Congrats to black belt/wine lover/redhead Karina Jean, winner of the Mighty Summit bag.
She’s a goodie. And so are you.
Since it was so fun to give away the Epiphanie bag, when I had another chance to give you cats something good, I jumped. Thanks long term readers for helping me out. Thanks new readers too!
You’ve heard about those Mighty Summit bags filled with treats?
I have this year’s for you.
It’s a doozy.
We start with the bag.
Large Natural Zip Top Canvas Tote Bag by Lands End
This is our go-to carry on. Perfect for packing children. Not actual children. Come to think of it, I do tote both toddlers around in mine from time to time.
They’re little and fun to put into things.
The children, not the bags.
(I’m going to stop now.)
Tieks by Gavrieli
Mine are coppery and glittery and perfect. When you’re at as many parties as I am, these are essential. They are beautifully packaged and come with a little bag for storage.
Bamboo Dahlia Necklace By Feisty Elle
I always find something more practical to spend my money on than accessories. This necklace makes it seem as if that’s not the case
This bag doesn’t get as much use as it will with my NEXT laptop. The laptop I have now is rather jacked from the toddlers.
Tattly Temporary Tattoos
My little ladies love the rainbow tattoos. I prefer the robots. James likes them all.
I am proud to use Typekit for lots of projects. Easy, straightforward to implement and beautiful
The Happiness Project
I sat next to Gretchen Rubin at our closing dinner. She’s the most curious lady I’ve ever met. (And I don’t mean that she’s CURIOUS. I mean she’s honestly curious. She wants to know how the world works. It all fascinates her. Which is awesome.) Her blog and her New York Times Bestselling book demonstrate her curiosity and her willingness to share all she’s learned.
The Quintet Necklace by Lemonade Handmade
This little necklace isn’t just special for representing a commitment to yourself. It’s also looks great with lots of other kinds of jewelry.
Like I just did for the Epiphanie bag, I’ll use random.org to select the winner. If you win, I’ll reach out by email to make it real and then let you know who won next Friday in its own post and in this original post. You can only win if you’re in U.S. and Canada.