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Important Recaps of the Bloggers At Midlife Conference

recapping the Bloggers at Midlife ConferenceOh, goodness. I’m still trying to catch up on all of the incredible recaps of what the Bloggers at Midlife Conference meant to my fellow attendees. I haven’t even written my own post yet – I’m too busy trying to capture the feel and the people and the way it felt to be there with so many incredible women.

Susan speaks freely about the importance of women at midlife and our role in today’s world. One of my favorite quotes from her post states, “We’ve not only conquered the internet, we know how to wield its power.” And she is so so right.

This hilarious post by Roxanne over at Boomer Haiku made me laugh. Her It Happened in Vegas  observations will bring a smile to your face. You’ll get a true glimpse at how easy we all found it to connect to one another throughout the weekend.

Paula shares how the conference made her feel, along with some info on the presenters of the first day of the conference in her Dancing Through Midlife post.

I love the title of Doreen’s post. Unselfishly Uplifting. What a perfect term for these incredible women.

Teresa was one of our lovely hostesses for the weekend. And as one of the coordinators of BAM she has a lovely experience visiting one of the sponsors to share. And she also gives you a great visual recap of the disco party. Such fun!

Want to learn more about the conference sponsors? Beth Anne has some fantastic information for you. But honestly? I absolutely LOVE this post from her with her thoughts on the weekend, the conference, and the connections. (And more on the sponsors, too!)

Estelle shares some details on her panel, Art and Craft of Writing and Placing Personal Essays.

Joan’s takeaways from the event are fantastic. She shares some fantastic information that she has been thinking about since the conference ended. So if you didn’t attend – or perhaps especially if you didn’t – you should absolutely head over to Gramcracker Crumbs to find out more. And an extra special thanks to Joan for the beautiful photo from the hotel grounds used in the image for this post.

Believe it or not – I could keep going with these recaps! If you missed the first round please have a look at that information – there were some more phenomenal takeaways from the Bloggers At Midlife Conference shared. And if you want to connect with these incredible women even more – consider joining us in our Women of Midlife Facebook group. We’d love to see you there.

Andrea Bates

Andrea is a native New Yorker living in NC who has become quite accustomed to wearing flip flops year-round. A licensed clinical social worker, she spends her free time volunteering for a number of organizations supporting women (more specifically, mothers) in need of a reminder that they are not alone. Andrea blogs at <a href="//goodgirlgoneredneck.com”">Good Girl Gone Redneck</a>, where she writes from the heart, sharing the ins and outs of parenting, family and relationships. She also devours books and regularly features her honest reviews, ensuring that her readers are intrigued and ready for more.

Joan stommen

Monday 9th of May 2016

Thanks again for sharing these highlights, I'm going to pin also Georgia future reference

Susan Williams

Thursday 5th of May 2016

Pinned it! Thanks so much for sharing this!

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