Susan Hang

Susan is the first official Editor & Writer for Zanita Studio. She was bogged down in ordinary corporate jobs (most recently in fashion merchandising) for almost 6 years before jumping ships and joining the Zanita Studio team. A self-proclaimed beauty aficionado and self-made writer, she chronicles her trials in the beauty department and the musings that granted her dismissal from the 9-5. Susan talks all things womenswear-related and shares bits of her professional journey on her blog - follow along! BLOG INSTAGRAM PINTEREST

Lifestyle, Personal Development

Hard Skills Every Blogger Needs to be Successful

Last week, I went over some of the soft skills I found essential for bloggers. This week, I wanted to dive in a little deeper and visit some of the most important hard skills I’ve...

Written by: Susan Hang

Entrepreneurship, Lifestyle, Personal Development

4 Key Soft Skills Every Blogger Needs to be Successful

Even with the pervasiveness of blogging as a career over the years, people still don’t give bloggers the credit they deserve… Everyone who’s dabbled in blogging knows how profoundly difficult and time consuming it is,...

Written by: Susan Hang

Lifestyle, Personal Development

Golden Time Management Tips as a Working Mom

I don’t think anyone truly knows their multi-tasking abilities until they become a mom… Those skills are especially tested to full potential when you have not one but multiple kids and a job! Only then...

Written by: Susan Hang

Lifestyle, Personal Development

The Best Things About Being in Your Late 20s

I feel like I say this every year, but I really can’t believe we’re already in Q4 of 2017! Two years with Zanita have truly flown by and I can’t even remember what I was...

Written by: Susan Hang

Lifestyle, Personal Development

Top 5 Blog Tips in 2 Years Under Zanita

Not many can say they worked under the intelligence of a pioneer in the blogging industry… So, I’ll thank my lucky stars and soak up all that I’ve learned these last two years and give...

Written by: Susan Hang

Lifestyle, Personal Development

3 Tips to Overcome Shyness like a Pro Fashion Blogger

One of the most important things a blogger has to learn how to do is overcome shyness… Watching someone put photos of themselves everywhere online might lead you to think these people are extremely confident...

Written by: Susan Hang

Lifestyle, Personal Development

3 Major Investments to Make that Don’t Cost a Thing

When you hear “investments”, you immediately think monetary goods, but there are other things in life worth investing in that don’t cost a thing – and they produce exponential returns… Investing in this sense comes...

Written by: Susan Hang

Lifestyle, Personal Development

Habits to Break Before You’re 30

Adulting is the talk of the 20s… But really, your 20s are a time of experimentation… It’s prime time to develop your sense of self, figure out what you really don’t like (and like), and...

Written by: Susan Hang

Beauty, Product Review

Top Lipstick Picks To Take You Into Fall

Lipstick is one of those things I used to think I could live without until I recognized its ability to transform your look (and lips) with a swipe or two. Having said that, I’ve touched...

Written by: Susan Hang

Lifestyle, Personal Development

5 Things That DON’T Define Your Identity

I’m guilty of associating my self-worth with the most frivolous things in life like my career and education… What I’ve come to realize is that even when I became that thing I wanted to be,...

Written by: Susan Hang

Career, Entrepreneurship, Lifestyle

The Brutal Truth About Working as a Creative

Don’t get me wrong, I love my job and wouldn’t trade it for anything else… But, what you perceive on the outside isn’t always as prestigious as it seems. Yes, I’m sure you’ve heard that...

Written by: Susan Hang

Lifestyle, Personal Development

What 2017 Has Taught Me About Life So Far

I’m typically a fan of “lessons” posts at the end of the year, but I’ve encountered enough sticky situations that I’m starting early… Most of this may seem intuitive, but life is funny in what...

Written by: Susan Hang