All about the moments: My first ProBlogger experience......

Oh WOW, what can I say. The past three days have been amazing, attending my first ever ProBlogger conference. Leading in I was looking forward to the conference and I was calmly and serenely excited if there can be such a thing. But with the conference over I'm reflecting about what has made it so special and unlike any other type of conference or personal development experience I've had in my adult life.

What's "made" the weekend so wonderful for me has been the conversations, friendships and connections I've made. I truly believe that no encounter is by chance but a destined crossing of paths and moments. Every session I attended over the weekend I left with reams of notes and insights, things I'm inspired to do in my personal life as well as my on line life with my blog and business.


A question that is asked by seasoned attendees to first timers like me is what has been your "takeaway" from a session, what has clicked and inspired you? My "takeaway" moments have actually come through one on one moments with amazing souls like Bron from Maxabella Loves (it's been a long wait) and many others.


I've made new friends and have new blogs to follow written by people who I've spent a weekend talking to, and finding that we have personal beliefs, philosophies, goals and life paths that intertwine.

Ultimately my experience at ProBlogger has been about the conversations and the moments with so many people, too many to name and link to right now. But in coming days and weeks I will be endeavoring to connect those people again on a private and personal note to thank you for the "moments".

Squishing "the moments" together with the amazing line up of speakers arranged by Darren Rowse and the ProBlogger team, has left me with an incredible memory. Not only a memory but one that is surely set to have a life changing affect, as I continue to seek out bliss and happiness in all that I do on and off line.

Finally one can not come away from a weekend like this and not expect some change. I'll be spending some time working on showing and delivering myself and you some of those changes. As for this coming week on the blog expect some further round up posts, what I wore (all vintage, all the way baby)and practical and actionable insights from what I learnt.

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My Vintage Childhood: All about the moments: My first ProBlogger experience......

Monday, September 1, 2014

All about the moments: My first ProBlogger experience......

Oh WOW, what can I say. The past three days have been amazing, attending my first ever ProBlogger conference. Leading in I was looking forward to the conference and I was calmly and serenely excited if there can be such a thing. But with the conference over I'm reflecting about what has made it so special and unlike any other type of conference or personal development experience I've had in my adult life.

What's "made" the weekend so wonderful for me has been the conversations, friendships and connections I've made. I truly believe that no encounter is by chance but a destined crossing of paths and moments. Every session I attended over the weekend I left with reams of notes and insights, things I'm inspired to do in my personal life as well as my on line life with my blog and business.


A question that is asked by seasoned attendees to first timers like me is what has been your "takeaway" from a session, what has clicked and inspired you? My "takeaway" moments have actually come through one on one moments with amazing souls like Bron from Maxabella Loves (it's been a long wait) and many others.


I've made new friends and have new blogs to follow written by people who I've spent a weekend talking to, and finding that we have personal beliefs, philosophies, goals and life paths that intertwine.

Ultimately my experience at ProBlogger has been about the conversations and the moments with so many people, too many to name and link to right now. But in coming days and weeks I will be endeavoring to connect those people again on a private and personal note to thank you for the "moments".

Squishing "the moments" together with the amazing line up of speakers arranged by Darren Rowse and the ProBlogger team, has left me with an incredible memory. Not only a memory but one that is surely set to have a life changing affect, as I continue to seek out bliss and happiness in all that I do on and off line.

Finally one can not come away from a weekend like this and not expect some change. I'll be spending some time working on showing and delivering myself and you some of those changes. As for this coming week on the blog expect some further round up posts, what I wore (all vintage, all the way baby)and practical and actionable insights from what I learnt.

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5 Comments:

At September 1, 2014 at 10:19 PM , Blogger Bron Maxabella said...

Ah, I love that photo of us (even though my head does look absolutely enormous - we need to readjust our positioning). Online friendships are what have re-sparked the blogging fire in me. x

 
At September 5, 2014 at 9:50 PM , Blogger Bron Maxabella said...

Hahhahahaha - just popping over to laugh a lot because there was my face on the Weekend Rewind. xxx

 
At September 8, 2014 at 10:15 AM , OpenID Dancing Through Sunday said...

Some great highlights in there. I am so going next year!

 
At September 11, 2014 at 4:49 PM , Blogger Sophie Isobel said...

So beautiful to read about your powerful experience and I love what Bron said above, about online friendships re-sparking her blogging fire, I'm totally feeling the same way. Big Love xxx

 
At September 22, 2014 at 1:46 PM , Blogger Christina Lowry said...

Sounds wonderful! I have had one baby after another since I started blogging - one day I will manage to get to an event like this though!! I felt a similar feeling after doing the Finders Keepers and BrisStyle markets. Here were these amazing creative people who I 'knew' online, and they were just as lovely, genuine and inspiring in person. That community is so unique and supportive, and like Bron and Sophie said, reason enough to fall in love with blogging all over again. :)

 

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