We have come even to the birthday of the first two years of Fashion Snobber. It was 13 March 2015 when I officially opened the blog and I embarked on this adventure. A bit ‘with eyes closed and a bit’ with the knowledge of knowing what I was doing and where I was going. So this week will be entirely dedicated to the celebrations and themed recap on what you liked most. Because you know not? If it were not for you readers all this could not continue for long.
The first two years of Fashion Snobber
I admit to not being a newcomer to the web industry, and the main topic I think I can afford to say I know him well enough. Above all I think I have a style and a flair about it clear that it allowed me to stay consistent and not to compromise or baseness of any kind. Substantially in the first two years of Fashion Snobber it has not changed much. I am always the same, controversy and Criticona at times, funny and ironic other. Play with everything and throw it on laughing while trying somehow to convey positive values. Always too old school, I know, but in this modern world that goes to the collapse I think is better to be more rigid than too permissive. I joke and I always fight because only the truth comes out. I will continue to make me enemies for this but I’m used to use them as a coach and I will not change.
The first two years of Fashion Snobber, good second birthday
In these two years I have put a strain on my passion for fashion and beyond. When you try to do it alone (re)starting from the bottom you never feel up to it. Fears, doubts, insecurities and anxieties take possession of you. So every now I admit that a little Xanax would not hurt me at all. Nevertheless I always resisted, and although it can not ensure the end I’m good at what I do, or if you really have the talent but we’ve always put my heart. For this I wish you a good second birthday to blog and I shake your hand. Why I accepted the challenge, and I’m still here. At the moment. And then I congratulate you, the reader, and it tightly to you. Because we own a good team. I supported and I think I do it myself in some way with you. The long-term relationships and most beautiful are the ones when you are supporting each other and cheering for each other. So many wishes for a good blog-birthday to you too. Now we deserve at least three muffins each. For the beach we’ll do tomorrow.
Thank you. <3
Muffin recipe with poppy seeds
For 12 muffins
50 g of butter
75 g of sugar
200 ml of milk
1 teaspoon grated lemon peel
260 g flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
Salt to taste
4 teaspoons poppy seeds
Working the room temperature butter with sugar until the mixture will be light and fluffy. Add the egg, lemon zest and milk.
Sift flour, baking powder and a pinch of salt then adding them to the butter and sugar.
Work it all quickly keeping the mixture slightly lumpy and add the poppy seeds.
Pour the mixture into 12 muffin used to cooking in the oven filled to two-thirds.
Bake in preheated oven at 180°C until the muffins will be golden brown. About twenty minutes.
Allow to cool the muffins and serve covered with whipped cream that you can paint with the common dye cake as I did.