Cybher. Where do I start?!

So I spent the weekend in that there London for Cybher and oh my godfathers what a weekend. I started to draft this post yesterday on the train home but my mind was buzzing with so many ideas that I just couldn’t get the words down. The same applies today really so I hope that this isn’t too much of a ramble! Ha! But it was such an awesome event, in fact so awesome that awesome isn’t a big enough word for it!

Welcome to Cybher 2013 I met so many great people on the day. Some bloggers I had met before and it was so lovely to see them again and some I met for the very first time. It is so nice to be able to put faces to names after speaking online, in some cases for years! But it was great to meet completely new-to-me bloggers too. I love that Cybher brings together so many different bloggers from parenting to fashion, beauty to tech, craft to lifestyle, you name it – everybody is there! I think this definitely adds to the vibrancy of the day. To be in the company of so many amazing women is just, well, incredibly inspiring. There is so much that we can learn from each other when we come together in such a unique way like Cybher.

The event itself was run like absolute clockwork. Hats off to the whole of Team Cybher you did an incredible job! From the smooth registration, to the free-flowing drinks throughout the day and the amazing lunch. In fact, the lunch was so amazing that I had one of everything. Greedy? Moi? *cough*

The sessions all sounded so good that I must admit that I struggled to decide which ones to go to in advance and just decided on the day. I have to say that I enjoyed every single one of them but I will write about the sessions in a separate Sian To at Cybher 2013 blogging conference London post because there is so much that I learnt and want to share. I must say that there was a really nice flow throughout the day, as in the day was busy but never felt manic. Of course you could skip sessions altogether and just hang downstairs and get a coffee but I honestly didn’t feel the need.

There were breaks throughout the day so I still had plenty of time to chat and see the sponsors. Oh, and have my eyebrows done by the lovely girls at the BrowHaus stand! Ha! I loved that the sponsors were very much in the background though and it was up to you if you even wanted to say hello. It was all so lovely and chilled.

I went to the very first Cybher in 2012 and enjoyed it so much that as soon as the tickets went on sale for this year, there was no question of whether I would go again this year. In fact, I knew that it would be the only conference for me in 2013. But this year’s Cybher was even better – I’m still a bit awe-struck by it all to be honest! It’s quite hard to put into words just what an inspiring day it was but I know from the excited grins that I saw everywhere and the unbelievable buzz that followed on social media that so many others came away feeling just the same way. I spent the whole day thinking now this is how you run a blogging conference!Β Well, that and when can we do this all again?!Β 

love-mostly

About (Mostly) Yummy Mummy

Blissfully happy (mostly) yummy mummy to four children and (occasional) domestic goddess. Aspiring author and blogger extraordinaire.
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24 Responses to Cybher. Where do I start?!

  1. Susan Mann says:

    It was awesome & so wonderful to hang out with you. Miss you already x

  2. My thoughts exactly! It was lovely to meet you at last :-) x

  3. Ah, it really was an ace day, wasn’t it? It was SO great to meet you and hang out for some of the day. I learned a few really good tips and you’re right – the free-flowing drinks and lunchtime food were top notch.

  4. sounds awesome. i keep saying i’m going to give these blogging conferences a go. next year maybe, next year.

  5. It was a superb and classy day x

  6. Mum2BabyInsomniac says:

    I went to Cybher last year and I don’t know whether it was because I chose the wrong sessions but I didn’t really learn anything or feel particularly inspire afterwards so decided not to buy a ticket this year but after seeing all the tweets I really wish I did! There seemed to be a lot more that I was interested in and it is always nice to meet more bloggers but it probably would have been a bit of a nightmare trying to get there with an 8 week old baby. Next year I am going for sure x

  7. It sounds like it was amazing. I followed all the tweets with jealousy. With us moving back to the UK at the end of the year, I’m hoping to be in a better position to go next year.

  8. From my side of things, the support I get from you and many other bloggers is also more than awesome. So thank you.
    I need to work on a way to chill out and enjoy the day though. I just didnt get to talk to even half of the people I wanted to thank. You included. x

  9. Sounds like it was fab, I may have to get myself along to it next year as it sounds like I missed out this time around. Glad you enjoyed it so much though, will miss you at BritMums Live though :-( x

  10. Looks and sounds fab-will have to try make it next year x

  11. Grenglish says:

    Hello lovely, I missed out last year as was in NY, and then this year the date clashed with my father-in-law’s 90th birthday so missed it again! It sounds like you had a wonderful day and got a lot out of it. Does it mean you will not be at BML again this year though? I will miss you :-(

  12. Great write up! It is a shame we did not get to meet. Next time? ;)

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