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Callout for Guest Posts!

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On May 11th, I go on vacation to Australia for two weeks.  Considering I just posted my 200th post in less than four months, I need to find a way to keep you all in content while handling slow internet at my parents' house, and travelling in general.  My solution?  GUEST POSTS.

That's right, it would make me so so so happy if a couple of you ladies could help me keep my content going while I'm away.  If you're interested, please leave me a comment on this post or send me an email at polishallthenails at gmail dot com.  We have a bit of time so thing about it!  All those people that are featured on here will get a magical surprise polish in the mail!

Here's my parents dog, you couldn't say no to him, could you?

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  1. I'll do a guest post. I like to post on MWF if I could get one of those days.

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  2. I can help you if you're interested.. :)

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  3. I would! I just bought 12 new polishes in the last week!! GAH (I'm crazy).. but sally's buy 2 get 1 free is hard to resist.

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  4. I'd love to! Would we log in to your account or just send you the post sometime soon so you can schedule it?

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  5. I would love to do a guest post! :D

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  6. You can count me in! I'd love to do a guest post!

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  7. I'd love to do a guest post for you! I love your blog!!

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  9. So many comments already... I love your blog and would love to do one but listen, I am an amateur and I will never be as good as you 0.0

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  10. I would love to do this, but you have so many comments already! I'm still down though, what sort of post would you be looking for?

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  11. I would love to help out! What kind of content are you looking for?

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  12. i'm game - just lemme know if you still need peeps to help out! you can email me at missymrobinson@gmail.com and my blog is gnarlygnails.blogspot.com if you wanna check it out beforehand.

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  13. hi! i'd love to do one if you need any more:] my blog is seesarahswatch.blogspot.com and my email address is sarahsnailblog@gmail.com

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  14. I sent you an email, but just incase here is my email jenn@jennafroggy.com

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  15. I'd love to do a guest post <3 I'm dying to do some nail art, since I've just finished up my finals! My email address is: blishful@gmail.com. I blog on nailsparks.blogspot.com but my more active personal blog is non-polish related. I still regularly do nail art though <3

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  16. I'd LOVE to do a guest post, but it looks like you've got a lot of volunteers already. :P I'll go ahead and email you and see if you still need any help!

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