I don't know about you, but I've been on a major media detox over the past week. No NPR (which I normally listen to religiously), no Facebook (which I was already trying to cut back anyways pre-election) and no things that will bring any negative energy into my life (or "pop my positive bubble" as I like to say).
No matter your political affiliation is, we must come to terms with the fact that change is inedible with any presidential election. But this particular year, the stakes were higher as we are more divided than ever. It was a long, bloody battle that, despite our differences, everyone could agree we were ready for it to end. Yet..
As a solo-prenuer, conferences are a great way to not only meet people from all walks of life, but also brush up on the latest happenings in the industry. Keeping those skills polished is essential, especially in the marketing field where trends are constantly changing and evolving. And not only are conferences an excuse to travel, the cost of travel and ticket admissions count as a tax deduction too!