6 Tips to Keep You Healthy and Happy at the BlogHer Conference

6 Tips to Keep You Healthy and Happy at the BlogHer Conference

When you come home from the BlogHer conference, you will hopefully have a camera full of photographs, a pocket full of bloggie business cards, and a suitcase full of swag. But what you don't want to bring home is exhaustion, or even worse, a cold. Before you leave for BlogHer, check my list of things to bring with you or do while you're there in order to come home refreshed instead of drained.



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Pack all medications in your purse or carry-on luggage just in case you get separated from your bags as you travel. Just in case you need something while you're there, there is a Walgreens only 1/3rd of a mile from the Fairmont Hotel (5 South First Street -- (408) 283-0835).

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