As part of my various work and personal goals and obligations, I go to a lot of blogging conferences.
Seriously. A LOT. You’ve probably seen me at the one you went to. Most of the time I’m working at the conferences – either representing a client or speaking (sometimes even both), but once in a while I get to go to a conference and just BE.
Normally I’d be representing a client, collecting cards for blogger outreach, trying to find new partners for a client or more. Sometimes I have to go hide in my room because I’m so tired of glad-handing and charming and pitching.
But not at Aiming Low’s Non-Conference.
Blessedly, I was lucky enough to attend the Non-Con a couple of weeks ago, in way-the-hell-outside-of-Atlanta, Georgia, where about seventy-five bloggers gathered to share and learn and grow. Instead of panels, there were round tables. There was chocolate and a costume party and a lot of time sitting in the sun and laughing.
It was AMAZING. Seriously. AMAZING.
The Aiming Low Non-Conference was the most enriching blogging experience I’ve had in years. I came home full-up and happy.
While I was there, I pleaded with folks to let me take portraits of them. I took tons of them, but sadly I’m not a real photographer and many of them came out out-of-focus and terrible (so please forgive me if you aren’t included here!). But some of them came out great. So I present to you, my Aiming Low Non-Con Binder Full of Women.
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