Lots of Love Giveaway

Wel­come to the Lots of Love Give­away Event. This event is hosted by And The Lit­tle Ones Too, Put A Lit­tle Umbrella In Your Drink, Seeds of Life, and Tak­ing Time For Mommy. This event fea­tures give­aways with a value of $25 or more at each of the par­tic­i­pat­ing blogs! Be sure to visit each blog from the linky below and enter for your chance to win! This event will close on Feb­ru­ary 14th at 11:59 pm EST.

Seeds of Life is spon­sor­ing this give­away hop with a great prize.  You can enter to Win 2 Months of Health Coach­ing.  One lucky win­ner will have weekly phone ses­sions to develop a lifestyle plan designed specif­i­cally for the win­ner.  The plan will be based on the winner’s goals and needs, right now.  In addi­tion, the pack­age include daily email sup­port and easy to use tools that pro­vide fast results.  This is a prize pack worth over $500.

Why am I giv­ing away such a valu­able prize pack­age?  I’m glad you asked.  2012 is all about cre­at­ing health and hap­pi­ness for me.  I want to share my for­tune with one lucky win­ner who is ready to trans­form their life.

Health Coach­ing will:

  • Help you get rid of cravings
  • Increase your energy levels
  • Feel great in your body
  • Learn about and try new foods
  • Improve your per­sonal relationships
  • Dis­cover the con­fi­dence to cre­ate the life you want

Weekly sup­port will allow us to adjust the pro­gram and estab­lish man­age­able and last­ing health changes.  I use time-tested tools to bring insight and clar­ity to my clients and sup­port them with prac­ti­cal changes that fit into their lifestyle.  Clients are guided every step of the way, ensur­ing they are really mak­ing changes that work for them.

If you have ever strug­gled to eat healthy, to get fit, or have an ongo­ing health con­cern, health coach­ing can help get you on track to a bet­ter life.  Enter to win today. The Raf­fle­copter is listed below.  You will need Javascript enabled to view the form.  Be sure to fol­low direc­tions, I ver­ify the win­ning entry to be sure they com­pleted the task.  Don’t miss out on this great prize pack­age for miss­ing a step.

Good Luck!

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Please under­stand that And The Lit­tle Ones Too, Put A Lit­tle Umbrella In Your Drink, Seeds of Life, and Tak­ing Time For Mommy, along with the other “Lots of Love Event” blog­gers are not respon­si­ble for spon­sors that do not ful­fill their prizes. How­ever, we are respon­si­ble for con­tact­ing our spon­sors regard­ing the winner’s prize at the close of the give­away. We expect that our spon­sors will ful­fill their prize agree­ment and ship them to the win­ners in a timely manner.


  1. Hailey Stuckart says

    Stay­ing away from gluten…I did it last year and had great suc­cess but totally fell off in the sum­mer and while I’m doing alright, I need to really focus to get my com­mit­ment back {and my body}. Great giveaway!!!

  2. says

    I have a cou­ple of prob­lems. I have a heart arrhyth­mia that acts up with stress and phys­i­cal exer­tion. I have a (hope­fully) cyst on my kid­ney, and I have an area of dried blood in the left tem­po­ral lobe of my brain. and have depres­sion and angzi­aty prob­lems. Oh and I am about 15 to 20 lbs over weight. Not bad for being in my mid 50s. I am deter­mined to get in bet­ter shape, and eat bet­ter as well. I am tired of all the hos­pi­tal vis­its. (Crap and I have prob­lems spelling)

    Pamela Jo
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  3. Carolina B. says

    I’ve always been strug­gling to get phys­i­cally fit. I don’t that much of a healthy food. What’s the health­i­est food you could rec­om­mend to some­one who is very thin? I want to gain weight.

    Thanks for this pro­gram! Very empowering!

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    • says

      Car­olina, I have heard that egg whey is good for weight gain. Friend of mine who had trou­ble with preg­nancy used egg whey. It was the only thing that would put and keep weight on. Good luck!

    • says

      I have a picky son so I under­stand that. I have just been mak­ing things they will eat and I can leave off the stuff I don’t want like the pasta or pota­toes. I just eat the pro­tein and veg­gie or salad.

  4. Lewann Rice says

    My #1 Chal­lenge is Chronic pain, I have Fibromyal­gia and my pain lev­els change daily. I have been walk­ing as much as pos­si­ble but some days are bet­ter then others.My #2 Chal­lenge is I have a prob­lem with eat­ing. I will wake up get a cup of cof­fee and not eat break­fast, just not hun­gry then I get busy doing stuff and I can go all day not eat­ing then at 3 I start get­ting din­ner ready and real­ize I am starv­ing. I will grab a yogurt or string cheese or slice of cheese till din­ner is ready then eat din­ner. Some­time eat­ing more than a serv­ing size some­times just the serv­ing size. Then I am snack hun­gry the rest of the night.

    • says

      Break­fast really is the foun­da­tion of the day. If you can make that one change, your body will start want­ing food on a reg­u­lar sched­ule. Then you won’t get the mid­night munchies that really throw you off.

  5. polly says

    i need to lose some weight…i also suf­fer from migranes and 3 years ago i suf­fered a brain anuerism trig­gered by a migrane and was in a coma for 3 weeks.…i was very lucky to have sur­vived it and no last­ing effects…life is grand!

  6. Georgia says

    What a great idea!! Thanks for an awe­some give­away! Some­times i just get too busy, and fig­ure i’ll exer­cise later. That is my biggest mistake@

  7. Katrina Page says

    My #1 Chal­lenge is my Boyfriend. Who hates exer­cise, loves sit­ting around all week­end play­ing videogames and his idea of a home cooked meal is eat­ing at Apple­bees. I only get to see him on the week­ends, so I do so good all week and then on the week­ends, I end up sit­ting around, eat­ing nachos or something. :/


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