Carry On, Sister Warrior

opinion Essay
520 words
520 words

Last month I attended my first ever Blissdom conference for female bloggers and enjoyed myself immensely. I met a slew of interesting and inspirational women, learned an assortment of tricks and tips of the blogging trade and connected with some stellar sponsors including Tim Hortons, MapleLeaf and Unicef.

The best part of all this was the amazing women I met. Everyone was so friendly, with a quick smile and warm hello and introduction. It was a veritable potpourri of talented, passionate and committed women bloggers and I felt privileged to be in their company.

But this post is about one woman in particular that I met who had a great impact on me and inspired me profoundly. Her name is Glennon Doyle Melton. She is the founder of Momastery which is probably one of the biggest mom blogs on the Internet. She is also the author of the New York Times bestseller 'Carry On, Warrior'.

For her Blissdom appearance Glennon sat on the Social Ettiquette panel with, amongst others, Glen Canning, the father of Rahtaeh Parsons, a teenager from Nova Scotia who attempted suicide after being g...

In this essay, the author

  • Describes how they were one of the first attendees to purchase glennon's book and get it signed by .
  • Recommends glennon's book if you ever get the opportunity to see him in person. they also recommend that you read it and pass it on to a sister.
  • Describes how they attended their first ever blissdom conference for female bloggers and met inspiring women. glennon doyle melton is the founder of momastery and author of the new york times bestseller 'carry on, warrior'
  • Opines that glennon's story is honest and authentic. she writes about the people in her life with a reverence both rare and contagious.
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