Last year I had the pleasure of attending my first Wow Summit in Chicago. I had just started my own blog and I was excited about meeting some fellow moms and bloggers and learning more about healthy brands and the business of blogging. Moms Meet delivered! This year, I am even more excited because I will be speaking at the event (more speakers here) and I can’t wait to share some awesome writing tips with you all about Finding Your Voice. If you’re in the SoCal area, it’s definitely worth checking out!
Good for you Brands
Last year at the conference, each attendee had the opportunity to go to an exhibit hall to interact with healthy brands. So many fantastic brands came and shared information about their products. I cannot tell you how many how many awesome products I got to try. There were both big brands and startup brands as well. It was so wonderful to have the opportunity to hear more about each product and ask questions.
Moms and Bloggers Welcome
The Wow Summit has something for everyone. Although the Friday program is for bloggers, Saturday is open to moms as well. There are some fantastic talks, DIY presentations as well as the exhibit hall on Saturday. There are lots of different workshops from which to choose, so there is always something for everyone. The summit speakers are from a wide range of backgrounds so the talks and workshops are relevant and engaging. You can check out the schedule here for this year.
The Wow Summit is such a great place to meet other moms in a supportive environment. I met so many wonderful ladies in Chicago last year and I loved having the opportunity to share ideas and best practices. Although our days were filled with lots of workshops, there were still so many opportunities for attendees to get together and chat.
If you are a mom or a blogger in the Anaheim area November 2nd and 3rd, I would love to see you there! The best part? You can register here and using the code BADASAMOTHER you can get an awesome discount!
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