100th Post FREE Giveaway!

Can you believe it?! This marks my 100th post on SoMuchFattitude! Since Thanksgiving is the time to be thankful let me take a moment and acknowledge how grateful I am for each and every one of you that take the time to read and be a part of my journey, especially during this recent most difficult time in our lives.

Here’s my little way of saying I’m thankful for all of you!




One bag of Kashi Hummus Chips

One box of 100 calorie dry roasted Edamame bags

One box of Nature Valley Peanut, Almond and Dark Chocolate Protein Bars

One all natural fruit strip (orchard cherry flavor)

One Bobble water bottle

Three KIND Bars

Four Emergency Mixes

Two tea bags

Two Weight Watchers Popped Cinnamon Crisps

Two ALT bars

One Del Monte Fruit Burst Squeezer

One Pink Multi-Purpose Foam Wrap (LOVE LOVE LOVE for my hair!)

One Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Sweat Band

Two Hammer Gels

One pair of Sweat Pink laces

One bomb-ass basket



This basket is a retail value of nearly $75. One random winner will be generated by Rafflecopter  – upon announcing the winner I will be in touch and will ship your Awesome Basket full of my favies ASAP.  The Giveaway will end on Sunday, November 24th at 12:00am. Everything in this basket was chosen by me and of my own opinion.  I have received NO sponsorship or endorsement for it. Thanks again for all of your love and support.

9 thoughts on “100th Post FREE Giveaway!

  1. I just had my 100th post too! Such a milestone in blogging 🙂 I don’t know if it made any sense for me to joing the giveaway (since I live in The Netherlands) but I did it anyway!! 😉

  2. 100 posts is awesome. Inspiring me to go from once-in-a-while blogger to a blogger with some sort of actual routine and staying power. Lots of things to talk about, just don’t know if anyone cares to listen!

  3. Happy 100th post and wow, what a generous giveaway! I don’t think I’ve tried any of those things, not even Kind Bars which I’ve read are highly recommended. 🙂

  4. I’m glad I’ve served as inspiration! I find routines cathartic, which is why I do better when I’m tracking/on plan. Perhaps it’s a touch of my OCD too. haha! Keep talking! People will listen – and if they dont? Screw’em. :p

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