To all my women, to all my girls, to all the men – THIS. IS. HOW. YOU. MAKE. AN. EMPOWERED. MESSAGE! Congratulations Audi!
The pinnacle pillar of our great nation.
It’s Empowering, after all, isn’t it?
And teaching your kids the significance of the holiday also empowers them.
There’s so many great things to do for families and kids this time of year. And this holiday was jam-packed with excitement!!
Fireworks, pool parties, parades, cook-outs were just part of it. This year my kids learned about building a business.
Especially with this…
EMPOWERED PARTNERS I am SO EXCITED to share this with everyone!! I am Crazy About It! So many cool, exciting and FABULOUS things have happened in such a short time at The Empowered Mom! One is the discovery of the fantastic company: Empowered Clothing Company. I want to introduce you to them. Here’s their thinking: We LIVE ON…
So You Want To Talk Empowered?
I packed the hubbs on a plane to Kansas City and off we went this past weekend to figure out this whole bloggy thing I have been doing for several weeks. It’s about time, huh?
We went to something called WordCamp KC. WordCamps are community organized meetings for users of WordPress – the blogging platform that I use. The Organizers, Jacob McDaniel, Josepha Haden and Val Bontrager compiled their thoughts, ideas, and flawlessly executed a WordCamp the first time they tried it. All of these folks are pretty cool people I quickly found out. One of the brightest people at the conference was Syed Balhis – a 20 something kid that appears to have forgotten more about blogging than I have learned. Very fun and entertaining presenter as well.
Wasn’t really sure what was going to happen at this so-called WordCamp. Having never been to one – I thought here I go – just put myself out there and see what sticks. I was really impressed.
Sure there were a bunch of tech geeks at the thing. But Jacob and Josepha did a great job keeping the content people separated from the developers. And that allowed the novices like me to learn a bunch of new stuff.
So here it is – what I learned at (Word) Camp this week: