You’re Going to Have to Be in Charge of the Thinking Part

I’m sleepy, jacked up on Robitussin PM (or whatever it is called) and about to go to bed, but before I do (and while my blog is still working) I have a question for you:

If you were going to a panel discussion about blogging and I was sitting on the panel what do you think the session would be about?

Or even better what would you want me to talk about?

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I almost forgot! I am giving a Perfect Post Award to Miss Chicky for her post Two Pieces. If you are a sucker for the grandfather/granddaughter bond you will love it too.

You can see the rest of the Perfect Posts on Petroville and Suburban Turmoil.

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  1. I’m trying to think if I should be constructive or silly. You probably want constructive? for that I need sleep – I’m fasting for bloodwork. I’ll come back.

  2. You’d be with me on the panel “How to drink and blog at the same time.” And we’d drink during the panel.

    Now I want to be on a panel. And have a drink.

  3. “How I dominated the blogosphere in 3 short years.”

  4. 18 Answers to the question: “What’s the difference between 6 and half a dozen?”

  5. I like Christina’s answer. However, I’d be thinking more along the lines of “How can someone merge all her various bloggy interests into one cohesive empire and still have time to look fabulous.” No, seriously. How can you be both a successful mommy blogger and a sports blogger? It seems like in this world you need to choose a label and stick to it.

  6. Blogging: keeping it real, yo.

    (Picturing Gabe saying this somehow — I think because of that story about drinking Cristal in the front yard)

  7. Potty humor, of the good kind.

  8. Me.

    I’d want you to talk about me.

  9. Sarah, Goon Squad Sarah presents:

    Women as Sports Fans: How Advertisers Are Missing a Gold Mine

    or

    I Make Eleventy Bazillion Dollars From My Blog. Ask Me How!
    (I’m guessing it involves Winzy. Or outright lying.)

    or

    Website Reliability: Dos and Don’ts

  10. I think the panel should be about pork buffets and you should talk about why Erin shouldn’t try to climb into paddle boats while pregnant.

  11. Duu-uude. You’re going to be on a panel?

    I was going to say something like “How I had twins and managed to keep my sanity” but that’s still up for debate, isn’t it?

  12. Oh yeah, and thanks again for the award. Jerk.

    😉

  13. I’d want to know how you structure your day: When you write, how you keep the kids busy, whether you have help, etc.

  14. I’d want to know how you got cool enough to be on the panel.

    But I like Christina’s idea better.

  15. How your blog has helped people by answering hilarous search words.

  16. How to write a perfect, unpretentious, hilarious blog without a touch of stultifying gender-bias.

    Nice blogging, by Sarah

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