Oct 19 2011

Blissdom Canada

Looking At Our Online and Offline Community

by: Sharon DeVellis

I was going to write about all these lessons I learned from Blissdom Canada.  How attending a panel on monetizing your blog made me realize I don't want to monetize Speed Skating Mom.  How inspired I was by people I admire. 

Oct 10 2011

Blissdom Canada

Who's Attending

by: Sharon DeVellis

Hi All!  Here it is - if you signed up (and even if you didn't) it's the Blissdom cheat sheet.  And yes, there's a possibility that you're listed as someone another attendee wants to meet.  So check it out!  Yowza! 

You can download it here.

Also, I only added your comment in the "Who Y'all Want To Meet" if you listed a specific person.  Otherwise your printer would hate me. 

Who's excited!  Woot Woot!

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Oct 2 2011

Blissdom Canada

Getting To Know You

by: Sharon DeVellis

The Blissdom Canada conference is quickly approaching and I'm not gonna lie....I'm all Gahhhhhhh because I'm socially awkward and never remember anyone's names.  It also doesn't help when someone uses a logo for their avatar because I'm a visual person and seeing a face helps me remember a name....so the logo thing throws me for a loop.  I'm pretty it's some sort of twitter avatar learning disability.  

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The Face, The Voice, The Blog!

Sharon has been with YMC since the very beginning and is now the Senior Writer where she maintains the YMC voice which sounds very similar to the voice in her head. It seems being crazy has finally paid off.

She can't teach you how to keep your house clean while balancing a job and motherhood but if you're a mom who's struggling to figure it out, you will probably relate, so welcome.

You can follow Sharon on Twitter: @SharonDV No seriously do it. She's funny on Twitter. Sometimes.

You can also visit her at: Speed Skating Mom: On The Slow Track To Becoming Fast

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