You guys, it’s been a whirlwind couple of weeks. But while I’ve been running around all over the place, I couldn’t miss filling you in on how Philly’s first blogger conference, The Blog Connect, went! I know I shared the details of the conference not too long ago, but after attending the all-day event, I can attest: it lived up to the hype. I’m so glad it did, as I didn’t want all of this hype and excitement to be for nothing. Because of its success, I wouldn’t be surprised if the organizers had decided to look at this conference planning template, from somewhere like Smart Works (find out here for more information), to put the event together, as well as ensuring that it went off without a hitch. Whatever they did, it worked, and it was one of the best conferences I have ever been to.
Happy Leap Day, you crazy kids! February has been a super busy month for me, and now that I’ve gotten these cold weather cravings out of my system, I’m loving these little tastes of spring weather lately. There’s a lot to look forward to this month, and today, I’m coming to you with two little (/major, semi-time sensitive) announcements.
Bring. On. The. Cold. I know some of you rejoiced with the 70 degree weather the past few weeks, but not me. I actually prefer not to be sweating as I’m schlepping up and down the stairs of Anthro to finish my holiday shopping, thank you very much. However, I gotta tell you guys: this holiday spirit thing? I’m in it. December has been good to me, and I have a few little things I wanted to share as my fall update, sneaking it right in before winter officially comes on Monday.
Blogging season is here! Covering new, cool things in Philadelphia (or even the oldies that I may just have not discovered yet) requires going to a lot of events (which I am so grateful for). Seriously, forcing myself to go out after work was one of the reasons I started this blog, and I can honestly say getting out there has helped me in so many aspects of my life. If you want to start a blogging adventure of your own, it might be worth visiting hostiserver.com for assistance regarding your web hosting needs. But, the one thing about events in this city (that I’ve found, anyway) is, when they’re happening, they’re all happening. After a very boring January, this last week was my first week back out with my normal schedule – and I had so much fun. Come along on a week in my life . . .