1 Giveaway, 10 Lucky Winners!

 

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

Coupons.com is 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 for great Target and Macy’s offers!

 

Growing up, my mother was a single parent trying to take care of three children on her teacher’s salary. There were times when we didn’t have very much, but my mother pressed on and made it work somehow. As I look back on my childhood, we never were without everything we needed. In fact, as the years went by, we started doing better and better. My mother made many sacrifices when we were younger in order for us to have a better life later on; and it was well worth it. That was the best lesson I learned from her. I have the best mother and I wouldn’t trade her for all the money in the world. I am blessed to have her and I cherish each and everyday I have with her!
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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  • Cecilia - My mom has always said that if you want to pick something up, youll have to be able to set it down when the time comes. She used to say it in relation to boys, LOL.

    xoxo
    Cecilia
    extraextravagant.bs.comReplyCancel

  • Michelle W - My mom has always been big on shopping the sales and making sure you get a good price for your items. If there is damage or a flaw don’t be afraid to ask for a discount!ReplyCancel

  • Jocelyn - I think the mest advice from my mom was to dig through everything in thrift shops, you’ll always walk away with something awesome at a super cheap price!ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer Dysart - The best advice my mom ever gave me was teaching me to shop sales and not be scared of yard sales and thrifting because you never know what deal or treasure you will find!ReplyCancel

  • Jade MorGan - My mom aLways told me to never forget the universal truths that lIVe within Us. So many TImes bad things happen but there are truths And attRibutes that define Who we are and they eXcude frOm within Us. In stormy times hold fast to the TrUths that you know that define youReplyCancel

  • Holly Ritter - My mom always told me to shop the clearance section first!ReplyCancel

  • Chum - it’s really very basic but mom always told me never to go to bed without washing your face. i used to collapse in bed after a long night out and that’s what she’d always remind me about. i guess it works since her skin is flawless at 60!ReplyCancel

  • Anna - Shop at the clearance section firstReplyCancel

  • Lyudmila - I HELPED TO MY MOTHER TO CHANGE OF THE COLOR OF YOUR HAIRReplyCancel

  • Nikell - My mother has always offered great advice. One thing she taught my sister and I was to be ourselves and to love who we are. Thanks for the giveaway (^_^)ReplyCancel

  • Eric - My mother always tolD ME TO PUT MY TRUST IN GOD.ReplyCancel

  • Haylee - To spend time getting ready in the morning so that you feel good about yourself, but then once you leave the house to stop looking into the mirror. Once you’ve left, now begins how you can help people around you instead of just yourself.ReplyCancel

  • Lesley M. - The piece of personal advice my mother gave me, that I really took to heart and follow every day, is to speak properly, with correct grammar.ReplyCancel

    • Serena - That’s a good one too!

  • Happiness at Mid life - my mom is simple lady – no make up and no fashion worries. I learned from her to always checkout the clearance rack 1st.

    alice
    http://www.happinessatmidlife.comReplyCancel

    • Serena - That’s my motto too; I ALWAYS start there!

  • Emma - “Your hair looks better a little messy”

    thanks for having this!

    -Emma from little motley (I’m having a giveaway, too!)ReplyCancel

    • Serena - That’s actually how I like it the best! Big and messy!

  • Kelly D - The best advice my mom gave me was to go to collegeReplyCancel

    • Serena - That is good advice too!

  • Sara Strauss - Always remember to bring coupons with you!
    ~SaraReplyCancel

    • Serena - I need this one; I seem to always forget my coupons at home.

  • Tee - My Mom always tAught me to never Be a follower
    And to always be a lady, because how you conduct
    Yourself is how you will be perceived!!ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth G. - My mother always told me to never wear too much make up.ReplyCancel

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