Have you ever thought while you were reading my blog that this is something that you might want to do? You know, share stories about things that go on in your life, and have so many of your internet friends comment on it? No? That’s okay. There are plenty of us out there, and this October we’ll be convening in Atlanta, Georgia again for the 8th annual TypeA Parent conference. If you are thinking about creating a blog, or are a blog owner that needs to find YOUR people, then you should look no further than this conference.
TypeA holds a special place in my heart because it was the first blogging conference that I attended four years ago, and it definitely made a difference in my book. I happened to win a ticket from someone who could no longer attend, and there I met the likes of Amiyrah from 4 Hats and Frugal, and Danyelle from The Cubicle Chick (who was gracious enough to let me room with her.)
I’ve learned many great things having to do with treating my blog as a business while still keeping that storyteller feel about it. I’ve learned about photography, and if you don’t believe me, you can check out some of my earlier blog posts to know just how far I’ve come. I’ve learned the importance of standing up for things via social media, and how much fun AND important Twitter is. I’ve learned not to necessarily jump on bandwagons, and what great new apps help me bring the best and brightest to you all…my readers.
I have a special code for those of you who may still be on the fence about attending. Of course the code will save you money, and maybe just maybe you and I will get to hang out in the ATL! Just use the code PARTNERSPECIAL when you click the link, and you’ll save on your registration! Not only will there be awesome learning opportunities, but the ladies and gentlemen of TypeA know how to have a good time. The learning continues right onto the dance floor, or in the hallways late at night.
Kelby Carr, the founder of TypeA Parent does a PHENOMENAL job of putting on one of the best conferences for bloggers that isn’t overwhelming. I was glad to have attended TypeA first before attending a larger conference, which I also happen to love, because I am not sure that I would have had an anxiety attack.
Perfect for the introvert, the extrovert, the introvert disguised as an extrovert and everything in between, you’ll be happy to have attended. If that’s still too much for you, you can choose to attend TypeANYC in August 2015. Or, you can do both, it’s all up to you!
Until then, I’ll be anxiously awaiting all of the awesome learning opportunities, and friendships waiting to be made.