Carol Cain, founder of NYCity Mama Blog (www.nycitymama.com)
Tune into Sisterhood, the Blog Radio on August 22 at 5:00 p.m. EST (had to cancel the original date – August 21@ 8pm) for my juicy conversation with NYCity Mama Carol Cain, a Latina and native New Yorker (www.nycitymama.com). Carol will talk about the reasons she established her NYCity Mama blog, lessons she learned from blogging, and favorite moments at the BlogHer 2009 Conference. She is an amazing woman who previously worked as a publishing and public relations professional. Carol considers herself a nomadic spirit with a passion for cultures, languages, and customs. Click here to listen to the show: http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/42015. If you miss the live show, don’t panic. You can download a recording from the web site (http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/42015) and listen to it at your convenience.
Enjoy your day!
Peace and Creativity,
Kamy Wicoff, author and founder of SheWrites.com (www.shewrites.com)
Tonight I am interviewing Kamy Wicoff, one of the fabulous women I met at the BlogHer 2009 Conference (www.blogher.com), at 8:00 p.m. on Sisterhood, the Blog Radio. Kamy is an amazing author and founder of SheWrites.com (www.shewrites.com), a social networking site for women readers and writers. My interview will focus on the reasons Kamy launched SheWrites.com and lessons she learned from the BlogHer 2009 Conference. Click here to listen to the show: http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/42015. If you miss the live show, don’t panic. You can download a recording and listen to it when you have time. That’s why you gotta love Internet radio!
If you want to know more about SheWrites.com, click on the links below.
-SHE WRITES, the Site for Women Writers by Linda Lowen, About.com Guide to Women’s Issues – http://tiny.cc/nz7sm
–SheWrites.com: A salon of one’s own by Frieda Klotz, Broadsheet on Salon.com – http://tiny.cc/Sx0Je
Enjoy your day and week!
Peace and Creativity,
How has your week been? Mine has been really juicy online and offline!
As you may know, I’ve been having a series of conversations on Sisterhood, the Blog Radio (http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/42015) with dynamic women who attended the BlogHer 2009 conference (www.blogher.com) on July 24 and 25 in Chicago, Illinois. Our conversations have inspired me to stay on my “grustle” (grind + hustle = grustle; grustle is a term coined by one of my favorite folks — Hajj Flemings, an author and brand specialists – www.hajjflemings.com). That means I am diving deep into practicing self-care as I work on a few projects. Laughter is a key part of my self-care practice. Finding humor and being silly in my daily life have become a necessity. So today I decided to post a photo that I took at the Ragu Luncheon held on July 24 during BlogHer 2009. Every time I look at it, I crack up laughing.
So what makes you laugh?
If you are looking for ways to incorporate more laughter into your life, click here to learn about laughter yoga: http://www.laughteryoga.us/laughter-yoga.php. Try some laughter yoga exercises:
A few years ago I took some laughter yoga classes and really enjoyed them. I use laughter yoga exercises with my clients and in workshops. It really helps people relax and let go of stress.
Enjoy your day and weekend!
Peace, Creativity, and Laughter,