Happy Monday! I hope you all had a relaxing weekend filled with fall candles, football and family! I spent my weekend in Jasper, GA at Tolemac Farms with some amazing women attending The Pretty Peach Workshop. I was so excited to spend time with wonderful women who have a passion for blogging and photography. Women who want to grow their businesses and kill it as Girl Bosses!
We had an amazing dinner and so much fun at a styled shoot. Shelby and Katie showed us all how to use our cameras and what were the most important parts of taking pictures at a styled shoot. We were also exposed to a ton of local vendors and their products.
The food this weekend was phenomenal. The macaroni and cheese from dinner last was unlike an mac ‘n cheese i’ve ever tried. Then we had these cranberry mayonnaise ham sandwiches at brunch that were to die for. And we even had wedding cake from Pastry Shells!
One of the best parts of the weekend was meeting other women who share my same love of blogging. Most everyone there has been blogging for a year or less. Some women didn’t have a blog or business but were there for inspiration. After dinner, we changed into our jammies & sat together in the big barn bedroom and shared personal stories with each other. This might sound silly but it was so much fun. We had an adult slumber party!
We woke up early Sunday morning, enjoyed coffee and BonGlaze donuts. Side note – if you live in ATL and haven’t tried these donuts, you are seriously missing out! Shelby took head shots of everyone and I can’t wait to see them!
I’ll never forget this weekend! I truly feel like some of the things I learned will take Loverly Grey to the next level once implemented. I was encouraged to step outside my comfort zone and go for my dreams. Not everyone gets the opportunity to be a Girl Boss. I’m still figuring out what that means for me. I know I have a community of women supporting and loving me and I couldn’t be more thankful!
I’d love to hear if you have ever attended a blogger workshop or conference and what your favorite part was.