May 15, 2018

My Interview with Kristen Bell at Mom 2.0

If you follow me on social media, then you are well aware that I attended the Mom2.0 Summit last week in Pasadena. This gathering of digital women, mainly mothers, is a place for bloggers, vloggers, authors, digital influencers, marketers, media, PR, brands, and friends to connect over the unique HUSTLE that is making it in the online playing field.

This year was extra special because Mom2.0 turned 10 years old! A whole decade of digital power-women supporting each other… BOOM!



I have been to all but maybe two Mom2.0’s, so these summits always feel part high school reunion/ part business conference, with a whole lot of inside jokes and ab-workout worthy laughter sprinkled on top.

One of the highlights this year was a keynote interview with Kristen Bell when she sat down with Access LIVE’s Natalie Morales for a chat about motherhood, philanthropy, marriage, Hollywood, and everything in between. I liked Kristen a whole lot before, but I’m full on girl-crushing on her now. She’s as witty, fun, and real as you hope her to be.


And as if that weren’t enough…. I GOT TO INTERVIEW HER NEXT!




That’s right, we had a one-on-one pow-wow for TODAY Parents over on TODAY.com!
In the interview, Kristen Bell opens up about anxiety and depression, her social media rules, and of course, playing with her kids!

Watch the video above and you’ll have a major girl crush on her too, I promise.

On the last day of the conference I held a PLAYshop called "The Success Building Magic of Goofing Off" in one of the Langham Hotels cottages that pepper the back lawn. It was an intimate gathering where we focused on how to incorporate more playfulness into our daily hustle.




We laughed, we cried, we made promises to ourselves to PLAY as hard as we work… or at least half as hard.

Friday night brought us the coveted IRIS Awards. Our version of the Golden Globes, where the best in blogs, vlogs, LIVE feeds, podcasts, philanthropic campaigns, instagram feeds, and more are honored by the community.


I was thrilled to present the award I won last year, “Break Out of the Year" to Happy Loud Life. If you don’t follow them, go… go now.

Next year Mom2.0 Summit is headed to Austin TX, and I hope to see you there! Women truly supporting women is rare. I’m super thankful to Mom2.0 Summit for consistently setting a stellar example of how it should be done.

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