We’re about a month out from BlogPaws. Can you believe how quickly this year is going by? It’s already the end of May. We are almost halfway through the year! With that being said, it’s not too late to buy a ticket to BlogPaws. Here’s an update on everything that’s going on as we countdown the days to the conference.
The BlogPaws conference was the first “real” conference that I had ever attended. Before BlogPaws I never thought a conference could be so fun and life changing. Those concepts just didn’t go together for me. Let’s be real – those “life changing” conferences can cost upwards of $500-$1000 to attend. These big events are very expensive to put on, so it makes sense that tickets are a bit of the hefty side. However, a BlogPaws ticket only makes a slight dent in your wallet at a fraction of the mainstream conference price (check out specifics here). It’s a very small price considering how much the BlogPaws conference has to offer. Let me break it down for you.
In my quest to discover trails and hikes in Arizona that I can rate as “easy,” I decided to check out the Wild Horse Pass Interpretive Trail with Wynston and my mom. At only 2.5 miles round trip, I thought this mostly flat, dirt trail could be perfect for my bad hip and small dog. It’s a great length and it’s not strenuous. I’d rate the trail as “easy” but I’d also rate it as “mediocre.”
BlogPaws changed my life. Through everything I’ve learned, the people I’ve met and the amazing tight knit online community, I’ve become a full time pet blogger. Yes, I sit at home all day and play with my dogs. Well, maybe not. But some days I do! Anyways, I went to Nashville, TN in May to attend my first ever BlogPaws conference. I flew with Wynston across the country so I could partake in the phenomenal learning experience and meet all of my online blogging friends in person! It truly was a fantastic experience and I feel honored to be welcoming the 2016 BlogPaws conference to my beautiful state of Arizona!
Last week, Wynston flew on an airplane and stayed in a hotel for the first time ever. I was nervous and excited for the experience, especially since I was SO looking forward to the trip. We flew across the country to attend the BlogPaws conference in Nashville, TN. Luckily I had my friend with me so I knew what to expect in the airport. Now I want to share my experiences with anyone who is looking to travel on an airplane or stay in a hotel with dogs!