Lots and lots and lots going on right now. Start my new job for realz today and still managing a large EI caseload. Put together a baby registry, which didn't seem quite as bad as the wedding one. Tons of thoughts going through my head but getting the giveaways started with some rules will fit within our 10 minute time frame.
Cheryl's Blogiversary Giveaway Rules!
There are 3 separate giveaways, and all will operate with these rules.
Each giveaway will have its own post clearly labeling it. There will be a giveaway for students, practitioners in geriatrics, and practitioners in pediatrics. It is requested that you only enter a giveaway which is relevant to you and your practice area so that the items will be useful to you and your clients. You may enter multiple giveaways if you have multiple practice areas, or if you are a student in your final year getting ready to go into a specific field.
To enter the giveaway, all you need to do is leave a comment on the respective post. Please only leave one comment. You will still need to login with an account (google accounts preferred). I should be able to email folks with a google account directly, but otherwise please leave some kind of contact information (twitter handle or email AT service DOTCOM). Comments will still be moderated, and while you may feel free to plug your OT blog or related website, advertisements for fake universities or other spam will be unceremoniously deleted and not counted.
All entries must be received to my inbox by 11:59pm EST on January 31. From those entries, a random number generator will be used to select the winner for each giveaway. Winners' names/handles will be posted in a new post and messaged directly based on contact information in their comment. Winners have 1 week from that posting to acknowledge their win and provide a mailing address within the contiguous United States for their box to be mailed. Winners who do not respond within a week will void their prize and a new winner will be selected.
Prizes are awesome and should be enjoyed if you accurately enter one relevant to your practice area. It would be great if you can take a (HIPAA compliant) photo of items in action or write a blog post about their usefulness. Prizes have been donated by great OT related organizations (or purchased by me) and I will acknowledge these companies' generosity in the post, but opinions are my own- I asked for things that I already use and like.
Feel free to comment on this post, but it's not an entry! Look for specific geriatric, pediatric, and student entries later this week!