Shawn and I just gave birth to our new love-child, FeedFront Magazine. It's something that we've talked about for a long time, and to see it come to fruition is nothing less than exciting for me.
FeedFront Magazine, the Official Magazine of Affiliate Summit, is all printed and in the mail now to subscribers.
If you attended Affiliate Summit this past February in Las Vegas or last August in Miami, and live in the U.S. (and your address hasn’t changed), you should be getting the first issue in the coming weeks.
The magazine is dedicated to bringing ideas, resources, and opinions from Internet marketing innovators to you before your next project or venture.
FeedFront is for the futurists; the next-gen marketers; the early adopters in affiliate marketing.
Alex (my 7-year old) was in his first grade play this morning. He's the one dressed in a red t-shirt with green shorts (… I had nothing to do with that outfit!). I am very proud of him as he rehearsed his signs for weeks to make sure that he'd get it right for today. He brought a tear to my eye when I watched him perform, along with his classmates.
You know, it wasn't so long ago that I used to believe that not taking vacations or days off entitled me to some sort of badge of honor when it came to my work ethic. I thought that working late and having to miss school trips or hockey practice just went along with getting ahead.
Now I realize that people that miss out on incredible moments (like first grade plays) because it “interferes” with their work schedule, simply deserve a badge for being nuts. As my mother always says — life is not a dress rehearsal. It's moments like these that you never get to re-live again.
Today, I met up with a few other fantastic people that are doing the 2008 Breast Cancer 3-day in various states. We did an 8-mile training walk around the Dr. Phillips area in the ferocious 91 degree heat. Jen from Market Leverage, who is also on Team Affiliate Marketers Worldwide joined in on the walk as well. It was the longest walk that she's done thus far and she did great.
Please remember, if you'd like to support me by giving a donation, you may do so online at www.Missys60milewalk.com.
Missy Ward is an affiliate marketing Swiss Army knife, work at home mom, die-hard AC/DC fan and active fundraiser for charities that support breast cancer research, treatment and community programs. Learn More »