made quite a few times this summer. Its Cucumber-Mint Green Tea! Its so delicious, with the added health benefits of green tea and cucumber. This drink has all of my favorite things: tea, cucumbers and mint! The best part is that this is super customizable, if you don’t like mint substitute with more green tea. You can add or take away as many cucumbers or mint as you like, and really make it to YOUR liking. Since this is an iced tea, I like it really sweet and really minty. This is totally my new favorite thing…seriously, I don’t know how I spent so much time without trying it.

Some health benefits:

- Cucumbers are a good source of B vitamins.
– Cucumbers are 95% water, so its an excellent and easy way to stay hydrated. Plus, they help your body eliminate toxins!
– Cucumbers are rich in antioxidants and have great anti-inflammitory benefits.
– Green tea contains the highest amount of antioxidants of any tea.
– Green tea has been shown to improve blood flow and lower cholesterol (more information on this HERE)
– Mint helps with digestion and helps to soothes tummy aches and inflammation. (TMI time! I love drinking hot mint tea during that time of the month, helps soothe all the aches and pains).

Recipe: (makes about 3-4 glasses)

What you’ll need:
– Sliced Cucumbers. I used about half of a large cucumber.
– 2 Green tea bags. My favorite is Tazo Zen Tea.
– 2 mint tea bags. My favorite is Numi Tea Moroccan Mint. 
– ice
– sugar or honey to sweeten, whichever you prefer
– kettle, tea pot and a pitcher.
– Optional: extra cucumber slices and mint leaves for garnish.

Bring some water to a boil in your kettle. Add your hot water to your tea pot and brew all your tea bags together for about 2-3 minutes or until desired strength (I personally like mine pretty strong, so I left mine for a slightly longer time). After steeping, remove tea bags and sweeten to your liking with sugar or honey. Fill a pitcher with ice and your cucumber slices and pour your steeped tea into your pitcher. Let the cucumbers steep in the tea while it cools in the fridge for a few hours. Once its cooled, remove the cucumbers and serve over a tall glass of ice! You can garnish this drink with a few extra slices of cucumbers and a couple of sprigs of mint for some extra goodness. And thats it! It really is as easy as that. :)


Nails Of The Week: Essie Chubby Cheeks


I love sharing my Mani’s on Instagram, as some of you may know. I’m still on that summer kick, so I went with this bright, tropical color from Essie called Chubby Cheeks. It reminds me of mamey fruit, and if you don’t know what fruit that is…you are lacking some serious magic in your life. This polish is like a pinky, coral color and its perfect for summer. :) I’ve worn this many times and I never seem to get tired of it.

I can never go wrong with Essie. I am notorious for constantly having chipped nails…and Essie is one of the few brands that can stand up and stay put. My nails seem to be on some ridiculous suicide mission, where the moment they have polish on they go ABORT! ABORT! ABORT! Regardless of top and base coats. *facepalm* Luckily I have Essie to set things straight and keep my little fingers looking nice and neat.

That’s all for now my friends! Thanks for reading :)

Much love,
Tiny T

Review Time: Maybelline Baby Skin Instant Pore Eraser


Hey there everyone! hope everyone is enjoying their Sunday. I know I am! (Currently wearing sweatpants). 

Today I want to share with you my thoughts on Maybelline’s Baby Skin primer. In the world of drug store primer’s this one clearly takes the gold. Its like the magical unicorn I never knew existed. It has its pros and cons, but its a unicorn nonetheless. 

Now, I dont normally wear primer on my face, unless im doing a full face of makeup and I know its going to be a long night out. Primers are not in my everyday makeup bag, and for the most part I dont really use them for staying power, as much as I use them to smooth out problem areas on my skin. That being said, I really do enjoy using this primer. 


The bottle says “Instant Pore Eraser” but really, I think it would be more aptly called “Instant Pore Smoother” or something along those lines. As much as I really liked the product, and it did give my makeup some true staying power, it really didnt seem like it did much to minimize the appearance of my pores. 

What I did absolutely, positively love about it was that it really seemed to help with sweating. My problem during the summer months is that my face gets unruly and grossly sweaty (makes me feel like an ogre, honestly), and this did a GREAT job of minimizing the sweating and melting of my makeup TENFOLD. Ive enjoyed using this under my sunscreen. I cant really explain how completely ecstatic I am that I no loner have to worry about a sweat mustache forming all over my face when it gets hot. Most primers I’ve used help keep my makeup on for longer, but never really did anything to help with my oily, gross face. This stuff really did the trick and im so happy with it. I can see now why people would lean towards using a primer on a daily basis, it makes perfect sense! Baby Skin is easy to apply, easy to blend, doesnt feel heavy at all on the skin and a small dot or two goes a long way for me. 

This little tube of awesome retails for about $7 at most drugstores, but I usually find them on sale at Walgreens. Its a total bargain, considering the price of similar products like Benefit’s The POREfessional which retails for $31 (.75 OZ). 

Thats all for now folks! Have you guys tried this primer? How did you like it? (or not) 

Thanks for reading! :)


Summer Stuff #2: More Beaches, More Floppy Hats OOTD

Hello there my loves! 

Im back with another outfit post as part of my Summer Stuff series. I’ll be honest, I’m having a lot of fun posting OOTD’s on here, and I do hope that I will be able to do it more often. :) Anyway, since its summer and all we have been spending a lot of time in the sun…specifically at our favorite beach joint, Gilberts Tiki Bar. Im pretty sure I have mentioned this little gem, considering its my all time favorite play place to hang out at. Tiki bars, live music, marina and a private beach…its exactly the type of place I love to be at.  

Since its almost miserably hot in Miami, I skipped the makeup and jewelry entirely for this OOTD, and went strictly for comfort. The only thing on my skin and face is sunscreen and lip balm…and of course, about 50 pounds of bug spray. Obviously, I smelled super sexy. 

The white boho dress i’m wearing is from TJ Maxx as well as the slip I wore underneath it. Strappy sandals are from Steve Madden and my hat is from Lucky. The sunnies im wearing are one of my absolute favorites, they’re so old, I cant recall where I got them. :( 

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I am so sorry you had to see my ugly, stubby feet. I apologize for all the eye bleach you probably need. I hope I am forgiven and we can still be friends. 

Thats all for now my loves!

If you would like to see more photos from my weekend at Gilberts, including live music shots and some beautiful beaches, please check out my Photography FB page: F-Stop & Stare. :)

Thanks for reading!

Fireworks, Love & Sinatra

So I cant remember the last time I had a lifestyle post on here, or if I have ever included one, but I really wanted to post some photos from this past 4th of July. It was my love and I’s 3 year anniversary! Honestly, it doesnt feel like its been that long already. I was almost shocked when I realized how much time had passed, and how quickly. Life always has a way of surprising you, and its true what they say…the most unexpected things come to you when you are least looking for it. I feel so lucky to have Jay in my life, he reminds me everyday that we’re a team. That instead of being two halves of a whole, we’re already completed people coming together for an even bigger purpose. Its more than love, more than a soul mate. He’s my twin flame and I know I spent a million lifetimes trying to find him.

Anyway, enough with the sappy love talk. We spent the night watching the fireworks at the park, and setting off a few of our own. We had some cold brews on a picnic blanket, and some Frank Sinatra on the radio. At the end of the night, we let go paper lanterns that we wrote on. I couldn’t have asked for a more perfect night, or a more perfect man to spend it with. I know I dont really post too many lifestyle related things on here, really because I like to keep my private life well, private. But I just had to share these photos, as they continue to bring a smile to my face. I hope you enjoy them as well. There are more from this particular set on my photography FB page. You can click through and check them out here: F-Stop & Stare Photography

Thanks for reading my loves! See you all very soon :)

Much love,
Tiny T

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OOTD: Band Night

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Im really big into local music, so almost every weekend you can find me out and about listening to new music and cover bands at hole in the wall dive bars. Here is my friday night outfit.


- leather accent dress from mad rag (total steal at only $5!!!)
– Flying Tomato kimono from Marshall’s
– Buckled booties from Zara
– Vintage/tribal kuchi necklace from a flea market in New Orleans


- Skin79 Gold BB Cream
Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Concealer 
Maybelline Fit Me pressed powder
Twilash Mascara (review post coming soon!!)
Two Faced Naked Eyes Palette 
Rimmel Scandal Eyes Nude Eyeliner
ELF Essential Bronzer in Sun Kissed
Tarte Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush in Glisten
L’Oreal lipstick in Fairest Nude 
Revlon Lip Gloss in Supernatural 

HAIR: Pravana Violet


I would like to do more outfit posts for you guys, if you like these types of posts please comment, like and follow for more! :) Thanks for reading!

5 Designers to Watch

The fashion world is always growing and always changing. Thats the beauty of it, theres always something new, something fresh. We all have an inner fashionista we like to indulge! My own inner fashionista was beyond excited when the awesome folks at Farfetch contacted me to talk about some designers on the rise. Some of these names may already be familiar to you, and some may not…but they all have one thing in common, they’re definitely worthy of everyone’s attention.

Here are Farfetch’s top 5 designers that you really want to get excited about. Whether its bold colors or a taste for minimalism, theres an upcoming label for everyone.




Indian-born Ashish Gupta has reclaimed the sequin and made it his signature. I cant imagine anyone else using torn denim and plastic shopping bags. Elsewhere there were old school Coco Cola logos, striped shirt dresses and louche zebra print. It was a collection that went viral immediately, thanks to the Instagram appeal of those luminescent shopping bags, and marked Ashish as a young designer to watch. Next season expect pearls, lots of pink and 3D texture.




Mother of Pearl

Mother of Pearl is definitely one of my personal favorites. Their slip-on sneakers are total must have for anyone and you cant go wrong with energetic and bold citrus prints. Those signature patterns are inspired by the label’s collaborations with artists, distilling their work onto luxury fabrics and lending them a sport luxe feel.


Simone Rocha

Simone Rocha won Designer of the Year at the Glamour Woman of Year Awards, and for good reason. I love her super constructed look and simple color palette. Theres way more than meets the eye here. What im really excited about? Her taking inspiration from Queen Elizabeth I’s court and their penchant for opulence for her 2014 Autumn/Winter collection.



Stella Jean

There’s been a lot of buzz about Stella Jean lately. Her 1950’s silhouettes have mixed perfectly with her choice of riotous prints and color. The designer draws inspiration from both her Italian background and her Caribbean heritage, resulting in a collection that demands second glances.




Stine Goya

Stine Goya’s prints remind me of black and white macro photos. She is definitely another favorite of mine and her Scandinavian appeal is almost quintessential.  This season the Central St Martins graduate showed perforated tops and mosaic print jackets, worn with a single ear cuff and just the right amount of edge.


What do you guys think? Definitely some rising stars if you ask me. Theres nothing like a good mix of texture, boldness, fun and color to really attract you.

Blog Photography DIY: Cute & Easy Backgrounds





We cant deny that a really big part of blogging is photography. Whether you’re doing lifestyle, fashion, beauty or anything else…you’re always adding photos one way or another. Personally, the quality of a blogs photos are a huge factor on whether I’ll love it or not. Being a photographer myself, I pay a lot of attention to that kind of stuff. Its always nice to visit a blog with good quality photos that show that the blogger has put a lot of effort into the finish product.

Thankfully you dont need a full blown studio, or fancy backdrops to do that! Today im bringing you this super simple, collage type backdrop that can be done in just a few short minutes. It’ll add interest, color and fun to any blog post and can be customized a million different ways! This is mostly for product shots, but done on a bigger scale it can be used for anything! Lets get started!



What you’ll need:
A piece of cardboard (mine was roughly 10×10)
some old magazines
glue (any type you have is fine, I used spray mount but elmers is good too!)

What to do:

Basically, you are going to flip through all the magazines you gathered and cut out pieces (or entire pages) that you find cute, colorful or just tickle your fancy. For mine, I used pages that were colorful or had nice makeup swatches, and some outfit pieces that matched my style. I looked for an eclectic selection of things, but you can do whatever you like! You can have a theme like only nails and polishes, black and white, shoes…etc!

Once you have all your pieces and pages cut out, you’re going to come up with layout for your cardboard. Take your time deciding how you want to place the pieces. Make your collage as simple or as colorful as you like. I really dig the layered look, so I stacked photos on top of each other. Here’s the final layout I chose for mine:


Once you decided on a layout you are happy with, just start gluing down everything. Be sure to get the corners well, as they can lift up with time and use.


It probably took me less than 10 minutes to create the whole thing, and ZERO dollars because I already had everything on hand.

Here are some examples of what it looks like in action:

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Its such an easy and inexpensive way to really amp up your blog photography and add a whole new dimension to your posts.

If you try this out, show me what you made! I’d love to see what you guys come up with :) Comment down below or show me on twitter or instagram: @TinyxThalia

Have fun and take lots of photos!

Much love,
Tiny T

New Series: Summer Stuff!

So I thought for the start of summer (official summer solstice tomorrow!) I would try out a new series for everything summer related. Im calling it Summer Stuff and todays first post is all about my must have summer items. Summer is both a super fun and super miserable time for me, considering I live in the humid, hot city of Miami. Living in the constant sunshine has its perks, and you learn a trick or two along the way. I hope this series gives you guys some good ideas and inspiration for all your summer needs. :)

Lets get started!






Victoria’s Secret Heavenly In Paradise Body Mist
I picked up this body mist during the last time I shopped the semi annual sale. It seriously smells like a tropical version of their super popular scent, Heavenly. Its like they bottled up the tropics, sunshine and warm sunny beaches for your smelling pleasure. Its definitely my go-to summer scent this season.

Wella Professionals Create Character Texturizing Spray
You cant have summer without a good texturizing spray. Theres nothing like some perfectly soft beachy curls to really get in that summery mood. This Wella Professionals spray has been my go-to for a while now, regardless of the the season…but it gets some heavy use during the summer months. Its fuss free  and easy to use. I sleep with my hair in a braid, then in the morning just let my hair loose and spray this all over to create those soft, beachy waves. It has great lasting power and it doesnt stiffen up my hair. Good hold + mess free = a very happy girl.

Charlotte Ronson A Summer’s Kiss Face & Body Glow
I got this bronzer on a whim one day at Sephora because it was on sale. I cant seem to find it online, and I think it may be discontinued…I hate to include something that may be hard to find (its on amazon im sure)…BUT I LOVE THIS STUFF. I feel like Jlo every time I use it, and every summer it always finds its way into my bag. I add a few drops of this into my foundation or my moisturizer for the perfect sunny glow. Im extremely pale, so this gives me just enough color without looking orange or odd. Its shimmery, bronzy and gorgeous all around. A little goes a long way though! Really, all thats needed is a few drops. Its the perfect color for me, and practically fail proof. Its intuitive in the sense that it always catches the perfect amount of light to really give your face a healthy glow.

Aveeno Positively Radiant Daily Moisturizer w/SPF 30
It should come as no surprise that skincare is mentioned in this list. A good moisturizer with SPF is a total must have for the summer. My favorite is by Aveeno. Ive been using this stuff for so long, its practically embedded in my DNA. Not really, but you get the point. Being out in the sun without proper care for your skin can be dangerous, so I always, always, ALWAYS use a moisturizer with at least a little bit of spf. Thankfully, this one has 30. :)

Pacifica Tahitian Gardenia Body Butter
This is probably the most heavenly smell ever created. I can just imagine laying on a hammock, fruity cocktail in hand, watching the waves crash. Thats what I think of when I smell this. Besides the fact that I have a soft spot for anything gardenia scented, Pacifica always makes the most luxurious body butters. So creamy, so smooth. This body butter is perfect to soften up the skin and enjoy a relaxing night out. Huge favorite. :)

Maybelline Baby Skin Primer
My skin reacts to the summer heat in the worst possible way, it gets oily and my pores decide they need to air themselves out. So to battle that, I use the baby skin primer. It helps keep my makeup in place and minimizes my belligerent pores. I love how it smoothes out my skin, whether I decide to wear makeup that day or not. I have a special review post coming up for this! Stay tuned…

Revlon Colorburst Matte Balm in ‘Elusive’
Im kind of in a big matte phase right now. I love how the mix of glowy skin and matte eyes and lips look for some reason, and this Revlon color has been a huge hit for me. Its a wonderful mix of pinks and corals (more on the pink side though). Any swatch I photograph of this just wont do it justice. Its a pretty creamy color and the application is nice and smooth, but like any matte color, it can dry out your lips a bit. I recommend to exfoliate before hand for best results :) I have a review/face of the day featuring this as well so stay tuned for that!

Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Kiss Me Coral
To me, its not really summer without the perfect coral lip. I mean really, how can you go wrong with a bright pop of color on your face? The perfect shade for me is Kiss Me Coral, and im sure all of you have heard of it. Its definitely a cult favorite, and its the type of color that looks good on a lot of skin tones. On me particularly, it lends itself to be more on the orange side…and I dont mind one bit! I love rocking this color with some funky shades and a floppy hat. Its incredibly luxurious on the lips and doesnt dry them out. It has great lasting power too! Definitely HG status in my life. :)

Lush Mint Julips Lip Scrub
Ever spend a day at the beach and your lips get all dry and flaky? Its the worst! Thats where this baby comes in. I love the way this lip scrub smooths out my lips…and the minty freshness it leaves behind is an added plus! This is a HUGE holy grail product for me and ive mentioned it about a billion times (as has every other blogger on the planet). Theres just nothing left to say except that its wonderful to have 365 days a year!

EOS Lip Balm in Tangerine
Lip balm is always a must. Always. No one here is a stranger to the fact that I have an obsessive need to have every EOS balm ever…but thats besides the point. I love this one in particular because its medicated. My lips get burned all the time if im out in the sun too long, and this helps to bring my lips back to life. Its smells delicious and keeps my lips super smooth. What more can you ask for?


What are you favorite summer products? Let me know! Please like, comment and follow for more Summer Stuff posts!

Thats all for now, until next time my friends!

Much love,
Tiny T