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Blogalicious 2016 is approaching fast. Here are the must know details for the event this fall:
Conference dates: November 3-5, 2016
Location: Atlanta, GA at the Grand Hyatt Buckhead
Registration site: http://blogalicious.evolero.com/blogalicious-weekend-2016
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A Word from Robyn, one of the speakers for the Blogalicious Conference:
I’m so honored that Robyn’s Healthy Living and Mawu Angels were chosen to be Presenters at this year’s Blogalicious 8 Conference in Atlanta! Join me and Keme Hawkins, PhD, Saturday, November 5, 2016 at 7AM, we’ll be teaching a workshop and yoga class on self-care for creatives! Living life from an artistic and creative point of view requires different self-care and wellness practices than what we’re taught in school.
– Check out Robyn’s Healthy Living
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I signed up for the VIP Mastermind Day Presented by AARP. This will include a breakfast session, discussions, panels, workshops, and great opportunities to network with the industry’s thought-leaders in technology, business, and charitable causes.
The Early Bird Sessions include titles like “Elevating Your Circle of Influence” and “Create Your Own Mobile App”. The day’s festivities will close with a Welcome Reception presented by Coca-Cola and a late night pow-wow with conference co-founder Stacey Ferguson. Ms. Ferguson, also known as Justice Fergie, will be joining Founder Nely Galan in welcoming the featured speakers and hosts of the event on Thursday Novemebr 3rd.
I am most looking forward to seeing Ashley Colemon of Write Laugh Dream, she has a built a great community of writers who encourage, motivate, and empower one another. Her monthly writing prompts are helpful for women who want to compose a reflective piece but are suffering from a creative block. Check out her blogs/courses here.
Launched in 2009, Blogalicious is a conference held every year to “elevate multicultural voices in digital media.” The goal of Blogalicious is to “grow a supportive and vibrant community of influencers that celebrates digital diversity.” Like the Fanpage 👍🏾