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Announcing the Blogher13 Blog Hop and a Giveaway!

Remember when I announced that I was going to Blogher13?! Well, I'm getting more and more excited by the day! Seriously, I cannot wait for July.

Until July actually gets here, I'm looking to get to know some of you other fabulous bloggers that are also going to be at the conference. In order to do that, my dear friend Jayne at The Naptown Organizer -- who is also headed to Blogher13 -- and I have started a monthly blog hop to get to know people a little better.

BlogHer Link Up

Our first Blogher13 Blog Hop will be this coming Friday {March 8} and we would love anyone attending Blogher13 to join in.

To join, just answer a few simple questions so we can all get to know you! And link up your post on Friday!

Here are the questions for Friday:

Where do you blog?

What do you blog about?

Is this your first time going to Blogher?

What's your favorite post you've written in the last year?

What are you most looking forward to at Blogher13?

Where else {Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook, Etc.} can we find you?

I can't wait to get to know everyone!



In honor of our Blogher13 Blog Hop, Jayne and I are also co-hosting a giveaway for $20 off of any service from Tiffany Kuehl Designs! You can read all about the awesomeness of over at The Naptown Organizer! And don't forget to enter the Rafflecopter giveaway below!

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Heather said…
ohhh this is exciting! I didn't know you were going to BlogHer! I'll be going as well. Can't wait to meet you! I will be linking up on Friday!
Yay!! I can't wait either! Seriously, I'm so pumped for Blogher!
How cool. I'm not going b/c we will be in Chicago earlier that month and just can't swing two trips. I want to go though!! How perfect would that have been? Congrats on your blog hop :)

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