The success of my blog is pretty embarrassing. I would blame it on moving, planning a wedding and being busy at work, but I follow other bloggers who do more than this and still blog at least once a day!
I’m heading to NTEN Conference tomorrow in Minneapolis (nonprofits unite!), so maybe that will spark something in me to actually start blogging.
I’m part of one of the sessions this year which is pretty exciting! I’m speaking on Thursday morning about Second Harvest Food Bank’s Virtual Food Drive. I’m very curious to hear the feedback that I receive from the session. I will be sharing the floor with Cathexis Partners. They helped us build our virtual food drive and we plan on working with them for our website redesign (which will take up the next couple of months of my life).
Getting Your Peer-to-Peer Fundraisers to Actually Fundraise
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM on Thursday, Apr 11, 2013
Not looking forward to the cold Minneapolis weather!
I’m not very athletic. I suck at sports, I hate running and don’t like lifting weights. In the past, the only form of exercise I have done has consisted of me just spending hours on the treadmill catching up on tv shows. I still do this every once in a while but have added Zumba and recently hot yoga to the mix. I’ll write about hot yoga in a future blog post.
Yes, I jumped into the Zumba scene three years ago after loving my first class. I try to go 3 times per week. Can you spot me in this picture? Hint: I’m wearing a beige tank top.
I’m not going to tell you how many times you should do zumba or how much weight you can lose from it. Everyone’s body is different and I feel like you know how much to push your body.
I’m here to tell you why you will fall in love with it and why it’s addicting.
Last year I set up a Flavors.me site for my resume. If you ever want to set up a quick online presence, I highly recommend using them. It’s $20 a year and it basically just creates a page for you to link your social media channels and to add a short bio. If you know graphic design, you can create a pretty cool visual background to enhance your page even more.
I just stuck to this photo of cat paintings that I took in New Orleans.