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Things I Shouldn’t Say on the Internet

When I first started blogging, I used to write totally openly about absolutely everything that happened to me: which, in retrospect, probably wasn’t the best idea, all things considered. These days I still write honestly about my life, but I’ve learned that it’s wise to keep some things private – which is why I started a Patreon Page.

I’ve been described as a fashion blogger, a mummy blogger, a lifestyle blogger, and “a total drama queen,” (That was my husband, btw…). Mostly, though, I’m a storyteller – and over on Patreon, I’m sharing some of the stories I’ve never told before. These are the slightly more personal, possibly-controversial, more in-depth stories that I’ve always hesitated to post on the blog itself, and they’re available exclusively to all Patreon subscribers.

There are three different tiers to choose from, and, whichever one you choose,  your support will help keep my blog, Forever Amber, online, and allow me to continue to create free content for my readers right here on the blog: every penny helps, so thank in advance for reading!  Click the link below to subscribe, or scroll down to see my latest subscriber-only posts…

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  • Fiona

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    The first link to your Patreon takes me to a random blog by a guy called Nate! The one at the bottom works OK though.

    August 30, 2019
      • I have subscribed now! (Not because that link works, but because I didn’t want to subscribe and pay for August with two days left on the month then pay again at the start of September!)

        September 2, 2019
  • I love this! I am having a ‘no spend’ day today, but I will totally sign up tomorrow!

    August 30, 2019
  • Brenda

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    I am pretty familiar with Patreon, in fact I actually subscribe to someone on there already. I think it is great that you are on there, there is a value to what you do. A year ago, when I first heard about Patreon, I was like, whaaaaat?? But after thinking about it a little bit, I realized that it is a really good idea. I used to buy magazines en masse, which I don’t anymore. The few dollars that I spend on Patreon subscriptions just replaces my magazine budget and I get way more out of it than I ever did with magazines.

    August 30, 2019
  • Ghalia

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    MOAR posts to read from you? Easy peasy decision-making. I am now a “patreon”…

    September 2, 2019
  • Alicja

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    Hi Amber,

    Are you going to let us later know if this type of patronage works for you?

    Why did you decide to hide the number of patrons? I really-really appreciated it before, that you were showing a lot of the numbers connected to your business. It makes it all so much more interesting and rich in valuable content, when you share some countable results.

    Love, A.

    September 4, 2019
      • Alicja

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        Ofc 🙂
        I wish you a great success 🙂

        September 4, 2019
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