Is Problogger really worth the money?

I went to my first Problogger Conference in 2013. It was a pinnacle year in my blogging journey because I learned that there was much more to blogging than just writing a post and sharing it on Facebook.

For a full year and a half I had no comments on my blog. Part of the reason was because I didn’t have a comment section on each post and the other part of the reason was I didn’t think people would want to comment on my posts and I was scared of what someone would write.

It was early in 2013 that I learned what a linky party was (and for those that don’t know it’s when a blogger allows other bloggers to link a post to their blog and the etiquette is for those bloggers to read the posts uploaded by other bloggers.) They confused me and I found it odd to read ‘I’m linking up with Essentially Jess for IBOT’ at the bottom of someone’s blog post. I didn’t know what IBOT meant. It wasn’t until I clicked on the link to Essentially Jess that I worked out ‘ahuh’ this is how I connect with other bloggers and get more readers to my blog. Well one way at least without having to pay for advertising through Facebook.

At that stage the only people that read my blog was my mum and a handful of church friends. But once I networked with Essentially Jess bloggers, my readership started to grow. I then learned about the blogging conferences held during the year and made a note to keep my eye open for tickets when they would be released. Nikki from Styling You couldn’t talk more highly of Problogger so I was keen to attend because of her recommendation.

When it was announced that Problogger was going to be held on the Gold Coast back in 2013 I purchased a ticket the day they were released. It was a lot of money for me, a blogger who was making no income whatsoever from my blog. I wanted to learn if there was a way to monetize my blog so that it would cover hosting costs and anything over would be a bonus.

Since 2013, I have been to every Problogger event that has been held in QLD. The most recent event was held in the city at the beginning of this month and it was hands down one of my favourite sessions to attend. For great recaps on what was shared at the Problogger Day event head to Middle Aged Mama and Write of the Middle.

In a nutshell the conference gave examples of bloggers who make a full time income with a small following online.

I didn't realize how many blogs were online!

I didn’t realize how many blogs were online!

So many bloggers get caught up with their readership figures and to an extent they are what is needed to get a higher sponsorship or advertising rate, but there are plenty examples of bloggers who have a small following but have worked out ways to carve out a full time income from what they do.

It was refreshing to hear this because I used to get caught up with the numbers. My readership figures were quite small when I was offered (and accepted) my first Sponsored Post and so I thought I was doing this whole blogging gig wrong.

In the scheme of the blogging world my readership is small but I’ve only been blogging for three years and I am particular about the readership I want to attract to my page. The reason I share my faith on my blog (apart from it being important to me) is because I am specific about the type of readership I want on my blog. I only have to look at some of the comments on big following Facebook pages like Plumbing Porn and Crap plumbing to see they aren’t the readers or at least comments that I want on my page. My blog is an Open Home but if you enter, there is an etiquette that needs to be maintained in this space.

So in a long rounded post, the question I ask is this: Is Problogger really worth the money?

I bought my ticket to attend again in August and there are still 100 or so tickets left for purchase.

I believe Problogger is worth the money specifically for the networking and being inspired to keep writing online. It is the only event in Australia where you get a mixed bag of bloggers in the one venue. I see it as my personal development training for my blog.

Me, Renee from Mummy Wife Me and Dannielle from Zamamabakes

Me, Renee from Mummy Wife Me and Dannielle from Zamamabakes

The reason networking is so important at Problogger is because once you meet someone in the flesh and see who they really are, you are more inclined to interact with them online and even share their posts from time to time. Since attending Problogger the income stream from my blog has grown, and the networking with other bloggers has lead to freelance writing opportunities I never would have received had I not gone to Problogger.

The conference is also a great atmosphere to be inspired. The main speakers are always relatable and their advice is always encouraging.

Even if you don’t want to make an income from your blog, Problogger Conference is a great way to open your eyes to the world of blogging. I have no doubt that if you don’t have a blog, you will be itching to start one after you have attended the event.

But here is some other advice. You may not be able to afford to go or you have decided not to attend because you have decided to put your money towards other training opportunities. There is this FOMO (fear of missing out) from some bloggers and I say try not to feel like you are missing out. Problogger will be on every year (hopefully) and going to every event is not be feasible. If the event moves down south, I will be debating on whether I will attend purely because of the cost of flights and accommodation. I’m still looking at being $1000 out of pocket after going to this year’s event but I know it will help my blog and it’s a lot of fun.

I have to come back this year anyway so everyone can see how much Phoebe has grown from last year. Most bloggers were interested in her than me last year. She was my drawcard.

If you are interested in purchasing tickets head here. This is certainly not a sponsored post. I’m just sharing what I know.

Have you ever been to Problogger? Are you going this year? When did you go to your first Problogger Event?


  • I started blogging in 2011 but I think until last year my mum and a few work friends were the only people who looked at it! I was as likely to get a comment as I was to win the lottery, (well, almost!) It wasn’t until 2014 that I discovered link ups, a whole heap of other blogs – it was like a whole new world. This year I’ve decided to splash the cash and go to Problogger, if for nothing else to hang out with all my online friends in real life and now I’ve read this post, it feels like an endorsement of all the financial outlay. I can’t wait to see you there!

    • Sammie you are going to love it. It’s so worth the splash of cash and I can’t wait to meet you in person. For me, I see it as my work party. 🙂

  • (What a lovely surprise to see that cute pic of the three of us pop up in my news feed this morning!) I found the most recent Problogger event in Brisbane very inspiring and uplifting. They certainly know their stuff and are very generous with their information. As you know, I won’t be at Problogger this year but I will be living vicariously through you and all of my other bloggy friends. I will miss the networking that’s for sure x #teamIBOT

    • I hope that was ok to share that picture. I love it so much! I will miss you at Problogger but I’m sure I will catch up with you both before and after the event. I love that you went to the Digital Picnic on the weekend. I wised I could have afforded to go to that, but I can’t do everything. Maybe next year. xx

  • Guest

    I’m not a problogger, nor do I wish to draw an income from my blog, but even so I think that problogger can be beneficial for all the reasons you’ve mentioned. It’s not for me, but for anyone even contemplating monetizing their blog I think it is the only place to go and learn from the best. 🙂

    • Thanks so much for your comment. I would love to read your blog… if I don’t already? They do tend to have the best people speaking but you know what most of the time I haven’t a clue who all the big wheels are at the event. I probably need to branch out more with my blog reading.

  • I will absolutely be going this year. I love getting spend a few days with people who “get” what I do.
    And for those who really can’t afford to go or justify the cost (I get it, not everyone can) you can still learn a LOT from stalking the hashtag on twitter and reading the follow up posts.

    • Can’t wait to see you again Vanessa. And I agree, stalking Twitter and hashtags will help with learning what’s going on. Heck I often read the tweets while at the event to keep up with what’s going on!

  • Although it’s not my thing, I think problogger would be worth the money for those wanting to make an income from their blog. The knowledge, resources and inspiring bloggers are all worth it. I guess it’s like anything, the value you put on it needs to be in line with your vision. But even for networking, it would be great.

    • You put into words what I wanted to get across. ‘the value you put on it needs to be in line with your vision’. You must be a writer?? 😉 xx

  • Janice Jones

    I love that other Bloggers are so generous with their time and knowledge and are willing to share That is a great community.

    • It is a fantastic community and it will be great being in a ‘village’ environment at the RACV. 🙂 Thanks for looking after Esther and Mags so I can go. Love you. xx

  • Great post Hun. I have never been and I don’t think it’s for me. If it were in Melbourne, I’d probably attend. I can’t be bothered with juggling the travel aspect and a large fam. I am not sure if all the workshops are of interest either. I just like blogging and to me, that means writing and publishing, not gazing woefully at my Analytics! Does that make sense?!

    • I’m gonna throw a spanner in the works ( I can do this you know because I am a plumber!) and say that you would enjoy it and you would benefit from it. Just for the networking you would love it Jody. But yes it is hard juggling with a large family and organizing travel. I totally get that.
      As for gazing at my Analytics, I only look at it when requested for my media kit which is rare at the moment for me. I totally get your heart and you can see that in your writing. I would love to meet you one day in the flesh gorgeous. xx Oh and I still want to know more about your acting career. Your comment on Renee’s post about Kylie Minogue blew me away. xx

  • I bought my first PB ticket with a cash prize I won from Kidspot’s Voices (a program that I know is close to your heart too!)
    Not only have I learned truckloads, I’ve made lifelong friends.

    • The lifelong friends are the best part of Problogger I reckon. Can’t wait to see you at this years… I am assuming you’re going?

      • You bet Bec! I’m making the most of it being so close!

  • writeofthemiddle

    I purchased a ticket to go in August Bec! I have also booked myself three nights accommodation (on my own). Like you, I will be around $1000 out of pocket and it’s only on the Gold Coast. If it goes south and I have to add flights into the mix I couldn’t really justify the expense – unless I have started earning again! I just wanted to go to at least one of the main PB events and while it is on the Gold Coast it’s the best time to do it. It’s been hard though to decide whether to do it or not coz the other option was to spend some money on a blogging course (decisions, decisions!!). I’ve been blogging since Sept 2012 and the recent Brisbane event was my first *teaser* ProBlogger event and an eye opener as to just how much I don’t know!! The August one will be HUGE which scares me a bit but I’m also excited. I would like to know if there is any possibility of monetizing my blog and if so, how. I would like to start earning a little from it considering I put so much time into it. Fantastic to meet you at the Briz event but can’t wait to see you again for a longer chat. Oh and thank you so much for the link to my PB wrap up in your post. 🙂 xo

    • YAY Min! It is gonna be AWESOME! I have to find you again so we can actually talk properly. I also understand the pull to other blogging courses. I decided not to do the Brands one with Louisa, but I’m hoping she runs her course again later in the year so I can do it then. And you write up about the Brisbane event was awesome. I couldn’t not share it. xx

  • I will be back at Problogger this year after missing last year. I won my ticket for the 2013 event so it made things a little more affordable for us & a good excuse to get away for a long weekend to visit family on the Gold Coast. Not so simple this year, but I have cashed in all my frequent flyers points & making the trip alone to keep costs down where we can.

    Although I gained a lot from 2013 – most importantly meeting such gorgeous folk as yourself – I was so new to blogging & so overwhelmed by the whole event I don’t feel I got the most out of it. I am in a much better place this year & am really looking forward to sponging up all the speakers & lessons as well as enjoying the company of those I have already met & am going to meet.

    Cannot wait to see you again & meet Phoebe for the first time. So excited!!

    • Jodie, you don’t know how much reading your comment made me smile. I am SOOO glad you’re coming. I will never forget how awesome you were at including me in when it was my first time at Problogger. I reckon we won’t be so overwhelmed this time around and will be able to take more in. x

  • This is great advice. I always find your story about blogging very inspirational Bec. It always makes me feel like there’s hope for growth of my own blog. (Even if it isn’t as niche!) I really wish that I was going to ProBlogger. I keep looking at those last tickets and I’m really tempted. I thought I wouldn’t be able to go because I might be having spinal surgery, but it looks like I can put that off for a year or two. So now my reason for not going is that my husband is about to start his own business up in July so I think it would be wise to conserve the cash until we at least have clients. I think our savings will take a dive this year, but hopefully next year! In any case, it’s exciting times for us and really stepping out in faith! (PS. Talking about faith, I love that you talk about this important area of your life.)

    • Gosh Caitlin, spine surgery sounds scary. And expensive. Let me know what I can pray for relating to that. xx
      As for not being able to afford to go or making the decision not to go because of finances – I totally get that. You know what I’ve done in the past when money has been tight? I’ve still bought a ticket and prayed that I would get monetized posts or something to help with the cost of going to the Conference and my prayers have always been answered. I think you are being wise especially with your husband starting a new business but I just thought I’d share that with you because I know you would appreciate it and you would get it. xx

  • I’m looking forward to seeing you again!

  • I’ve been to the last couple of Problogger conferences and will be going again this year – attending is honestly the highlight of my blogging year! Hopefully our paths will cross in sunny QLD in August! xx

    • It’s a highlight of my blogging year too Clare. I can’t wait to spot you amongst the crowd to say hi! xx

  • I can’t wait to attend this year! To meet all the people I talk to online. To see the bigger picture. To get involved. So excited!

  • I went last year for the first time not knowing a single person IRL. Scary and intimidating but by the end I’d made some beautiful friends. Now I love to take any opportunity to catch up with online friends and meet new ones. I’ll be there again this year and this time I’ll actually know some people! Much more fun!!

  • I so understand the investment Problogger requires (oh how I understand given I’m coming from Perth each year!) but it has paid off the costs many times over for me over the years in friendships and opportunities. But mostly – the friendships. The ability to sit with people who I normally only ever converse with via comments on their website or Facebook or Twitter … and have a real deal conversation with them. I cannot overstate how important that’s been for me over the last few years. The fact that sessions are hugely informative and inspiring is almost a bonus.

    • Friendships are priceless aren’t they? I love that Problogger is the one event you can guarantee to meet the bloggers you read or interact with online. Looking forward to seeing you again at this year’s event. xx

  • I would love to go, unfortunately, yet again, the timing is all wrong for me. It’s smack bang in the business end of my girls netball season, one where I am coaching and managing, my hubby is working 70 hour weeks and probably still will be, and my Mum who is my chief baby sitter is jetting off on yet another cruise….*sigh* maybe next year…

    • That’s frustrating! I do hope you get to go to one one year. I know the dates don’t suit a few people. Usually it’s held in September. x

  • Bec you’ve got me even more excited about Problogger now and a tad more confident.
    I was exactly like you regarding linkups, it wasn’t until I discovered the lovely Lucy (Bake play smile) & Lauren (Create bake make), these ladies educated me as to how linkups work and they really do make a difference.
    It really was a lovely day in Brisbane, was so lovely to meet you ‘in the flesh’, thanks for giving me such a warm welcome.
    Great post Bec.
    Have a beautiful Easter with your gorgeous little family xx

    • I’m so glad you’re coming Dannielle. We are going to have the BEST time. And with Lauren and Lucy bunking together, you will be in baking blog heaven. I loved meeting you at the Brisbane event. It’s been the highlight of my year so far.
      I hope you have a fabulous Easter with your family too. xx

  • Some great thoughts. I’d love to go. Each year I pine to be there when it’s on from my lounge room but unfortunately I haven’t been able to financially manage it, yet. One day when my husband isn’t a student and I’m not bogged down in kidlet land (hats off to you last year taking your newborn!), I’ll be there for sure.

    • Well sweet you do have a big year this year with another bub on the way. The great thing about Problogger is it will be on every year so there will be future opportunities to go. I have no doubt you will get there one day. Hope you’re looking after yourself. You must be near due soon? x

  • I did purchase tickets for last years ProBlogger, however the blog I was writing for then, was on a break while I decided what was best for my family, it also coincided with our big move, so I on-sold my tickets. Though I was really upset on the weekend, I was happy with the decision I had made. I am lucky enough to be in the position to buy tickets again for this year, and am so excited! I am already inspired by what I have seen, so this will be a huge bonus!! xx

    • I didn’t know that happened last year Nicole! I’m so glad you’re coming this year. I will find you and when I find you I will give you a hug and make you feel right at home. xx

  • I skipped it last year – was a bit tired of the monetisation focus. I know you do a lot of sponsored posts (and do it well) but I did ONE paid post for Nuffnang last year and had someone bag me for it. I felt guilty and dirty, despite not having a problem with the idea of them. I decided then and there not to do any more sponsored or paid work on my own blog. It just didn’t feel right for me. I would probably go to PBEvent this year but alas I’m not working so really (very literally) can’t afford it. Alas.

    • I remember you sharing this Deb and I can’t believe someone would write that to you. I wouldn’t let a bad comment stop me from earning money from something I love doing and your blog has a great following. Just today I got a terrible comment on an instagram photo I shared so you know what I did? I rang the woman up because her blog had her phone number and she lived in Brisbane. I might blog about what went down in the conversation but I don’t think she was expecting a call from me that’s for sure.
      I would love to meet you in person one day. Problogger tends to make this possible. And I didn’t realize you’re not working…I need to catch up on your blog. x

  • Jo

    I’m just about 6 months new and I’ve got a Pro-Blogger ticket. I think Nikki’s photos what made me think – I so have to go to one of these!! I CANNOT WAIT to meet so many lovely friends I’ve made online. (I’m predicting I will lose my voice with all the excitement). It’s a huge cost and treck from Perth but I’ve got a funny feeling it’s going to be so worth it.

    • It will be worth it Jo. I am so glad you are coming. You will love it and have the best time. I can’t wait to meet you in person. xx

      • Jo @ You had us at hello

        You too Bec xx

  • I’d love to attend but unfortunately my husband is not the most supportive of my blogging and especially of me being away from the family and attending this conference 🙁 So I will have to live vicariously through all the bloggers actually attending and will be avidly reading all your posts about it, hoping to pick up some extra blogging tips that way!

    I did attend the recent ProBlogger workshop in Sydney a couple of weeks ago and loved it!

    • That’s hard Ingrid when your husband isn’t supportive. My husband is the opposite and I get him to come with me. He will look after my youngest daughter while I go to the sessions. I do hope you get to go one day.
      Well done on getting to the Sydney one. I loved the one in Brisbane at the beginning of the month.

  • I went to my first event last year and loved it. Just having the opportunity to meet so many people who I already had relationships online with was worth the ticket price alone. I can’t wait to go again this year x

    • We are going to have so much fun this year and if Kristy has booked a suite… look OUT!! xx 🙂

  • Thanks for writing this Bec – we love seeing you at our events and can’t wait for August!

    • Thanks Darren. August is going to be awesome. Keep having amazing time overseas. 🙂

  • Jess @ Thefitspirit

    I have never been but always been curious. $100 sounds like a worthy investment for a ticket! I like that you maintain a certain etiquette on your blog, I think that is important. Quality over quantity!

    • Thanks Jess for your comment. You should embrace that curiosity and come one year. 🙂

  • pedro garcia

    Very interested on your guy’s comment. Thanks for the Hope.

  • I went in 2013 and loved it but since my focus has changed I have been investing my cash in my non blogging skills and materials for my business. I have gone back and forth on this years conference but have not even mentioned it to my husband because I think the cost adds up so fast with accomodation. I wish there was an option for a single day pass for locals. Would love to drive down for one full day and benefit from a smaller dose as a compromise)

    • A single day pass would be a great idea, but I can imagine it would be a lot of extra admin work. And yes the accommodation does add up even more than the ticket itself if you stay for 3 nights. x

  • I have to agree that yes it’s definitely worth the money. I am going again this year, even though I’m spending more time on my business this year. I still love the chance to network etc.

    • I love networking with you. Glad to hear you will be there again this year. xx

  • I’m still deciding. When I discovered this event end of last year I told myself I was going to the next one, even though it’s held in QLD. Now I’m uncertain because it is in QLD so its not just the conference ticket I would be spending. I have a day training course on social media ran by a blogger a love scheduled for next month, and thought maybe that’s one way to learn and grow my blogging dexterity since I can’t attend ProBlogger.

    The main reason I want to go is to meet other bloggers, especially the lovely ladies I follow as most of them are going. Hopefully it’s ran in Sydney one year

    • Cam, I love your strategy and hope you get a lot out of the social media training course next month. There are still tickets left if you do decide to come. Meeting the bloggers you interact with online is so awesome. You would love it. x

  • Natalie @ Our Parallel Connect

    No problogger for me but not because I dont want to go I juts can’t spare the cash this year… I just need to do things the slow way, learning myself.,

    • Take your time Natalie and there will be future opportunities to go to Problogger. Follow along on Twitter for messages and updates during the event so you can still be apart of the community. xx

  • I would recommend that every blogger go to Problogger at least once! After going the last 2 years, I’m having a break this year – spending my professional development dollars on more targetted training opportunities.

    • I think your tactic is a good one Janet. I heard from Renee that you went to the Digital Picnic on the weekend. How was that? x

  • Sophisticated Mumma

    This a very enlightening post for someone like me who is currently sitting on the fence. I’d love to go and put real voices to the names and just to learn a bit more, however I’m not sure if I can justify the expense of the weekend at this stage…sadly!

    • I totally get this Natalie and that’s part of the reason why I wrote this post. For me Problogger was a game changer and the investment came back with monetizing opportunities. Did you get to meet the #everydaystyle bloggers with Nikki? How was that? I would have loved to have known about it to meet everyone who comments on my instagram page.

      • Sophisticated Mumma

        I did the Brissy meet-up with Nikki and the #everydaystyle girls! It was like meeting long-lost friends…very surreal, very nice and think we all were very well ‘watered’ at the end too 🙂

  • I’ve never made it to Problogger. I would love to but it’s always so far away, so expensive and at the wrong time for me!

    • I hope you get to go one day Becky. Do you live in WA? I don’t blame you with the distance. I’m glad they introduced the day events this year. Hopefully you may be able to get to one of those one day. x

  • See you at Problogger again – like you I debated the value, but it’s in my home town, so I have no accommodation costs and I would miss seeing all your lovely faces. It’s sort of professional development, networking and self-care rolled into one.

    • Kathy, it will be like De Ja Vu seeing you again. This time I will know who I’m talking to when I see you! 🙂 x

  • It was my first problogger last year (and we had a quick chat 🙂 ) and I will be this year. I still haven’t monetised my blog, and I’m not sure that I will, but I still learnt a lot. Already looking forward to it!

    • Jo, it will so good to see you again. It takes time and baby steps to monetize. I think I did my first sponsored post after my first Problogger two years ago. I actually haven’t seeked ways to monetize as the opportunities have always come to me first but eventually when I’m out of young baby/toddler season with my children, I might be able to work more on that part of my blog.

  • Mum Of Five Girls

    Ugh I would love to go but it would be near impossible with the girls to look after, sporting commitments etc.. as there really is just hubby and I who juggle our family. Oh and then there is the cost of a ticket, flights, accommodation….way out of my league. At this stage I would probably prefer to use any funds (which are non-existent at the moment!!) to move from blogger to wordpress. Maybe one day I’ll get there!

    • Baby steps are still steps. When money is tight, I find it best to focus on what can be done and not what can’t be and what you will miss out on. You won’t be financially tight all the time either. I hope you get to go one day. xx

  • I think every blogger should go to Problogger at least once, but the costs do mount up if you don’t live in the same state. I went last year but not going this year, saving for a family holiday in July. You have done wonderful things with your blog Bec x

    • Thank you Lisa. I feel like I’m plodding along in the blogosphere. There is so much I wish I could do, but having young children who need me is a priority at the moment. I just do the best I can. The costs do mount up and I am hoping to get some sponsorship to help with the costs.

  • Its my first PB this year and im now even more excited after reading this Bec. Hope to meet you there! X

    • Shannon I am SOO excited for you. You will have a fabulous time. I’d love to meet you too. xx

  • This year will be my first year at the big event 🙂 I’ve been blogging for 3 years too, but only really started getting into it properly (with link ups etc) at the end of 2013.

    • Toni, you are going to love it. Can’t wait to catch up with you again… unless we catch up prior at another blogging event. xx

  • I can’t go this year, but I would if I could! x

    • Can I admit that I am really sad when you told me this. You were like the highlight of my Problogger experience last year. You will be missed lovely. xx

  • TeganMC

    I went to Problogger in 2013 too as you know, and while I loved the networking and the opportunity to talk to people who get blogging, it make me realise that I wasn’t really up for the information sessions. I think I am more happy to plod along at my own pace and learn things at my own pace. I’m still not 100% sold on the monetisation either, I kind of feel, if it happens, it happens.

    • I love that you’ve left this comment Tegan because it means others who have come can relate to what you’ve said. I do know of some bloggers who have come and then don’t come back because they don’t wish to monetize or any number of reasons. Keep plodding along. Your blog is doing quite well in my eyes. xx

  • I went last year and had the best time, this year I was going to give it a miss, but my friend said, you should go again, you loved it last time. That was all i needed… I’m off again, I’d love to catch up with you Bec.

    • YESSSS. I definitely want to catch up with you. Can’t believe I missed you last year! That friend is a very good friend indeed! xx

  • Looks like this event was worth the money. Would love to join it sometime.

    • Definitely come one year Namrata. I’m sure you would love it. 🙂

  • I wanted to go but being in WA i added up the cost and felt little selfish to just go on my own and leave hubby and kids at home. But to bring them is even more. My head and heart keep battling. Theres so many people id like to meet. Maybe if we get our QLD holiday next year or so (we lived there 2.5yrs and married there, had our son etc so want to go back for sentimental reasons too) i could try organise a meet with some lovely QLD bloggers.

    • The great thing about Problogger and Kidspot is that they are on every year. While there are those feelings of FOMO, know that there is always next year. Try and go to the local events in WA when you can. You would definitely love the events and networking with other bloggers. Your blog is going from strength to strength Leanne, so I have no doubt that you will be able to go to events with the right sponsorship. xx

  • Cyndie

    Hi Bec, just bought my ticket to PBevent! I went back in 2012 and it was awesome. Looking forward to meeting you in person there.

    • Cyndie I am SOO excited that I will be able to meet you. That is so awesome that you’re coming! xx