Monday, January 3, 2011

My First Blog Giveaway!

Welcome to my very first blog giveaway! I deemed this giveaway a great way to kick off blogging in 2011! Up for grabs is a $15 Amazon gift card for you to spend on amazon.com! To enter this giveaway, all you have to do is tell me what your favourite post of 2010 was, and to make things fair (so that people don't just pick any random post and haven't actually read it) you also have to tell me why it was your favourite post. Simply answer by leaving a comment on this post or you can send me an email via the contact page if you prefer to email me. The winner will be selected via random.org  and will be announced on the 17/01/11. New readers are more than welcome to enter and you can check out my top ten popular posts of 2010 to help you out.

Please note:

  • You MUST quote the name of the post title AND state your reason for it being your favourite post to be eligible
  • Winner will be announced in a blog post on the 17/01/11 and the winner will be asked to contact me via email
  • The gift card will be sent to the winner via email
  • If unclaimed within 7 days, another winner will be announced
  • Multiple entries will not be counted



Good Luck!!


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3 comments:

Meri said...

http://www.chronicallycreative.net/2010/11/facing-fear-monster-21-steps-to.html

This one, conquering your fear, was my favorite (so far, as I'm a new reader and obviously haven't had a chance to read all of your posts yet haha!)
I like it as I've dealt with some pretty massive centipede related fears over a few years of infested apartments. Eventually I had to take control of it lest I never feel comfortable or even mildly okay in my own home... Happy to say I'm now centipede and anxiety free about it! (moving helped, but that's not the only reason).
Cheers!
Meri

Alanna said...

Easy! I loved reading your "30 things about my invisible illness you may not know" (http://www.chronicallycreative.net/2010/09/30-things-about-my-invisible-illness.html).

I also have an invisible illness (rheumatoid arthritis) and I related to so many things you said in that post. Here are a few of your posts I loved. I know I said I wouldn't post on every single one of them, but now you've given me a second chance... I might!

#5: so annoying! what makes it worse is when people throw in the line "but you're too young to have arthritis". Grr. I know people don't realise they are being insensitive, but oh!, they are!

#6: ditto! some mornings i just want to stay in bed, especially when im in pain. but i know i have to get up and be somewhat active to start feeling better. but fatigue + morning stiffness + 9am uni lectures is the worst!

#13: sounds amazing! good luck with it all :)

#14: me too :) :)

#15: i know what you mean. i feel like i miss out on so much with my friends, not only because im sore and tired, but also because i dont drink, theyve stopped inviting me when they go out to town or on weekends away. im hoping they get over this stage soon :)

#17: yup! grr.

#18: well, i never went for runs before but what annoys me most is that everyone tells you that you have to be active but no one tells you how to know how much pain youll be in after.

#20: go scrapbooking and card making!! :)

#23: once again, i know they mean well, but grr!!

Thanks again for your great reads Emily, I'm really happy I found your blog :)

phylor said...

"Spreading the Sticky Note Love" is my fav for several reasons: I love that you shared your messages; and I also participated in guerilla sticky note tactics leaving them on the windows of spaces under renovation (everyone peeks in to see what's up); on the train schedule signs at the train stations I stop at when I go shopping (some did disappear and I trully hope they were taken by folks with chronic illness) and other public places.
I enjoyed reading where you left your notes, your comments on invisible illness week, and your committment (even if post (excuse the pun) the actual event -- just like me and my fatigue, you got around to it when you could: the important thing is that you did! You truly embraced the each one, reach one through your post-it-notes, and your blog!
Hope you get lots of enteries to choose from. And, thanks for the idea: I really should try a giveaway too!

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