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  • 9 years ago

    So is Nubby the anti-Gala? For the girls who have been disappointed by the way Gala’s blog has evolved?

    I’ve been reading Gala’s blog since 2008, back when she had no money and blogged every day. And yes, I signed up for that course, even though I have high self esteem, because her optimism is infectious and her writing is an escape for me. I still am hesitant to tell people how much I like her blog.

    I doubt you care, but I can let you know if the course really is crap.

    If Nubby had a course in design, I would so sign up for that, too.

  • 9 years ago

    @Lauren

    I’ve been reading Gala’s blog since the very start, too. And up until maybe a year ago, I really enjoyed reading it. Back when she began, that blog was an optimistic breath of fresh air, but now I just find that it makes me feel quite cynical of her lifestyle. I miss the days when reading iCiNG would leave me inspired. These days it just annoys me.

    I don’t know if Nubby is the anti-Gala as such, but the reason I felt the need to make a comparison is that I’ve been reading Nubby for about the same amount of time, and I still have a lot of respect for her. I’d definitely sign up if she offered a design course [or even a freelancing 101 type of thing].

    Please do let me know if Gala’s course is any good. I may not enjoy her blog anymore, but I still find myself reading it…
    Did you buy any chapters of Love & Sequins?

  • 9 years ago

    @Britt, embarrassingly, you can tell just how much Love & Sequins I bought… here. http://galadarling.com/article/love-sequins-sale-ends-in-three-hours

    Ehehehehe…

  • 9 years ago

    @Lauren – At the start, I was really tempted by Love & Sequins, but I always thought that $12 was a little steep. Was it worth it?

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