The first weekend in February was spent in Atlanta at the very first Supermom Culture weekend. Our host was the owner of Supermom Culture, Trina Small. I know Trina from the blogging world and she has become a great business woman.
On Supermom weekend, we danced the first night away with Blue Chair Bay Rum, the sponsor with DJ Ty Alexander and conversations with Myleik Teele.
Saturday morning we started early with a dance work, led by Renate. OMG, I wish this lady was in Tampa. It was a good sweat for sure. That afternoon, we listened to a panel on motherhood and finances.
I was also able to speak and share a little about The Knighten Project. Trina chose The Knighten Project as her charity of choice this year, as a portion of the sales tickets will go towards my non-profit. The Knighten Project provides brand new suitcases for teens aging out of foster care and fill them everyday essentials. Trina’s donation will bless so many teens. We are SUPER grateful over here!
Saturday evening, we had so much fun at the Supermom comedy show. Every single comedian was funny! I went to the event alone but knew so many women from my blogging & business years. It was like a reunion for real.
And how can I forget about the SWAG bag! I don’t have pics of it because I had to make room in my suitcase (it was so much) and I was afraid I would have to leave some behind. But, I got it packed and once I arrived home, I just put it up. But OMG – it was massive! Outside of Blue Chair Bay Rum & Band-aids, every product was from a black women owned business.
If you follow Supermom Culture on IG, check out her recap of the event and don’t miss next year.