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11 Highlights from BlogHer '11

Have Fun - Do Good

Last week I spoke at BlogHer '11, a gathering of over 3,000 women bloggers. Having a ritual, practice, or totem can help you be more conscious about your online time. It was my fifth, and favorite BlogHer conference, largely because of the location. blogher

7 Ways to Have Fun and Do Good

Have Fun - Do Good

Last week I finished my month-long Have Fun, Do Good series where 12 bloggers shared how they have fun and do good. You might also want to try my How to Find Your Have Fun, Do Good exercise to help you create a list of ways you can have fun and do good.

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Katya Andresen, Network for Good: How I Have Fun, Do Good

Have Fun - Do Good

The ninth guest blogger in my have fun do good series is Katya Andresen. It’s incredibly rewarding to help others, and teaching – or mentoring – gives me a sense of accomplishment.

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Beth Terry, Fake Plastic Fish: How I Have Fun, Do Good

Have Fun - Do Good

The eighth guest blogger in my have fun, do good series is Beth Terry. How many do I score for each small company I discover doing good: reducing their waste and creating ingenious products to help us reduce ours?

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Kimberly Wilson, Tranquility du Jour: How I Have Fun, Do Good

Have Fun - Do Good

I hope you've been enjoying my have fun do good guest blogger series as much as I am (: The tenth guest blogger in the series is Kimberly Wilson. I've recently discovered Humane Society University and hope to take classes to help better inform my passion for doing good for the animals.

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Heather Meyer, Work it Out!: How I Have Fun, Do Good

Have Fun - Do Good

The twelfth guest blogger in my have fun do good series series is Heather Meyer. It is my absolute honor to help people find pieces of peace within, while outwardly expressing this life process though dance with our bodies.

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The Last Blogpotomac: A New Community Rises from the Ashes

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

You don't necessarily see women keynote at technology conferences (well accept for women focused technology conferences like blogher ), but Geoff was trying hard ensure a gender balanced program and succeeded. conference in 2010. Flickr Photo by Ghbrett.