Give the Gift of BlogHer!

It's that time of year -- where most of us (read me) desperately search for the perfect gift for the people in our lives. Time feels a little pinched right now, and maybe you've simply run out of ideas. We here at BlogHer have a solution: The gift of a BlogHer conference ticket! It's a pretty quick and easy process and your friends and loved ones will be thrilled. Here is the process:...more
KarenLynnn shoot there's a stray s in there. Can you reload and try it now? I think I fixed it.more

Announcing the BlogHer Food '14 Agenda!

Today we're excited to announce the agenda for BlogHer Food '14! The Call for Ideas closed a few weeks ago, and once again, this amazing community of food writers, creators, and lovers didn't fail to impress! We've sorted through the hundreds of scrumptious submissions and created a program that will be a feast for the senses, the soul, your website, and your business....more
It's a great combo! -Momo RT ehellah: BlogHer IN MY HOMETOWN. How can I say no to food & Miami??more

Time to Lean In? #BlogHer14

As the deadline to submit an idea for BlogHer '14 fast approaches, I keep opening and shutting the tab with that link over there. The days are passing quickly, and if I don't get my idea out there, it will be December 3 and the big idea will hit me.First, I should say that I haven't bought my ticket yet. I know. I feel like a small fish in a big sea of bloggers....more

Hoping for a BlogHer '14 miracle

Before I bought my ticket for BlogHer '14 I did some research into the cost of flights, and quickly discovered that it would be (in my books, at least) expensive. ...more
The Missing Niche That would have been nice, wouldn't it?! Still holding out hope for the lottery...more

Jama Masjid: A visual

 Jama Masjid, Delhi....more

BlogHer '14 Hotels: A Video Tour to Help You Pick Your Hotel!

Hi, I'm a dork. I'm SO excited that BlogHer '14 is coming back to the Bay Area, where it all began! I bought my pass right away when it was announced, and then they shared the hotels a couple of weeks later. Wait. HotelS? With an S? Yup. There are four official hotels for BlogHer '14! ...more
that was so awesome. thank you for doing this. i'm local too (sf resident, grew up in east bay) ...more

Nanci Jo Frazer Working from Home News

We all have been educated to go to school… and do what we are told so we can graduate. Then we should go to college… do what we are told so we can graduate. Then we should find a job and do what we are told so we can get paid. But what if there are no jobs? What if the three jobs you have mean you have no life, no family time and no promise of anything better? Then you may want to consider starting a home base business....more

Announcing the BlogHer '14 Call for Ideas!

At BlogHer PRO last month, we announced the location and opened ticket sales (capped at 2,500!) for the 10th Annual BlogHer Conference, coming back to San Jose, CA. Today, we're excited to discover what you want to contribute to BlogHer '14, what you hope to learn, and who you want to hear from -- the call for ideas is now open!...more
A "writer's camp" - set aside a conference room, make it cafe-comfy, sofas, comfy chairs, a ...more

Social

Lately I’ve really been thinking about my social life. Yes, I get out a lot with Mason but a lot of the time it’s just talking to a kid, doing kid things. I’ve lost touch with the Tabitha that was always planning get togethers, not shy when around people. My family hasn’t planned a girls day in months. We hardly ever see any of my friends not even for playdates, so I’m not even getting that social interaction. And I miss it all!! I miss my friends and family… I see enough of my husband and Mason, lol just kidding ;)...more

Riding the High of my First Blogging Conference

I’m pretty new to the blogging world, but I have absolutely fallen in love with my blog and writing.  I love sitting at my computer to crank out a post as much as I love brainstorming about new ideas; and I *love* talking about my blog.  It’s a little obsessive, but it gives me a creative outlet in a (mostly) non-creative life.  It’s liberating.  And it gives me joy.I will not apologize for anything that brings me joy....more