I will be attending in a few weeks. If you aren’t sure about going, I’ve got a new vlog that shares why I’m looking forward to BlogHer in Orlando.
There is only once conference that I not only look forward to, but I receive a return on my investment each and every year I attend–and that is #BlogHer15.
I’m en route currently to #BlogHer14 in San Jose, California. Silicon Valley. Where technology rules. Read about what I’m looking forward to most this year.
After processing all of the brilliant info I received during Type A Bootcamp Walt Disney World, I took on the task of recapping the magic of the event.
Here are my Notes from SHINE: How To Use Your Blogging Powers for Good, which I recently presented at the 2nd annual Niche Parent Conference in Florida.
In episode 2 of the Work it Podcast, we talk a little bit about BlogHer and what to expect, what’s in a name when it comes to employment, and so much more!
BlogHer 13 is quickly approaching. Technology is a huge part of a blogger’s life, so the question begs, how many gadgets will you be taking to BlogHer 13?
The Niche Parent ’13 Conference is coming to Fort Lauderdale Beach September 5th though 7th. Win a full conference pass right here on TheCubicleChick.com.
As a person who is always traveling and going on one adventure to another, I was informed about the Family Travel Conference, which takes place every few months. The conference is to connect other traveling families and help them develop tools to broadcast their travels via social media, blogging, video, and much more.
Win a full conference pass from TheCubicleChick.com to the inaugural The Niche Mommy Conference taking place in New Orleans August 23rd through August 26th at the beautiful Roosevelt Hotel, A Waldorf-Astoria Collection. The conference pass is worth $199.00.
Miami. Key Biscayne. The Ritz Carlton. Versace Mansion. Intensions. Cheese. And being thrown out of a hotel room party. All of that and then some happened at the Mom 2.0 Summit this past weekend. Take a look-see at my wrap up!
What do you do with all of the business cards you get? For me, storing them digitally is great, but I also like to keep the actual physical card—people spend a lot of money on those cards, so I don’t like to toss them out. Here’s a video showing you how I organize and keep the business cards I receive from others.