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How to celebrate Absolutely Incredible Kid Day

Tomorrow, March 15, 2012, is officially designated as Absolutely Incredible Kid Day.

You’ve probably never heard of it.  Yet before you dismiss it as another one of those made up days, let me tell you about it.    

Camp Fire USA, one of the nation’s oldest youth development organization, sponsors this letter writing campaign to encourage adults to write a letter to any child in their life to let them know how much they mean to them.

To participate just download the FREE Official Stationery (if you wish) and start writing letters to the special kids in your life and let them know how special they are.

In a world full of text messaging, Facebook status updates and twitter a traditional letter still makes a powerful impact—-especially when it is filled with words of affirmation.

Who will you send letters to?
 

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Blissdom at Home: Watch Conference Sessions from Blissdom at home!

Great news for bloggers who weren’t able to attend Blissdom 2012 – you can now watch all the sessions from home by subscribing to Blissdom at Home.  As an attendee of Blissdom 2012 I know there were sessions that I would like to hear again and a few that I wished I could have attended! Blissdom at Home gives me an opportunity to do both—and you too!
When you subscribe to Blissdom at Home you will get unlimited access to all of the sessions (watch as many times as you want) until the next Blissdom (2013).

Couldn't make it to BlissDom? Get it all here.


For more information, click on the Affiliate Link above. You won’t be charged any extra for using my affiliate link, but you will help me start saving for next year’s Blissdom Conference. 

Need a little more encouragement, or not quite sure what Blissdom is?  Watch this opening video:


BlissDom ’12 – Opening Video from Blissful Media Group on Vimeo.

Hope to see you next year! 

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