I have so much fun editing these Sister Minutes! I’m only just ever really confused at my outfit choices for them. I’ve been in a weird transitional phase, which is basically the “old clothes don’t fit, the season has changed, clothes that fit I hate, I only want new clothes” phase. You know that one? Anyway here are two more! Or if you want to see the other ones here you go.
In this one we tell you ALL about how we’re sisters! And we ALMOST get in a sister fight, but not a real one. Hahaha.
And in this one we share some CRUCIAL lessons we’ve learned from the movie Clueless. And I’ve always said that I can easily work at least one Clueless quote into conversation, every, single day.
What about you guys?! Do you have any valuable life lessons Cher taught you?!
Ok! I hope you’re having a happy week. I’ve been feeling fairly depleted, like I don’t have much to share or say lately. But that usually happens right before I bombard you with lots of thoughts and feelings. Hahaha.
GAH! I have been wanting to post this part FOREVER! This is PART 7 in my How to Be Awesome series, and I love it: If You Want to See Different Results Do Things Differently!
Easier said than done though, right?!
And if you’re not sure what the “How to Be Awesome” series, is, it’s basically me, telling myself what I need to hear to help me feel more awesome. THAT’S IT!
But in this video I talk about some things that have happened to me since I started doing the series, and why I started doing this whole thing in the first place!
Also, in this video I give lots more details on my “Search For Your Awesome” events that I did with Bing too, so if you’ve been wanting the whole story on that! HERE YOU GO! Basically I come to many life conclusions and the purpose of my existence, so I mean, it’s good stuff.
By the time I record the video, edit the video, post the video, do all the YouTube stuff, link everything that needs linking and then write the damn blog post to promote the video…I feel a tad spent. So excuse me if the post is brief! I put everything in…you guessed it…the video. So I sincerely hope you get a chance to watch it, respond to it, or that if helps/motivates/inspires you in some way!
AND AS ALWAYS I’d love to hear if this inspires you to try something different? Maybe something you’ve been putting off? Or if it helped you realized a situation where you’ve THOUGHT you’ve been doing things differently but you weren’t? I think that was the boat I was in. I thought I was switching things up…but not REALLY. Know what I mean? You guys always have tons more insight!
In other news I have a new ALISON SHOW TEAM!!! in place, helping me get content posted for the future! Like all the parties I did with Bing and some other fun stuff! So things are LOOKING UP around here! Thank you all so much for your insightful and thoughtful comments on my last post (about blogging in general). I didn’t get a chance to respond to as many comments as I like to, but I wanted you to know I loved and read, and re-read them all. Thank you!
Here’s to trying to make it another day without a complete and total mental breakdown! WE CAN ALL DO IT!
Remember how I did all those parties with Bing and never posted on my blog?! Well here are some of my favorite photos from the Flamingo Fest Dance Party that happened Provo on June 30th! Haha, then read on for more info about everything else!
I flew my sister, Andrea, in just for the party! Lot’s of cleavage shots. Sorry friends.
THE BEST GROUP OF LADIES! These hot mamas helped set up and take down the party! Thank you girls!
Hello fabulous friends! How good are those pictures?! A huge THANK YOU to Bing for getting Smilebooth out to UTAH! It’s always SO SO FUN! And in case you’re wondering how I look so FLY in the picutres…HA…remember I have a HOW TO LOOK HOT IN PHOTO BOOTHS TUTORIAL VIDEO! I know. I know.
So this is me, Alison. Remember how I have a blog here? Remember how I haven’t posted in FOREVER! AH! I know. I’ve just been thinking a lot, about all I do, and what I want to do. Oh and there was that little matter of me hosting/throwing 6 parties in 2-3 weeks. And in case you were confused, to reiterate, I was hired by BING to help host 5 workshops/parties for bloggers, makers, influencers all over the country (and I did one party for a BING dinner for the blogging conference Alt Summit).
In four of the cities they were small 20-person workshops, we learned a skill (with fun blogger co-hosts) and I spoke about my How to Be Awesome series. But for Provo, I hosted the Flamingo Dance Fest. AND IT WAS AWESOME. Because that was my “skill” throwing a dance party. Hahaha.
I can’t wait to share the rest of the parties/pictures/videos with you!
But in the meantime back to the blog. I’ve been gone a lot! Haha. And so busy doing what I love: bringing people together and hopefully making them feel good! But anyway. I’m not sure how the blog fits in really. It’s obviously something I love. But there are so many other ways to share content. And I just don’t know if this format is the best for me anymore. I’m toying with the idea of turning the blog into more of a site. So that the content is easier to navigate through in like a series format. So for example, instead of posting 3 times a week or so…I’d upload my content chunks at a time. Like when I post the pictures of the 6 parties I did, I put all 6 posts up at once. SONIC BOOM! Then use my social media channels, like IG and Facebook to update you on a more regular basis. I also have been trying to get a newsletter list together and I’m failing at that. But I love the idea of it. A newsletter! Would you be into that? If it was a RAD ONE?!
Do you really read blogs? How do you consume them? Do you link from Facebook, a reader, Instagram? Lots of people have been saying “blogs are dead” for a while now. But I don’t think they are DEAD. I just think that the way we consume them is changing. Pinterest and Instagram changed the online world! I mean if you’re here that means you read them. But I feel like the times, they are a changing, and there are only so many hours in the day! And I’m just always trying to figure out how to use them best. Anyway. Changes are underfoot!
I’d also really love to hear your feedback and I love you all! Thanks for being a part of this online life!
The best part is it’s Bing’s treat! That’s right! Totally free for you, well you people who live close enough to Provo, Utah to come! It’s not just for bloggers, or people who whore themselves out on social media (like me), but for everyone!
BUT because of that, there are a limited number of spots, about 200 only! So you have to RSVP for a ticket! And it’s first come first serve! So hurry, hurry!
And please just one per person, so have your gal pal’s register for themselves!
Ok so about the party! It is going to be awesome, it is for friends of The Alison Show and Bing! So it’s not like a family party, it’s a dance party, for hot mamas! Ok!? I hope you understand that I love your children, but I do not want them stealing ANY of my dance floor space. Wait, did I just sound heartless? MUHAHAHAHA.
Dress code: THINK PINK
There will be nail art! Signature drinks, Smilebooth (which is like the creme de la creme of ALL photo booths!) and I cannot confirm nor deny the possibility of a giant flamingo!
So now’s our chance to boogie together.
Let’s all shake our tail feathers.
And for those of you too far away to party I hope I can capture enough fun details for you!
So in this episode, which is Part 6, holy moly! Part 6 of my How to Be Awesome series I talk about how being awesome means you: Invest In People Who Invest In You!
The questions that prompted this part were, “How do I feel awesome and what should I do when someone is mean to me, I get my feelings hurt, or I feel left out?”
Because even though I’m 30, I’m sorry to say these things STILL HAPPEN. Hahaha. Sometimes people don’t mean to hurt your feelings but they still get hurt! And other times people are being asses and they totally suck. I like to give people the benefit of the doubt and assume that the best, but no matter how you slice it some people are just bullies. As adult females we call those women, “Mean girls” and it’s like a euphemism I think. Mean girls, and mean people are flat out bullies.
But I think the main thing I didn’t expect to still be happening when I was 30 was the feeling of getting left out, or not included. So like I said, I thought about these things a lot, and how as an aspiring awesome human I wanted to handle them, and my solution was:
Invest in people who invest in you.
So check it out and see if you find it helpful! It has really really helped me over the past couple of weeks! I talk about how investments in the wrong people can cause an awesomeness bankruptcy! And when you invest in the right people you will be RICH in awesomeness. I thought I was pretty damn clever.
Also I’m more or less still participating in my own 30 Days of Awesome Challenge! Haha.