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  1. Hi! I recently started my own DIY blog and stumbled upon yours through Pinterest. However, I have NO IDEA how to follow you (or anyone else for that matter lol)! My blog is through Blogger, but I only see the "bloglovin" button on your page. (I don't know what that is). Can you please help? Thanks!

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    1. Hi Jessica! So glad you found our blog! Bloglovin' is a feed reader that keeps track of your favorite blogs. Instead of following the blog individually from your favorites, you go to Bloglovin' to read the newest blog posts and it keeps record of which ones you haven't read yet. You can also use it to find new blogs. And you can favorite the posts you want to revisit! But you will need a free account with bloglovin' in order to follow us that way. If you are not sure that is the way you want to follow us, you may follow us by email by signing up on the right hand side of our blog. Thanks! Hope you enjoy our posts!

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