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

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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.

 

Listening and Capturing Keynotes Is... Key!

 

On Thursday night, SidneyYork performed on the big stage. My friends and I enjoyed the 90's feel. Daily's was the sponsor of the evening and walked around, ahem, lei-ing people. Always a good start to a conference!

 

 

Friday morning, Lisa Stone, Elisa Camahort Page, and Jory Des Jardins got us fired up with their kick-off to the conference. We learned that 52% of conference attendees this year were #BlogHerNewbies -- and other important stats about BlogHer and blogging in general.

 

 

Immediately after the three BlogHer Co-Founders got us revved up for the conference, Ree Drummond, the Pioner Woman, came on to tell us all about her experience from starting her blog to her show on Food Network -- and beyond. We laughed a lot and enjoyed her great photographs.

 

 

That afternoon, Elisa took to the stage to interview Guy Kawasaki, the first non-Presidential, non-Community-Keynoter male Keynoter! Cool.

 

 

As all of the sessions wrapped up on Friday evening, we all returned to the Sheraton for my favorite part of the BlogHer conference: Voices of the Year Community Keynote. I cried -- happy and heartbroken tears. I think you will too. Tissue warning!

 

 

If you are interested in sharing individual VOTY videos, the links are as follows:

 

First thing on Saturday morning, Sheryl Sandberg asked us what we would do if we weren't afraid during her Lean In keynote with Lisa Stone. (So? What would you do?)

 

 

Immediately following Sheryl's keynote, attendees formed some Lean In Circles and got into the nitty-gritty of leaning in. If you're wondering what it's all about, you simply have to watch this video.

 

 

Over lunch, Lourds Lane wowed our audience with a performance.

 

 

Immediately after Lourds' performance, Jory interviewed Majora Carter, Lisa Donovan, Brit Morin, and Randi Zuckerberg in the Makers and Creators keynote. Their keynote brought some animated faces and talk to the stage. See?

 

 

As Jory started out with saying, there was no roadmap for these women to reach their success. It's vastly interesting to hear each of their experiences.

 

 

For the final keynote of the conference, Elisa interviewed Gale Anne Hurd. Maybe you've heard of Walking Dead? Yeah. The preview for the next season at the beginning was omgintense, and her interview left the audience feeling inspired.

 

 

We closed out the conference in style -- quite literally -- with the 2nd Annual BlogHer Fashion Show. If you want to see all types of confident women strutting their stuff on the catwalk, don't miss this one!

 

 

Interested in sharing individual bloggers' fashion walks? Here they are!

And... scene.

That's a lot of video to watch. When you've finished it all up and feel like you're still needing more BlogHer '13, go still frame with our official BlogHer photos or read all of our session transcripts.

 

Family/Moms & Events Section Editor Jenna Hatfield (@FireMom) blogs at Stop, Drop and Blog.

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