I’m Pretty Sure You Want to Win a Mighty Summit Gift Bag!

I’m Pretty Sure You Want to Win a Mighty Summit Gift Bag!

Updated: Marianne from Looks Good From the Back was commenter 155…which was the number selected by Randomizer.org. And so, she wins! Congratulations, Marianne!

Today, Maggie and Helen Jane and I are all giving away giant gift bags of awesome that were given at Mighty Summit. Great stuff. Stuff you’ll actually use and love.

We’re giving away three bags (each of us is giving away one)….and each bag full is worth over $500. That’s right. So let’s talk about what’s up for grabs. Are you ready?

Let’s do this!

X-Large Natural Zip Top Canvas Tote Bag by Lands End

I love these. They’re great as giant purses or for weekend getaways. You will not be disappointed. (Yours will not say “Sarah” on the front, but it will have the same blue trim.)

Tieks by Gavrieli

I received a pair of these at Mighty Summit last year,  and then I bought two more versions throughout the year. These are great because you can keep them in your purse if you want to change out of heels (Tieks fold in half so you can stuff them in your purse), and the quality is amazing. They’re the only flats I’ve found that don’t hurt my feet. And they’re cute. And easy. Basically, I wear them everyday. For real.  They come in a ton of colors. The winner gets to choose any pair for $135 and under.

Bamboo Dahlia Necklace By Feisty Elle

Designer Leslie Yang made a silver version of this necklace for Summit attendees. I get compliments every time I wear something from Feisty Elle. Her stuff is just cool.

Neoprene Laptop Case from Mixed Bag

It’s a cool laptop cover. And it smells good too.

Tattly Temporary Tattoos

Tattly makes temporary tattoos that don’t suck. The end.

Typekit Subscription

A one-year subscription to Typekit, the service that lets you use a variety of fonts on your site without having to serve them as images. This is one of those things that you don’t know how much you want until you have it. I didn’t know I was into fonts. But apparently I am.

The Happiness Project

Gretchen Rubin is one of my favorite people. She was one of our Mighty Summit attendees this year, and she brought along her New York Times Bestselling book, which is about her year-long experiment in making her life happier. If you haven’t already read this book, you should do that now. It’s time.

The Quintet Necklace by Lemonade Handmade

Each year, Mighty Summit attendees make a list of five goals they want to accomplish over the next year…and then they receive a five-ring necklace to symbolize those five Life List goals. This piece is tiny and simple. I love it.

And that’s it for today. Pretty good, huh? I think so.

To enter please leave a comment here about something on your Life List.

The contest closes next Thursday night (10/13) at midnight PST. Again, Maggie and Helen Jane are doing giveaways as well, so head over there for two more chances to win.

Now for the fine print: Please only leave one comment here, because it’s the nice thing to do, and also because multiple entries will be disqualified. I’ll use random.org to select the winner, and I’ll announce who won at the top of this post and in a separate post next Friday (October 14). Offer eligible only to U.S. and Canada.

The Rad

659 Responses to I’m Pretty Sure You Want to Win a Mighty Summit Gift Bag!

  1. Joanna says:

    Finish an half marathon next year.

  2. Lindsay says:

    Take a girls’ weekend trip with my older sister!

  3. Steph says:

    learn to scuba dive.. and have the guts to do it!

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  5. Dawn Staycoff says:

    Awesome…plus I love your blog!

  6. latenac says:

    Teach my daughter all the Lebanese recipes my Sito (grandmother) taught me.

  7. Kelly Bowie says:

    To make photo albums of my children. I spend so much doing if for others and I have none of my own. Ridiculousness.

  8. Kristine says:

    Live in a house on a lake, near my grandchildren.

  9. heather says:

    I want to become wealthy enough to anonymously fund one (or more) college educations.

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