Monday, July 28, 2014

Weekly Wrap-Up: Columbus, OH & Muncie, IN

I spent last week travelling with mom. Our first stop was the Thirty-One conference in Columbus, OH. (I got so many free things, but those will have to be another post when I have a good picture of them!) Then, we headed to Muncie, IN where my parents are from to visit some friends and family. This week's wrap-up will be a bunch of pictures from last week!
 
Columbus Zoo

General Session - Look at how many people were there! That's a lot of good ideas and support in one place! I met so many new friends!

A selfie to prove I was there!
 

The super-cool journal that they gave us to record our thoughts and notes in. It was a smash journal complete with stickers and adorable pink chevron tape!

I got to see and touch all the new fall products. I'm super excited about what's to come!

They unveiled new boxes that are coming! Order from Thirty-One and even the packaging will make you feel special. :)

The awards dinner that was served to us.

I didn't get many pictures in Muncie, but I did get this one - the phone you order from at Pizza King!
 
 
I am so exhausted and I'm sure I'll be even more exhausted at the end of this week because there's so many things on my to do list!
 
 
Linking up...
 
The Rachael Way

 
 

7 comments:

  1. How much fun does that conference look!! 31 is such an amazing company!

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  2. That looks like such a fun way to order pizza!

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  3. It looks like your whole trip was awesome! Almost makes me want to join this 31 thing, hahah! Glad you had a good time :)

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    1. It was so awesome! I loved that I got to meet so many new people!

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  4. Did you get to explore Columbus besides going to the zoo? I lived there for 4 years, and even when I moved away I still drove back fairly often. Thirty-One does have some nice lunchboxes--several of the teachers I worked with sold 31.

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    1. The zoo was really the only place I made it too. Most of the time was spent in conference sessions. It definitely looks like it has a lot more to offer than I would have thought!

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