What We’re Reading: Share Tips, Win Prizes!

Over at DiabetesMine.com, blogger Amy Tenderich has just announced The DiabetesMine Holiday Survival Sweepstakes. This is a contest that encourages people to discuss their tips on handling the holidays with diabetes and gives them a chance to win some big prizes, too.

Each Tuesday until December 29, Amy will post a question for the community on DiabetesMine.com, and people will have until the following Sunday to share their answers with a comment. Then a panel of bloggers consisting of Amy, Allison Blass of Lemonade Life[1], and Scott Johnson of Scott’s Diabetes Journal[2] will choose seven or eight winning answers and award prizes to the people who wrote them.


Prizes include books, bags, low-carb snacks, skin creams, medical ID jewelry, and more. Also, at the end of the contest, the weekly winners will be eligible for three grand prizes: two years of free emergency medical notification service from WELLalarm, or one of two free two-month personalized diabetes coaching packages from Fit4D.

You can find more information about the contest, a complete list of prizes, and the first weekly question here[3].

This blog entry was written by Web Editor Tara Dairman.

  1. Lemonade Life: http://lemonlemonade.wordpress.com/
  2. Scott’s Diabetes Journal: http://www.diabetesdaily.com/johnson/
  3. here: http://www.diabetesmine.com/2008/11/announcing-the-diabetesmine-holiday-survival-sweepstakes.html

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