UPDATE: THE WINNER OF THE LAUREN’S HOPE GIFT CERTIFICATE IS MARTHA POOLE!
The kind people at Lauren’s Hope were thrilled with the positive comments from everyone so they gave me a discount code to offer to my readers.
I know! Exciting, right? A giveaway! I never do giveaways and yet now here I am GIVING SOMETHING AWAY.
I am a glass half full but likes to be prepared type of person. That means while I’m always hopeful things will turn out for the best, I have a plan in place in case they don’t. This is why I always run with three things:
(2) My phone
(3) My medical card
And ever since I ran face first into a low-hanging tree branch because I run looking down at the sidewalk, I also tend to wear bright workout gear because it will make it easier for the paramedics to find me.
This brings me to Lauren’s Hope. Lauren’s Hope combines safety with style. They carry medical i.d. bracelets that don’t, you know, look like medical i.d. bracelets. As a mom of a child with allergies, it’s important that he always has his information on him in case of an emergency. He’s at an age where he wants to blend in a bit more which is why I absolutely love these leather braided medical i.d. bracelets for boys. Or even these paracord bracelets.
Now, just because you don’t have a medical condition doesn’t mean you can’t wear one. For the past three weeks I’ve been wearing this Onyx Ceramic Stainless Steel Alert Bracelet. If something were to happen to me while running, the Universal Medical Alert Symbol is on the outside of the bracelet letting anyone know there is information on the bracelet that can be helpful. In my case, it has my name, home phone number and I.C.E. number engraved on it.
Now here’s the good news! I’m giving away a $50 (US) gift certificate to Lauren’s Hope (and yes, they ship to Canada!!)
To enter, all you have to do is leave a comment below and tell me which bracelet you would get and for who. Please be sure to leave your email address so I can contact you. You have until December 5, 2013 to enter.
The winner will be picked using www.random.org.
Disclaimer: I was given my onxy bracelet for free but I asked that I be able to do a giveaway so one of you can get some awesome medical i.d. jewellery too. I haven’t taken it off since I put it on and my husband actually thought I bought myself a new bracelet. He was quite impressed.