Monday, September 30, 2013

The Biggest Lesson I've Learned #Femcon13

  
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Virginia Blogger's Club Attending Members: Nicole Dash of Tiny Steps Mommy{Co-organizer and Speaker}, Laura Harders of Beltway Bargain Mom {Speaker}, Heather Paulding of Spunky Real Deals, Wondermom Wannabe, Amy Fitzgerald of Twingles Mom, Gina Lincicum of Money Wise Moms, Nikki of Super NoVa Mom, Lauren Brinkac of DC Healthy Bites, Lindsay Dahl of Lindsay Dahl, Joanne McAlpine of Broadcasting Sunny, Cynthia of Feeding Big and More, Shannah Coe of Just Us Four, Dorie of Dorie Howell Photography, and Catherine Wood of Happily Ever Crafter

It all started with a stache. A hope to succeed. A dream to be at the top of the social media world. Blogging is like an artist beginning to paint on a blank canvas. The possibilities are endless in accordance with the artist's ability and imagination. Saturday October 26th, Femworking, LLC is hosting a Small Business and Blogger Conference in our Nation's Capital. Education, inspiration, and social networking will be among the central themes.

THE Question: 

What is the biggest lesson you have learned about blogging since you began?
THE Reward:  A seat with the all-star panel: Maria Jose Ovalle of Very Busy Mamá – Life Beauty & Style, Monica Sakala of Wired Momma, and Nicole Dash of Tiny Steps Mommy.

It feels nearly impossible for me to narrow down what I have learned as a blogger to one grand lesson, but we shall try! The one thing that has been a constant teaching point for me seems to be the most contradicting: Unplug. Before you try and cloak me in a straight jacket hear me out:) Social networking is about your stats. How many Facebook followers you have, Bloglovin', Instagram, and so forth. Stop counting. Take a brief step away from that keyboard and watch your blog grow.

Unplugging will help you to remember why it is you started blogging in the first place. Live. A small hiatus can refresh the spirit. This mental rest will allow a new rush of ideas and creative energies to flow full force. Nobody inquired about my online absence this past week. I bet you did not even know I was gone, did you? Exactly, so go! My mind is clear and ready to write. My very best writing will bubble to the surface, because I took a step back to enjoy the sunshine.


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