|Inspirational People From Bloggy Conference 2011|
Back in 2011, the gals of Bloggy Conference took a chance when they invited me to speak on "How I Found a Job On Twitter." Looking back, that was a game changer for me. Bloggy Conference in Mason, Ohio, was the first blog conference I had ever attended. Having been a blogger for two years, I did not know that there were other people that would "get" me. Bam- Bloggy Conference showed me! I also roomed with Lucinda Cross, how cool is that? If you don't know Lucinda, google her. Trust me, you will be glad you did!
Last year's Bloggy Conference was in downtown Cincinnati, the people were awesome, but I can honestly say that being a country gal from Iowa, I was not impressed with the city life in Cincinnati. The conference itself made up for the location. Johnny Rocket's rocked, the actual walk to get there, not so! But, I met some awesome bloggers while making that walk, so all was good. And of course, the amazing Tracy Beckerman was in the speaker line-up - love that lady!
|Inspirational People From Bloggy Conference 2012|
So, we now fast forward to 2013 and I am so honored and excited to be back in the speaker line up at Bloggy Conference 2013! And I must say, Cedar Point looks to be an amazing location to have a blogging conference, don't you think? Perfect for a Mom writing more on travel, each and every day!
The other cool thing- there are tickets available. If you have always wanted to attend a blogging conference, but were unsure about how to go about it. Buy your ticket to Bloggy Conference 2013, and you will not look back- only forward.
I am so excited for my friend Amiyrah of 4 Hats and Frugal, ash she is also in the speaker line-up this year at Bloggy Conference. Amiyrah and I met at Bloggy Conference in 2011 and have gotten to be good friends over the years. The relationships that I have made at Bloggy Conference are truly priceless.
Long story short, if you have attended Bloggy Conference, I admire you! You have believed in me, inspired me, showed me how to be a better person, and given me opportunities that I had no clue were out there for women like me. Get your ticket now, you won't regret it. After All, It's All In a Mom's Day, Right?