Ladies and Gentleman. I have seen the blogging promised land. I have chatted with it’s leaders. I have hob-nobbed with it’s blogging nobles. I have had my eyes opened and my mind widened to all the wonders that blogging can be.
And I got some really awesome swag to boot.
Day 2 of Atlanta Food Blog Forum was …awesome. I can’t think of a better word than awesome. I learned what I need to do to make this blog better and more useful for not only me but also you the reader. You can expect to see some ( hopefully) great changes in the coming weeks as I hope to move this vessel over to WordPress( finally!) and maybe even get my own little “.com”. You can also expect to see a few new things as far as posting, and if you don’t like them, please, let me know!
But I’ll tell you what the most awesome thing was about Food Blog Forum. Meeting all of these other food bloggers face to face! I met so many! And everyone was so helpful and nice! So, I want to give a few shout outs:
BIG, HUGE , FAT shout out to Monica from SweetBitesBlog.com . She was not only my neighbor during all of the seminars, but she even let me hang out and change in her hotel room between seminar and after party. People everywhere should thank Monica for not making me change in my car. It’s not a pretty site. (And for some reason, I don’t have a picture of her! )
A Big ‘Ol Hello to Kristina from Knuckle Salad! Kristina and I talked a lot and I think that we are kinda of the same personality; A little odd but in a lovable and awesome sort of way. She has an awesome blog and she is a wealth of information. Thanks Kristina!
I’d also like to thank the ladies I lunched with for the great conversation!
There was Tori from Food Victorian
Jenny from SouthernFriedCurry
And the fabulous Deb Duchon from The Culinary Historian ( and Good Eats! )
I had such a great time.I met so many great people, many more than I have listed here. I hope we can do it all again soon. And for all you food bloggers out there, if you ever get a chance to go to one of these seminars, DO IT! It is such a great experience!