Mommy Blog Expert: Getting Back to Work After Mom 2 Summit Where Moms Who Blog Gathered to Share & Learn

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Getting Back to Work After Mom 2 Summit Where Moms Who Blog Gathered to Share & Learn



It's always hard to hunker down, refocus and get back to work after coming back on a high from such a fabulous conference as Mom 2.0 Summit which took place last week April 29 to May 1 in Phoenix. 

Me at the Kia booth,
Not only was it a blast driving from California to Arizona with fellow blogger and friend Lori Cunningham of Well Connected Mom, it was super sweet seeing all the friends I don't normally get together with in IRL except at meet ups like this because we are dispersed throughout the U.S. and Canada. It was equally awesome to interact with a host of A-list sponsoring brands during the event such as Dove, Kia, Best Buy, Lindt Chocolate, Fandango, Adobe Photoshop Elements and lots of others.

Lindt Chocolates and Wine,

Now it's back to the day-to-day solitary job of blogging and consulting as a social media strategist from my home office. As soon as I get caught up on email (I get 3000+ emails per day) and a few other minor details at home, like taking care of my hubby and kids, I'll be back with a full recap.

Iris Awards at the Ritz-Carlton Phoenix,

What you see in this post is just the tip of the iceberg. I have many more stories and photos to share related to the brands I met with, what I learned at this conference's workshops including the opening keynote with actress and mom Molly Ringwald and the Iris Awards which featured a surprise Master of Cermonies: dad and actor Andrew McCarthy who played Molly's love interest in the movie Pretty in Pink (1986).

Arizona Saguaro Cactus,

FTC Disclosure: Though I did receive a variety of gift bags, giftcards and products during the conference, I paid for my own event ticket and travel expenses to attend Mom 2.0 Summit Opinions in this post are my own. See complete FTC Disclosure information that appears at the bottom of MommyBlogExpert's main page and at the bottom of every individual post on this blog, including this one.

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