Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Check out PinkTogether.com, where you can share stories about how breast cancer has affected your life and you can also help vote on $1 Millon of General Mills's donation will end up. It is a great cause, so be sure to like the page. Pink Together began with the belief that one person’s story is another person’s hope. Today, it’s a place where breast cancer survivors, patients, family members, and supporters can connect to each other to share guidance, hope and maybe, one day, a cure.
It includes the following items:
- A 16 oz. box of Total cereal
- VIP coupons valid for one box of Cheerios and Multigrain Cheerios cereal and one cup of Yoplait yogurt
- Betty Crocker Living with Cancer Cookbook Pink Together Edition, which includes a collection of more than 150 delicious recipes with complete nutrition information and a 32-page Pink Together Survivor Ambassador bonus section that shares inspirational personal stories of survival as well as recipes
- Water bottle and removable silicone awareness bracelet
- Drawstring sport backpack
- Rhinestone ear buds
How to enter:
Leave a comment below with a story about how breast cancer has affected your life or someone you know.
Extra entries(leave an extra comment for each):
- Like the PinkTogether page and leave a comment saying that you did.
- Vote where you want the donation money to go and leave a comment saying where you chose.
- Tweet the following(up to three times a day): Win a Pink Together Prize Pack via BBV http://bit.ly/nW9dyR #MyBlogSpark
This giveaway will end on October 28th at midnight Eastern. It is open to residents of the US.
More information can be found here:
- PinkTogether.com (on Facebook) http://bit.ly/PinkTogether
- Pink Together YouTube Channel http://bit.ly/PinkTogetherVid
Disclosure: The Pink Together prize pack, information and coupons have been provided free of charge by General Mills through MyBlogSpark.
Friday, October 14, 2011
Monday, October 10, 2011
Remember the days when scrubs were either blue or covered in silly patterns? That is definitely no longer the case.
If you work in the medical field and are looking for nursing uniform scrubs, then you should certainly check out Blue Sky Scrubs. They have fashionable uniforms for medical personnel. I especially enjoy the tops that come in Carnegie green and turquoise. Very cute!
The company was started by a medical student, who didn't love the idea of wearing ugly scrub hats and who also had a hard time fitting her hair into the caps. She started making her own Pony Scrub hats and the rest is fashionable (medically speaking) history.
Blue Sky also offers scrubs for men and children, as well as other items such as lab coats and more.
For more information check out: http://www.blueskyscrubs.com/categories/Scrubs/
Saturday, October 1, 2011
I don't wear a lot of suits, but when I do I have a few go to stores to check out. One is definitely Express. They have suits that flatter the body and have the look of an expensive suit at a fraction of the cost. Every person should have a suit in their wardrobe, regardless of profession, because they are just one of those staples that can come in handy on any given day.
Also, they have suits for both men and women, so your dude can buy one as well. Is there anything sexier than a guy in a well tailored suit? I think not.
Check out a couple of women's suits:
And some men's suits:
Also, did you know that there is an Express sweepstakes going on right now? You can win a $500 suiting makeover from Express.
What suits are your favorite from Express? Share your opinions in the comment section below.