Making Milestones $220+ Prize Pack Giveaway!

Ooooooooohhhh – how I’d love to win this prize package, but the next best thing would be for one of MY READERS, to be the winner!

Without further ado, welcome to the Making Milestones Giveaway.

Beaded Sequin Tote filled w/ Jewelry Making Package*
5 Pairs of Sterling Silver and Crystal Ear Studs
 Total Package ARV: $220
Hosted by:

Moms and Crafters


Make Our Own Network
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**If you are a company and would like to see your brand advertised in a M.O.O.N. event similar to this please contact [email protected].  This giveaway is open to the Continental US only (because of shipping costs) and will end on August 5th, 2014.
“Make Our Own Network” solely organized this event and I received no compensation for this publication. My opinions are 100% my own and may differ from your own or even those stated in this post.  This event is in accordance with the FTC’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising” and is in no way associated with any of the social media it is viewed/shared/located on.  The sponsor is responsible for prize shipment and not this blog or any bloggers involved in the promotion.

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  • My biggest milestone was when I started working for the school board. The benefits are great and the retirement system is the best.

  • After I graduated from college, I worked for a few years and then we decided to start a family. I traded my career for being a SAHM to my 4 little ones ages 6 and under. Possibly I will go back once the youngest goes to school, but I am happy that I have made this “career choice at this point in my life and wouldn’t trade it, even on the really LONG days.

  • This would be great gift for my kids thank you for the great giveaway

  • My milestone was graduating from college with a BA in January 2011. It meant so much because I took about a five year hiatus from school my Junior Year. I had become extremely ill and needed a break at the time. In between, I began working full-time and got married. Education was always important to my parents, especially my father, and not earning my degree always nagged me. I began going back to school, taking a class or two at a time and as many online as I could. I finally completed school. That fall, my dad had become ill. At the time of my graduation he was undergoing tests to determine what he had. We later learned he had ALS – Lou Gehrig’s Disease. He was beaming when I showed him my diploma. I have a picture that I treasure of us hugging after the ceremony. A little over a year later, he died. I miss him terribly, but I am so glad I finished college. I am the first of my family to earn my degree.

  • My biggest milestone at Towson University is at each graduating ceremony when I stand on stage with the graduating class as a card holder….each person hand me their card and I in turn hand it to the person reading off the names….no big deal but just the fact that I’m right there to give a hug or a hand shake to the graduating seniors is such a delight to ME.

  • My biggest milestone was when I quit my job as a legal secretary shortly after my third child was born. I never thought I’d be able to be a stay-at-home mom, but I finally did it!

  • I just got my Master’s Degree in my field of study, which is probably my biggest milestone to date. I am currently applying for jobs and was called for an interview yesterday. I am hoping for good things!

  • Mine would be working with college students at the UM Lowell Inn and Conference Center. A group of students came from the middle east, on an educational tour. One day one of the students came to me and said may I call you MUM. I said yes, of course. He grabbed my hand and kissed it. He said you make us feel welcome to America. You make us want to come here and study. You bridge the gap between our countries, our people. I cried. That moment made it all worth while.
    They all took their picture with me, and posted it on their internet site. They said this is our American Mum, we love her. Since middle eastern men do not pay compliments to women, that was amazing.

  • I was once honored by the Board of Supervisors for my work with domestic violence victims.


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