Why BlogHer is Important for DIY Bloggers

Last year at BlogHer'12, I found myself overwhelmed by the coupon, mommy, brand ambasador, style, and fitness bloggers. What in the world was I, a home decor and trend blogger, doing at this conference? Where did I fit in?!...more
These meetups look like great fun!more

Jockey Custom Fit Bra Review

When I got home from BlogHer'13, of course I had to try on the cups that we got from Jockey's new custom tailored fit bra. I'm always on the quest to find something comfortable to hold up the ladies. I  gasped at the retail price of $60 but Jockey gave us a 30 dollar off coupon.  I figured what the heck I'll give it a try nothing seems to ever control these girls way they should.  After going to BlogHer, I decided maybe I should start wearing foam cups, for modesty.  Every single picture of me from Chicago, well you can see my nipples! ...more
Well, I found out there is a Jockey outlet near me, so I went & found out. The cup 10 is no ...more

3 Reasons Why the BlogHer '13 Fashion Show Rocked My Socks

Yesterday I shared a bit about my decision to walk in the BlogHer '13 Fashion Show and today I want to share why it was such  a fabulous experience. It really came down to 3 things, really: 1) being a part of a ...more

What Blogging Voice Need Do You Fill?

There was an awesome moment during the BlogHer'13 Anatomy of a Story panel on Saturday when Vikki said, "Everybody needs a gay... and so I always think about, when I write on my blog, that I'm the gay for people that don't have one." People started laughing and tweeting what she said because it was a great sound bite. But more importantly, Vikki spoke to the role we serve as niche bloggers. ...more
JenAnnHall  Thank you for sharing your experience!more

A Sense of Belonging - BlogHer '13

Charlie and I had a wonderful time in Chicago at the end of July. We went sightseeing and I attended the BlogHer 2013 conference. This is my third time attending the annual BlogHer conference....more

8 Things to Do with Those Tit Cups from BlogHer '13 and Jockey

I got a lot of swag  at my first BlogHer conference. Some of it was really cool and some I could have done without (like the 16 oz. bottle of Lubriderm which was travel-unfriendly). However, the most interesting  piece of swag that was even trending on Twitter almost immediately, were Jockey's "tit cups" (as they were labled by the blogosphere).Here are 8 things you can do with your 'tit cups' if you haven't thrown them out yet.1. Use them as a snack bowl for your kids or at your work station...more

VIDEO: Relive a Little of BlogHer '13 with Our Videos, Now Live!

Happy Friday! Our BlogHer '13 official conference videos are live! We know that both those who attended and those who couldn't make it love to watch these, so we're thrilled to put them here for your viewing pleasure! Would you like to relive a little of BlogHer '13 with me? Okay, let's go. ...more
@Mediamum Phew, thanks for the catch!more

From One BlogHer Newbie to Another...Can We Talk?

"Did she just say don't turn your blog into a book proposal?" -- Me whispering to my friend during the "How To Turn Your Blog Into A Book Proposal" session....more

BlogHer '13 Photos Are LIVE -- and Lookin' Good!

I am pleased to tell you that our Official Photos from BlogHer '13 are IN HOUSE. We are excited to share them with you today. I love me a good picture, and our photographers -- Danielle Tsi, Nader Khouri and Ricky Kluge -- delivered some good pictures. You all are some good lookin' people! It's a treat for the eye, a way to relive all the fun of the conference again. Or, most of it anyway....more
Hello there, Jenna! What a fun, exceptionally inviting post. The photos are just BlogHer-icious. ...more

Thoughts on Attending BlogHer '13 with a Disability

There are many blog posts about the mega BlogHer event that concluded in Chicago almost two weeks ago. Each one I read was wonderful, detailing the unique camaraderie between bloggers, discussing the brands at the Expo Hall, and summing up what each blogger learned both from the sessions and their own personal experiences. As a writer and a health advocate, I can’t sit still without using my own voice about BlogHer from the point of view of a midlifer and someone living with a disability. ...more
cgermans Thanks Christie!  What a lovely thing to say.more