My BlogHer '10 Business Cards, and What You Should Think About When Designing Yours

[Editor's Note: While this post references BlogHer '10, the advice about creating effective business cards is still top notch. I thought for those of you preparing for BlogHer '11 this post could serve as a great support to your experience. Thus, no worries - it is STILL 2011 and BlogHer '11 is in San Diego regardless of what references are made within the post. Enjoy! -PaulaG] ...more
I live in beautiful Palm Beach County, Florida.  I am a Training Instructor in Employee ...more

Wondering what the BlogHer11 Pathfinder Day hashtags are?

This year is my first BlogHer.  I'm super excited so I made sure to sign up for Pathfinder Day.  Because there are so many sessions it seemed like following just the #Blo...more

PreCon Preview: The Change Yourself Track

Our blogs can be tremendous vehicles for life change -– whether we're trying to effect it, document it, or heal from its aftermath. This Change Yourself track explores how our blogs can trigger or support personal transformation. Want to grow? Join in to these conversations...more

My Top BlogHer Conference Mistakes

I have been to BlogHer '06, '07, '08, '09, '10 and am about to leave for BlogHer '11. I also attended BlogHer Food in '09, '10, and 11.This means I've lots of experience in...well...making mistakes. I share to help you avoid them or remind me what's to like about BlogHer....more
I'm with Jenna on the "sit with new people" thing but considering it's my first BlogHer EVERYONE ...more

Leaving the Kids for BlogHer '11: What If He's Fine Without Me?

It's officially the week of BlogHer '11. That means all of those attending who have children and aren't bringing them along are gearing up to leave our beloved little ones behind. The break will be great, of course. No cutting up someone else's meat. No reason to not have a cocktail -- or three -- with lunch. Uninterrupted sleep. But there's always that longing, the question if they're okay, the pit in your stomach. I've read many a post over the past few weeks by moms who are sharing their misgivings (and joy!) about leaving the kids behind for the conference. Amber's post at Strocel.com had such a loving, touching tone to it, that I thought sharing it as a representation of what we're all dealing with as moms would be helpful for all. ...more
It actually made a for a stronger bond between baby and dad ;)more

Conference Corner: A Word about Expo Hall Demos

If you’ve taken a look at the BlogHer ’11 agenda lately, you’re probably aware by now that BlogHer offers something for everyone. There’s a ton of diverse programming at BlogHer events -- we’re offering EIGHT tracks, plus Birds of a Feather meet-ups....more
I will be checking out the Google + demos for sure!



~Alliemore



Questionnaire: BlogHer Session: Making Media On the Go

Anyone involved in social media understands the importance of mobile technology as a tool. At BlogHer  next week, we will be presenting a panel called  "Mobile Multimedia: Making Media on the Go".  To prepare, we wanted to hear from the BlogHer community on what mobile technology they are using for multi-media content creation. So we created some questions that we hope you can take a minute and respond via comments to this post....more
Take our mobilemedia quiz:We'll reveal answers at #BlogHer11 session MakingMediaOnGo ...more

Packing Books for BlogHer '11? My Five Tips

What books are you packing in your bags to take to BlogHer '11? I know, I can hear you -- no one has time to read at BlogHer. We're in sessions! We're at parties! We're hanging out with people we only see once a year! That's true. Many of us also have to travel to get there and I'll be honest, sometimes a quiet five minutes in a corner with a book is just want I need to recharge. Pack a book, you'll thank me, but be smart about it. Here are my five tips for packing books. ...more
"Generosity: An Enhancement" by Richard Powers.more

Are You Going to the BlogHer Conference in San Diego? Tell Us What Excites You About it Most!

It’s BlogHer 2011 week!  Over 3,000 attendees are anticipated at the San Diego Marriott, where they will be able to mingle with other bloggers, enjoy the fabulous weather and food and attend all the parties and conference sessions.  Are you going to be one of them?  Tell us what you’re looking forward to most about this fantastic annual event.     ...more
The first day of my first BlogHer conference. It was a great experience. I met some nice ...more

Taking Your Kids to BlogHer: What's It Like?

With BlogHer '11 just one week away (woo hoo!), many parents are gearing up to leave their kids behind for two days of conference chaos. However, as BlogHer has once again paired up with KiddieCorp, some parents choose to bring their kiddos along for the ride. Still others bring the whole family and make an extended vacation out of the trip. One such mom, Barbara at Tales of Life with a Girl on the Go, wrote about her experiences of bringing her daughter to both BlogHer '09 and '10. ...more
I almost (ALMOST) wish we were bringing the kids with us this year. Maybe if BlogHer '12 is a ...more