yay! it's the power day give-a-way!!!

Hi Everyone!

Whew!  Happy to announce the first Power Day Give-A-Way of the year.  As some of you know, I've kicked off a Power Year with the awesome Megan QuickeHere are my goals for the year, and here's my first update.

I'm having a ton of fun following through with these challenges and similar to "when the student is ready, the teacher will appear" I've found that "if a public forum is needed, an event will appear".  Meaning, I will also be participating in the Salon-Style Bicycle Art Show.  More details to come on that one.

Drumroll please...

Here is the very fun-to-have-made-for-you, awesome reclaimed paper, wire-bound notebook!  It's filled with lots of fun and colorful graph and lined papers.  All reclaimed, even the wire and machine used to make it are secondhand!

To enter to win this (and a few other goodies, free shipping included...) simply follow this blog or add it to your rss feed and leave a comment below.  If you'd like a topic, tell me about a time when you  worked super hard towards a goal...  The winner will be randomly selected.  To get additional entries, repost a link to this blog entry on Twitter, the Facebooks, or your own blog.  Just include a link below so I know you did it and count your additional entries!

Because this is such a green book, all recovered materials and all, I'll select the winner on the day we celebrate by wearing green, St. Patty's Day!  So you've got till sometime next Thursday to post away!

Thanks for helping to spread the word about my project.  The support really helps me stay motivated and I've got lots of fun things I'm looking forward to sharing with you.  Such as, Monday I'll be reviewing my weekend with you in photos.  I've just come home from an awesome art show and am looking forward to telling you all about it!

Have a super-awesome weekend!



Curtis Collectables :) said...

I love your blog and this is a great giveaway.

I worked super hard towards a goal for over four years getting through being in the Army so I could have the college money that I needed so I can finally become a teacher.

Bek said...

im a follower :)

amy said...

Love the notebook...so cute! And loved reading about your Power Year plans (I got the link from Megan's site).

A couple of years ago, I decided to train for and run a half marathon, something I'd never done before. I think the keys to my success were having a very specific training plan (which, to be totally honest, I didn't always follow) and joining a group of people with similar goals for long runs. They totally kept my motivated.

Good luck with your Power Year!

zarah from rootmix.blogspot.com said...

I'll post the winner as soon as I get on a full computer!!! Stand by and thanks so much for playing along!