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Work It Wednesday - Victoria Stacey

Hey there, readers!

Hope you're excited for another #WorkItWednesday. Today we have the lovely Victoria Stacey from Florals + Teacups. She shares DIYs, tips and tricks, travel stories and a whole lot more. She even has her own workshop series on her YouTube channel we highly encourage you watch!

We're obsessed with her style and confidence to #workit in every scenario she's thrown in. From travelling to mermaid school, this lady gets an A+ for embodying the #workit lifestyle.

Check out her Instagram & Twitter pages below:

Instagram: @vickiistace

Twitter: @vickiistace


1. How did you first decide to jump into the world of blogging and freelancing?

I've been blogging for what feels like forever. I was on Tumblr as a teenager, and start building websites and blogs when I was 11 or 12. Naturally, as influencer marketing became more popular, I felt like blogging was a great fit. I've also freelanced for a long time, usually aiding friends with low budgets and big dreams in their ventures.

2. What is the biggest lesson you’ve learned from your previous experiences?

Managing others, and doing well, takes a lot of time, resources and commitment. It's something I've struggled with a few times, and am trying to work on as I grow my ventures.

3. Any funny stories?

I got into graphic design by creating glitterized 'Happy Bunny' gifs in Photoshop!

4. If you could choose one social media app to use forever, what would it be?

My eyes say Instagram, but truly I think it's Twitter. I love the collaboration and connections you can make if you dig deep enough. There seems to be more authentic and genuine people on Twitter then on Instagram, if you can find them.

5. Favourite book?

Always Harry Potter & the Prisoner of Azkaban.

6. Hot or Cold?

Body - Cold, Weather = Hot

Want to make this cute lil' planter above? Check out her workshop series here

7. Honesty hour: what is something you can’t leave the house without?

100% my cell phone.

8. Chocolate or Vanilla?


9. If there is one thing you could change about your career so far, what would it be?

What I took out of school. I think I could have utilized my network, my classes and my colleagues and professors more!

That's it, folks! Stay tuned for the next #WorkItWednesday next week.

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'Til next time!

- The Work It Social Squad

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