This past weekend, I was fortunate enough to attend the Haven Conference, which took place right here in Atlanta. Those of you that are unaware of what the Haven Conference is, it is a a conference designed specifically for home decor and DIY bloggers. The conference sessions focused on DIY instruction, ways to grow your blog, with a mix of social media.
This was my second year attending Haven, and I must say, my focus was completely different. First of all, there were serveral bloggers that I knew were attending that I absolutely love. These women always inspire me over the web daily, but meeting them in person blew my mind. They were so sweet, down to earth, and humble. Being at a conference with 200 plus DIY bloggers can be overwhelming, but these ladies made navigating it all much easier.
One of the other highlights of the conference was visiting with awesome vendors and the after parties. I got a bag full of goodies, which I really should have taken a photo of, but…you know how that goes:) I also was lucky enough to have this little guy as a dance partner all night.
Plus I purchased some fabulous pieces from Lakeitha with Wrist Soiree to rock during the sessions. I received compliments all day while rocking my jewelry. If you are not familiar with Lakeitha, you must check out her site and snatch up some pieces of your own!
Lastly, one of the main things that I wanted to focus on this year at Haven was to look for ideas that could help me to grow, be more consistent, and improve my blog content. That is where all of you all, my reader peeps come in. Besides DIY home projects, what else would you like to see? I think my hardest part is trying to develop content that would keep your interest, outside of the DIY stuff. That would of course still be the bulk, but sometimes I want to reach out to you all in different ways. Leave me a comment below with any ideas that you may have:)
I also realized that I am overdue for some rebranding, so hopefully that will happen soon!
Thanks for sticking with me so far and to all of my new blog friends, I look forward to having you all around as I continue to grow!
Until next time.