2. I just booked a hotel room for Fitbloggin. I requested a room with two double beds. This means that I could have anywhere between 1 and 3 roommates. I've reserved a room from Sept 20-23. I'm thinking about extending that reservation to September 19th (this rate isn't included in the Fitbloggin price).
1 person = $654.89
2 people = $654.89 (or $327.44 each)
3 people = $679.89 (or $226.63 each)
4 people = $704.89 (or $176.22 each)
Problem is that I met soooo many wonderful people last year at Fitbloggin1that (1) I don't know who to ask,(2) I don't want to offend anyone by not asking, and (3) I'm hoping my room becomes a bit of a party/kitten pile room, wine and pajamas kind of thing.
Anyone down for the chaos?
ALSO -- just a reminder, pack an extra suitcase/bag for all the swag. Trust me, you'll need it or be faced with making some tough decisions.
3. Part of me really wants to make a #FitBloggin12 "yearbook" -- everyone's face to make for easy identification and so we can write messages to each other. If I were to make one, would people want to print it/pay to have it printed?
4. The FatGirlvsWorld/#GoTheDist was a pretty successful gimmick -- do you think I should do it again (different color?) or go the route of business cards? Identifiable gimmick vs. lots of info??
So glad I'll see you at Fitbloggin...as for number one, I don't know how to advise you but I do know how to say that I hope you find lasting relief and solid answers to your issue!Reply
I have already booked my room for Fitbloggin' too, but would love to join in the slumber-less party!Reply
I love the idea of the yearbook, too, and would certainly be willing to contribute toward the costs.
I didn't go last year, so don't know about the biz card thing - is this something that everyone usually does?
I'm going to Firbloggin this year just booked my flight (already have a hotel room). So looking forward to meeting people live.Reply
Karen -- i can't wait to see you again. I feel like last year I was just getting to know you. Now that you're my big sister I'm even happier to see you again.Reply
Sue -- people use the business cards to exchange contact information/networking. I think getting a yearbook together would require (1) getting everyone's photo beforehand, a mini bio, and then designing it (yay! all my magazine work in college finally paying off). I don't know if we could include photos from fitbloggin11. **shrugs** i don't know if this is a good idea or not.
CW -- it's a blast!
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