All our Bloggers looked amazing and really made my job of choosing favorites difficult. I was very close to just keeping the prizes for myself so I didn't have to choose (SEEEEE, I'm thinking of you guys).
Last month I was undertheweather* and complaining (via Twitter) that I needed a MUG for my Chinese Herbs (aka my lifesaver). There is this terrifying thing going on whereby I have finally lost or broken everything that Trevis and I received from our wedding. Now, I ain't one to bother with feeling "old" but this realization was a pretty hard pill to swallow. What happens now? Do I actually BUY my own home supplies?
I mean it sounds like a normal mature decision, buy new home accessories when you need them. Right?
WRONG. The last thing I want to spend my own money on is anything that doesn't directly benefit my personal appearance. Cause I am dynamic like that.
A few days after my Mug-less tweet I received a package from one of my Social Media Soul Sisters, Jill Sites.** Yup. Pimp Mug was born.
So what did we learn from this experience? Sharing every thought in my head to Social Media DOES in fact have benefits and of course, ask and you shall receive.