Tell Me Why You Want to Go to The 2:1 Blogging Conference and Win!

The winner is: Entry #5 – Nicole at Faith in Small Things
Congratulations!!!
(and don’t give up hope…keep checking #2to1Conf on Twitter for more info!)

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Do you blog?

Are you looking to further the reach of your blog?

Have you heard about the Homeschool Blogging Conference in D.C.?

This  April, I’m speaking at the 2:1 Conference – the Premier blogging conference geared toward homeschoolers.  Even if you don’t blog about homeschooling, there is much to be learned here, so CHECK IT OUT!

And perhaps you would like to win a ticket to the conference!

Here’s how:

1.  Blog about why you want to go to 2:1.

2.  Link up your post below.

3.  I’ll choose a random winner from those posts at 11:59 pm CST this Friday night!

Winner will be announced at the top of this post Saturday morning as well as on my facebook and twitter feed.



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9 thoughts on “Tell Me Why You Want to Go to The 2:1 Blogging Conference and Win!

  1. We have been homeschooling for 4 years. We moved in August, from Jacksonville, Fl to Chattanooga, Tn. Making new friends in a new town while homeschooling and caring for my 88 year old mother-in-law is difficult to shortage of hours in the day. My fulfillment of Christian woman bonding has mainly been through blogs. I don’t have a blog. Don’t know where to begin. However, my voice, my heart and my soul want to be heard. God has so much to say through me and I am honored to be that willing voice. Please help me learn!

  2. Have never started my own blog, but consider it from time to time, mostly coming to the conclusion that I don’t have the time, lol! I would definitely love to attend this conference as I do feel I have something to share, but not quite sure how to get it out there. Thanks for the the opportunity!