Letters From Fangirlish: Changes Are Coming to Fangirlish.com

Does anyone know where 2015 went? Because I can tell you this – I haven’t a clue. We started out 2015 with big dreams, big aspirations… and then life got in the way. 2015 has been a year of challenges, heartache, laughter, tears, and everything in between.

Life has not been easy but we shouldn’t complain. We know that these are all sorts of first world problems. But it’s been the hard year that we have all experienced that has made us make some pretty big choices.


And we found that in those moments – being a fangirl is so much more than just TV, movies, books and music. We relate to each other on so many more levels. We’ve made friends with some of you and we talk about boys, beauty, fashion, life, sports. We want life to be about so much more than just the entertainment.

Being a fangirl is just being a human with passions. And there are so many passions out there in the world.

So we’re going to incorporate all of the things in life that make us who we are into this website. It’s going to become about a lot more than just entertainment. We’re gonna talk everything from sports to fashion. We’ll explore love and heartbreak. We’ll be the best friend that you wanted, the one that you can talk to about anything.

We’ll talk about everything – nothing is off limits. We’ll answer your questions and we’ll ask you questions. We’ll be there for you when you can’t take it anymore and we’re hoping that you’ll be there for us.

The changes – the additions – will start to roll out in January. You’ll see a few in December. We want to grow with you and we hope that you want to grow with us.

And as always – if you have anything you want to say – drop us a comment or email me at erin@fangirlish.com.

I work a lot. Fangirlish is my baby. I work in social media professionally and I love it - which is probably why I don't keep up on my own. I don't sleep enough and I obsess too much over my favorite things. I need to work on combing my hair more. Or at elast I need to stop dying it different colors.