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Roundup of #BAMC15 Posts

The first Bloggers At Midlife conference is a happy memory, and the next one is already being planned (last weekend in April 2016–save the date!)

Over a hundred women over forty braved a winter storm to travel to Nashville, Tennessee, to stay at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and attend a day of learning about this industry of writing online.

Thanks to our amazing sponsors like Stouffer’s, Nissan USA, Vibrant Nation, Collective Bias, One2One Network, Albertini International, Cabot Cheese, Always Discreet, 1010 Park Place, and more, our attendees were able to enjoy great brands and learn about products perfect for our demographic. IMG_3515

The most important thing about the whole event was coming together as a community. Friendships formed online were cemented in real life. New friends were made, very often because they were your roommate and you’d never met before!

It’s a very brave thing to come to a conference like this, whether it’s your first time or your tenth. Enjoy these recaps from some of our attendees and speakers.

If you missed us this year, make it a point to join us next year–see you at BAMC16!

Let’s kick off the recaps here on Midlife Boulevard by Sharon Greenthal “It Was BAM-tastic – the BAM Conference

Alicia Searcy on Spashionista “Bloggers At Midlife Conference 2015

Michelle Poston Combs on Rubber Shoes in Hell “Spill the Wine

Danyelle Little on The Cubicle Chick “Bloggers at Midlife Conference: Broads, Blogs, and Brains #BAMC15

Krysta Manning on The Thoughtful Mom “Motherhood Turned Me Into a Social Cripple

Julia Robinson on Julia Improving “BAM 2015

Connie McLeod on ConnieMcLeod.wordpress.com “The Gift

Helene Bludman on Books is Wonderful “Group Hug for Bloggers at Midlife

Teresa Kindred on The NanaHood “Never Too Old

Rebecca Olkowski on Baby Boomster “Midlife Girlfriends and a Weekend in Nashville #BAMC15

Barbara Rozgonyi on WiredPRWorks “Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest Tips for Bloggers via #BAMC15

and on LinkedIn “3 Social Media Angles for Midlife Women [and all] Bloggers

Pam Lutrell on Over 50 Feeling 40 “What I Learned (and Wore) at BAM!

and “#IMATTER: Perseverance, Risks, and Overcoming

Cathy Chester on An Empowered Spirit “The Gift Of New Midlife Friendships: #BAMC2015

Joy Page Manuel on Catharsis “Life in Between

Barbara Hammond on Zero to 60 and Beyond “Cold and Flu, and #BAM15

Alexandra Williams on Fun and Fit “Actively Aging with People Your Own Age

Pam Wattenbarger on Simply Southern Mom “Take Risks! A Takeaway from BAM Conference 2015

Elizabeth Lee on The New Elizabeth “7 Things I Loved About BAMC15

Elaine Ambrose on ElaineAmbrose.com “The Midlife Blogger Booster Shot

Leisa Hammett on LeisaHammett.com “The Inabilty to Run from Life: a Midlife Bloggers Perspective

Susan Williams on That Susan Williams “Bloggers at Midlife, BAMC15: It’s the People, Stupid!

Jamie Miles on JamieMiles.com “I Started this Blog…and the BAM!

Judy Freedman on A Boomers Life After 50 “The Power of Friendship In The Midlife Blogosphere

Dr. Margaret Rutherford on DrMargaretRutherford.com “100 Midwives Helping Give Birth To An Identity

 

 

Anne Parris

Anne Parris is a managing partner Midlife Boulevard. Her personal blog, Not A Supermom, is your typical mommy blog that her kids say used to be funnier. Anne has a business degree and a dusty résumé from a top accounting firm and a Fortune 500 company, which she reminds herself of every time she is washing underpants. She lives with her family in Virginia and blogs mostly to support her coffee habit.

Rebecca Olkowski

Tuesday 17th of March 2015

Thanks so much for rounding us all up. It's great to have all of them on one page so we don't miss reading any. Wonderful conference and lots of fun.

Barbara Hammond

Tuesday 17th of March 2015

Thanks for including my post, Anne! I really have felt like I was there after reading everyone's personal love letters. I'll definitely be at the next one! And, please keep Philly in mind!! b

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