How was at Digital Divas? If I was to #sumitup, pretty interesting at the conference but pretty boring to the awards! It’s the first time I’ve went to this event, which , from the outside seemed to be exclusivity and extraordinary and when I got there I got my feet back on the ground because, you know divas are also people, and no…elves I didn’t decided to get back from Valinor yet…
Because I’m sure there is so much written on the subject I’ll just point the good and the bad from my point of view from this edition (the first I’ve been attending)
What I liked, in no specific order:
- Feelingul of #girlpower
- The outfits- that enchanted my view- you can see down below a few of them
- The fact that there are many women today is Romania interested in fashion, beauty and other things related
- The conferences- They got me thinking about a few things, even tough they were presented by personal brands. After all, in blogging businesses – the person represents the brand so these examples are suggestive.
What I disliked, no specific order again:
- The awards- boring, it doesn’t reflects the reality of the women blogosphere in Romania (at least from my point of view)
- Falsity- I don’t even want to talk about it 😉
- The lack of modesty- yesss, I have a problem, I knoww!
- The comments after the event(yep, the gossip didn’t stop that day)
What can you expect if you have a blog and go there next year? I guess the same, if there won’t be a change out of the blue :P. But, and there’s a big word here, it doesn’t mean that things can’t change. And of course, change starts with us!
An advice (I think this is more for me): Make it worth your time! Create content that matters, not just images that over the years become faded and non relevant.
Down below a few pictures with the outfits I liked via The Bucharests