I am so excited to bring you all the first post in my contributor series. One of my best friends, Laurel, is one of the best hosts I know and she routinely throws the best themed parties at her craftsman home in Ohio. She shared with me the details of her Beauty And The Beast Tea Party and I thought it was perfectly timed to the movies release on video! I hope this encourages you to through your own watch party at home with all of these sweet details.Read More
As a bonus option to Days 1 and 2 of the Yellow Conference, attendees can purchase a ticket to one of 4 targeted Workshops. Last year's conference workshops were geared towards either the Starter, Leader, Solopreneur or Non-Profit.
At the time I was very much interested in figuring out the direction of my blog and was stuck in how to start. Therefore the STARTER workshop ended up being the perfect place to meet and engage with other stuck creators like myself. This additional third day was my favorite part of the conference by far.Read More
I stepped into Day 2 of Yellow with a bit more confidence than I had on Day 1. I had met some of the other women, taken my notes, processed with Jeff and was ready (in a favorite outfit) to hit the ground running again.
Day 2's Sessions were similar to the first, bringing different speakers into a program of various topics and themes. However, Day 2 was also peppered with some interactive group activities which I LOVED.Read More
Last year I had the privilege of attending the Yellow Conference. The Conference was founded by Joanna Waterfall (of Yellow Co.) as a place to engage and inspire women (in particular) to change the world for the better. The conference hosts a variety of speakers who teach and share on multiple topics from how to start a small business to how to channel your creative energy into something good. I had little expectations going into the weekend and was armed with only a few testimonies from friends of friends of how life-changing the conference had been for them the year before. With an open mind and an empty notebook I walked into the Downtown LA Warehouse prepared to be encouraged.Read More