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Chic Therapy Makes a Hundred

(Picture taken in D.C)
Yay!!Chic Therapy made it to a 100 blog posts.When i started this blog, i had no idea what i would be writing about.I thought i was going to be out of ideas and in no time, delete the blog. Fellow blogger & friend Peep toes adviced me to not to take it too serious but just have fun with it. I did just that and today i am publishing my 100th post ...yipeeeeeee!!Having this creative outlet has been very therapeutic for me and i have enjoyed every minute of it.

Thanks to all the wonderful folks who take time out of their busy day to comment on the posts and many many thanks to those who actually send me mails. Most thanks especially to those who made me start Chic Therapy (you know yourselves). With 11,000 views, 101 followers,2 magazine features & countless blog features it's been a fantastic ride. Here is hoping Chic Therapy makes it to its next 100 posts and even beyond (AMEN).


  1. Now im tearing up....

    Good stuff frankie...oops chic therapy...

  2. Good job darling :) keep writing <3

  3. Awww! I'm so proud of you, lady! Muah!


    xoxo Monroe

  5. Congrats! Keep doing the wonderful job you do :)

  6. congratulations on your 100th blog post my dear...aww it is such a fulfilling thing right??? can't wait for you to continue more with your posts...


  7. I really wanted to dress up for Halloween, but I didn't have any money to get anything, so no. :( Are you ma'am?

  8. congrats on your 100th post! that is really exciting!

  9. congrats on reaching 100 posts! such a huge milestone.

  10. congrats girl, many more to come, you rock.

  11. congratulations on reaching 100 posts! that's awesome!
    I can't even count the number of times I've started blogs and then gotten lazy and deleted them, so I hope to reach 100 eventually too~ xx

  12. Congratulations love and all the best!

    Stay gorgeous!

  13. Congrats and here's to 100 more!

  14. COngrats on 100! keep up the good work!!!

  15. Congrats!...You are doing so well would have thought you've been blogging forever but keep doing your thing gurl!

  16. amen and congratulations! I remember the younger days of this blog and she still looks good! :)


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