Healthy Living Summit Blogger Safety Presentation

I feel like I’ve been MIA all day! But blogging conferences are very overwhelming so I really focused on being present and enjoying it today.

I especially was present (read: pushed to the front of the line) for lunch!

Healthy Living Summit Blogger Safety Presentation

This was the best conference lunch I’ve had yet! I got a big salad and roasted vegetable sandwich. The tofu was out by the time I got there or I would have been all over that.

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But the best part was the quinoa and chickpeas! LOVE love love chickpeas.

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Dessert was a dough ball made by Katie.

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A little after lunch I did my Blogger Safety presentation. I was very nervous.

Healthy Living Summit Blogger Safety Presentation

You can see everyone looking towards the back of the room, planning their escape.

Healthy Living Summit Blogger Safety Presentation

But, it went okay! No one cried except me and there were some really good questions at the end!

If you figured I was going to be boring and skipped it. Or if you weren’t able to attend HLS here is my Blogger Safety Presentation.

Healthy Living Summit Blogger Safety Presentation

I will also be doing a live webinar and going over the whole thing, plus questions soon!

Let me know if you have any questions.Healthy Living Summit Blogger Safety Presentation

Then it was the usual conference stuff…‘

Healthy Living Summit Blogger Safety Presentation

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Instead of throwing tomatoes at me, Evan chucked a brownie at my head. Luckily, I caught it.IMG_7927 (800x533)

Gretchen was mad she didn’t get one and expressed her anger. “Use your words Gretchen, use your words.”

Healthy Living Summit Blogger Safety Presentation

After the conference was done we made a beeline to Happy Hour!!!

Healthy Living Summit Blogger Safety Presentation

carrotsncake and losing it in the city bloggers

First stop was the Vintage Wine Bar

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Tina, Kath and some random

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But Anne and I had to ditch out to meet up with our dinner dates SmileIMG_7946 (800x533)

Annelies from Attune invited me to join Heather, Meghann, Anne and herself for drinks.IMG_7948 (800x533)

We shared everything

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And I enjoyed a sangria SmileIMG_7957 (533x800)

After a lot of talking about everything under the Philly sun I headed back to meet up with the group.

While everyone headed to dinner Katy and I headed to fro-yo.

Sweet Ending? Don’t mind if I do.

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I piled it high since I was hungry. I love going to fro-yo hungry – fill ‘er up!IMG_7963 (800x533)

I’m crashing. See you in the morning.


  1. Pam says

    great privacy tips! I’ll def. keep this page bookmarked for future references. :)

    Looks like you’re having a great time!! :)

  2. says

    I met Annelies at Fitbloggin – what a sweetheart!

    There’s a ton of great info in that presentation. And you get bonus points for the use of the word “creeper”. Thank you for sharing it with us who didn’t attend HLS.

  3. says

    Thanks for sharing your presentation! I’d love to attend HLS in the future :)

    P.S. Fro-yo looks fab- there’s always room [in some corner] in my stomach for it!

  4. says

    Dear RER:

    As you’re number one stalker, I am sad that you were in my area and I didn’t even realize it. I suck at this. Note to self, get better stalking device.


  5. says

    The HLS looks like a real blast! I am really enjoying reading all the different posts popping up today! So many perspectives, it’s great!! Can’t wait to view your webinar on Blogger Safety!! Thanks for sharing all the great pictures.

  6. says

    Great tips in your presentation! Thanks for sharing it.

    I’ve noticed that some running blogs blur out the the numbers on their race bibs and some don’t. What’s your advice on that regarding privacy/safety? With the number you can find out so much on the race website such as first and last name, age, and city.

    • says

      If privacy is important to you I would definitely blur the race bib numbers. But, people can often look up your information on the race site with first and last name – so if you share that it won’t help much.
      If you are concerned I would err on the side of being more cautious.

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