Why We Are All Obsessed With Exciting Emails

Vix xxx

  1. Lareese

    January 22nd, 2018 at 17:31

    Haha, absolutely loved this Vix! Your tongue in cheek tone is right up my street. Personally, the only exciting email I’ll ever be inclined to shout about on social media is the one where I’m invited on a dog safari… never stop dreaming, kids. Great post my darling! X

  2. Chloe

    January 22nd, 2018 at 20:43

    I definitely think that if I ever tweet about a collab before it’s been confirmed that I’m gonna get bad karma and it’s all gonna fall through but seeing exciting email tweets don’t really make me angry or jealous because you never know what that email could be – the person could be super excited about a Nigerian prince wanting them send to money! ? When I get jealous is when I see what the collab actually is – Dominos want to send them 100 pizzas but not me? Ouch! ?

  3. Erin

    January 22nd, 2018 at 21:31

    I hate the Vagueness of it all, to me its the blogging equivalent of saying something vague on facebook then being all “DM me” in the comments. HELL NO. If you don’t want to be social about it don’t put it on socials. JEEEEEZ. Or at least give hints, or let us guess! 🙁

    Erin || MakeErinOver

  4. Lisa Santos

    January 23rd, 2018 at 00:04

    I personally don’t bother when I read that because I try to focus on the ones I receive and I celebrate those by telling my family, I rarely share it on the internet. I am still a small blogger so when I receive an e-mail for a collaboration I get all excited cause I feel that my work is being recognized, even if it comes from a brand I never heard off.
    But I totally get what you mean and in the days where I am low in motivation, productivity and inspiration, reading those things just makes it even worse!

    The Lisa’s World

  5. Emilia

    January 24th, 2018 at 10:39

    I came across your blog after one of your tweets about a Toffee Crisp being used as a condom wrapper in Manchester and seriously, every time I read a post I fall in love with you a bit more! Not going to lie, I’m guilty of blaring the exciting email klaxon but I so get feeling shit when other people do so it’s something I definitely need to stop doing now! But it was the first exciting email I’d received so I guess that’s okay, right?! Loved this post either way haha

    Em xx

  6. Kate

    January 24th, 2018 at 21:07

    I also do not like the term exciting email, but mainly because I’m jealous, as I seem to have a severe lack of exciting emails in my inbox 🙂

  7. Megan

    January 26th, 2018 at 20:02

    I totally get you loves; Now that I’m in full-time work and can’t dedicate more time to my blog, I get jealous when I see people with these exciting emails! The ones that don’t land are the worst! About 2 years ago a very well-known high street brand (who I won’t name!) got in touch wanting to do some massive things with me including events/promo videos/face of their petite range etc and then they just totally ignored me. FABULOUSO NO?

    Fantastic post m’loves.

  8. Little Katie

    February 5th, 2018 at 23:46

    Hear hear! I’m so over it. Just another cliche buzzword some people like to throw about like their “just another day at the office” in the Maldives. Do I get jealous? Obviously. And it’s bugging.

    Katie x

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