Monday, May 6

Giving Away: Ten $50 Gift Cards!

Morning Loves! Hope you're having an awesome start to your week, even if it is a Monday:) I've had the chance to participate with a bunch of amazing other bloggers in bring TEN of you the chance to win a $50 Gift Card to either Target or Macy's!! Don't forget to check out the other bloggers, and most of all don't forget to enter yourself in every way you can! This one's gonna be good!:)
Chasing Davies // The Mrs. & the Momma // Sandy a la Mode // TfDiaries // Jessica... Who?
Casey Leigh // Chioma's Evolution of Style // Pop of Style // GBO Fashion // Pretty Polished Perfect
Camp Patton // The Other Side of Gray // Chic on the Cheap // The Serena Saga // Lemons, Avocados, and the Bay

A Beautiful Ruckus // the daily dani // Crowley Party // Wild & Precious // the Freckled Fox
In case you're wondering where the coupons are coming from, its Coupons.com! They've been kind enough to bring you this giveaway today for not just one lucky winner, but TEN!  Five winners will receive a $50 Target e-gift card and the other 5 will receive a $50 Macy's e-gift card ($500 value)...just in time for Mother's Day! Make sure to check out Coupons.com as well for great Target and Macy's offers!
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Thinking back through when I was growing up to now, I realize that my mother not only is the biggest and best example of an amazing wife and mother that I could possibly want or need, but also the most selfless person I've ever known. I'm one of the younger children in a huge family, and on top of birthing all those children(most of them naturally), she chose to deal with them all 24 hours a day by homeschooling us all. I never understood when I was little of course, but now that I have my own life and family I realize just how much she did for us and others, and how little I ever saw her do anything for herself, or take time off. She was always doing thirty things at once between cooking massive meals to up-keeping our huge garden, playing piano for singers and concerts, teaching music and school lessons, driving kids to and from, lots of time on the phone finding ways to help others, etc etc. She went to bed long after we all did and woke up way before, and yet through all that she still managed to be happy and sweet all the time. I could never be as selfless as she is and has always been, but at least I'm close enough to her that I can try and learn, every day:) Love you mom!
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In the spirit of mother's day, make sure to leave your mom's best advice she ever gave you (about anything!) in the comments below!

You can enter this giveaway through Rafflecopter now through Sunday, May 12th on any of the participating blogs.  Good luck and Happy Mother's Day to all your mamas.


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Thanks for stoppin by today, and don't forget to enter in all the way's you can!
xo, Emily
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27 comments:

  1. The best savings advice was, go for the clearance rack first lol!

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  2. Such a sweet post :)
    My mum has set such a great example to me too, and also told me that she would never be disappointed in me. For a worrier, that was awesome!

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  3. Such a sweet post :)
    My mum has set such a good example to me too, and has always told me that she would never be disappointed in me - for a worrier that was so encouraging!

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  4. If a coupon is available, use it!

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  5. My mom always encouraged to live for God and do my best. She was right! :)

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  6. Best savings advise was always a stash of emergency cash.

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  7. Advice from my mom.....if you want something (material or in life), work for it! Don't just sit around and wait for it to happen, but do something about it.

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  8. Brush your teeth as much as possible. A pretty smile is all the beauty you need!

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  9. My Mom's best advice has been "Be who you are",

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  10. My mom taught me to only buy what you need Hanna

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  11. My mom taught me that shopping can always be fun! Even if it's grocery shopping...a cup of coffee can make it better! :)

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  12. My mom's best advice came when I was really discouraged and second guessing every decision I'd made. We were in the car and she asked me why the rear-view mirror was so small in comparison to the windshield. I was probably too busy crying to respond, to be honest! But she said it's the same with life; looking back is useful, but we were ultimately made to look to the future and be open to possibilities. I'll never forget it.

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  13. Great giveaway on your site. Thanks for sharing the others.

    If you get a sec, check out my latest post.

    Hope you're having a great day.
    Sofia

    stylishlyinlove.blogspot.com

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  14. My mom and I have a great relationship! And over the years she's offered me wonderful advice, the best of which is to wear clothing that fits your body type and learn which styles and colors look best on you when it comes to your coloring, etc. She's a special lady. :)

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  15. Who wouldn't love a Target gift card - I'd for sure spend it ALL on my mother for Mother's Day if she were still here.

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  16. My mom has taught me to love the clearance rack :)

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  17. Thanks for hosting such an awesome giveaway!!!

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  18. The best advice my mom gave me when shopping or dressing myself was to always dress appropriate enough to run into anyone I might know and not be embarrassed and to dress classic so that I won't be embarrassed to see a picture of myself 10 years from now.

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  19. My mom taught me to always use coupons when I can!

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  20. Mom taught me to serve others. :)

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  21. My mom always taught me to save some of my paycheck for the future/rainy day!

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  22. My mom told me to never leave the house with my bra straps showing and to always save at least 10% of my paycheck :) excellent advice!

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  23. My mom always said to treat people the way you would like to be treated.
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  24. My mom taught me that in life, you are never given more than you can handle. The people with the most burdens and hardships are the strongest.

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  25. My mom taught me that in life, you are never given more than you can handle. The people who face the most suffering and hardships are the strongest.

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