AdDress Your Heart Twitter Party

I wanted to let you all know about a twitter party I am co-hosting with Toni-Lynn tonight.

Given my dads recent passing from congestive heart failure and my brothers heart attack this last March, I can not be more proud to partner once again this year with Campbell on the AdDress Your Heart Twitter Party. They are donating $1 for every tweet today using the #AYH hashtag up to $625,000 to the Go Red For Women campaign.

It is so going to rock and I hope you can come! Tim Gunn is lending his support and answering readers questions on my review blog. There are awesome prizes you can win, including Macy’s giftcards.

Click the button for all the details. Even if you can’t make the party, please make sure to include #AYH in all your tweets today!

A Much Needed Night of Pampering

Last Wednesday I got together with the ever fabulous Amber from Mile High Mamas for a fun night of pampering at the Sephora in Boulder. The fabulous group I lead, Mom It Forward here in Colorado showed up in full force to donate products to Safe House in both Denver and Boulder. I think it is funny how you can’t really tell a Mile High Mama from a Mom It Forward gal anymore because everyone rocks social media and charity.

There is no way that I could do a more fabulous write up of the event than Amber did so head over to Mama’s Night Out at Sephora Redefines a “GHD” (Good Hair Day) and read all about it.

I do want to apologize for not being my usual energetic self at the party (dancing on the cash wrap not withstanding). There were a few women there I didn’t know and my usual self would have walked right up and introduced myself but I found myself more of a blubbering idiot that night and not really able to carry on a coherent conversation with anyone. My mind was on my dad.

Here is the whrrl story I shot that night. Hope you enjoy it!

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Have a great charity you would like Mom It Forward to consider? Leave me a comment.

Food Bank of the Rockies-$5 Per Comment

This whole process of promise & comment takes 1 min! That 1 min=$5 to the Feeding America Food Bank of the Rockies. Do.It.Now!

Lunchables

You all know that I have worked with the Oscar Mayer team for a while now and I was very happy to participate in their latest campaign which benefits our local food bank, Food Bank of the Rockies. This is a very generous campaign where, for each comment, Lunchables will donate $5 to my local Feeding America location, the Food Bank of the Rockies– up to $1,000 or 200 comments!!!!

Won’t you please help me to help the Food Bank of the Rockies this holiday season?

This is all you need to do:

  • Leave a comment that lists what number the promise was – “I was promise number 12,003 on www.lunchnotepromise.com

I just did mine and it took me 20 seconds!!!!

Thank you from myself, Lunchables and Food Bank of the Rockies!

OH, and just as a friendly competition, no other blogger has had their city reach 200 comments yet so lets totally show that BOTH my readers and the Colorado community ROCKS!!!! Toledo, OH is in the lead.

P.S….I know homeschoolers don’t typically pack lunches but you can still promise to leave a little note for your kids somewhere fun!

Fine print: About the Lunch Note Promise Campaign. The Lunchables team is asking parents and caregivers nationwide to promise to drop a note of encouragement into their child’s lunch. For every parent that logs onto www.lunchnotepromise.com to make that promise, the Lunchables team will donate a meal to children and families in need through Feeding America, which serves an estimated nine million children each year. The goal is to turn 100,000 promises into up to 100,000 meals. The first 200 comments will send $1,000 to Food Bank for the Rockies. Additional promises/comments up to 100,000 for the entire campaign will have a meal  donated to Feeding America. They are currently at a little over 50,o00 so lets get promising.