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Thursday, November 29th, 2012
Parenting is a full-time job and you may not always have the time to do everything you want. Is there one lifetime goal you’ve always wanted to accomplish?
You might now have the chance!
Olay is celebrating its 60th year by partnering with Go Mighty, a list-creating site, to help women accomplish their biggest goals.
The partnership, Challenge What’s Possible In Your Life, allows women to make a list of the things they’ve always dreamed of doing: scuba diving with sharks in Hawaii, running an 8-minute mile, riding a camel in Australia, going back to school, or even, simply, riding in a limo — you name it, anything goes.
Each week in December, Olay will make it possible for one person to accomplish one thing on her list. This week they’re helping a woman learn American Sign Language. To be considered, all list-makers must tag their goals with ‘Olay.’
Visit www.GoMighty.com/olay to get started!
Image: Happy woman with arms overhead, via Shutterstock
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Friday, July 13th, 2012
What ever happened to the wish list you had as a child—the one where you planned to ride an elephant in Africa, touch the Eiffel tower in Paris, and play in the oceans of Hawaii? If you’re like most adults, your list of whimsical dreams was replaced with paying bills, saving for your kid’s college, and planning for retirement. But what if you had the chance to make your number one childhood wish come true?
Hilton Garden Inn wants to make that happen with their second annual Life’s Ultimate To-Do List contest. Like your very own fairy godmother, Hilton Garden Inn will help 10 people cross off the top goal from their bucket lists—and give them $2,000 and airfare to make it happen. All you have to do is tell Hilton your ultimate wish by August 5th and why you deserve the prize. It’s that simple! (And way easier than planning your next vacation.) Check out Hilton Garden Inn’s facebook to see the rules, recent entries, and to submit your own.
Who said only kids get to have all the fun?
Image: Man parasailing over the ocean via Shutterstock
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Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012
Transgender at Five
She first insisted she was a boy at the age of 2. “I am a boy” became a constant theme in struggles over clothing, bathing, swimming, eating, playing. Eventually, a psychologist diagnosed gender identity disorder. Now Tyler ‘s parents allow him to live as a boy, and the 5-year-old is reveling in his new identity.
Parents Write Bucket List for 4-Year-Old
Cole Rapini, 4, giggles like every other young boy, but his medical condition has bewildered doctors.
School Kids Urge Crayola to Rethink Recycling
A group of California grade school students wants Crayola to start a recycling program for spent plastic markers, but the company doesn’t appear ready to make such a move.
Shot Protects Against More Than the Flu for Pregnant Women
Giving the flu vaccine to pregnant women may bring significant benefits to their babies even before birth, a new study has found.
Tennessee Man Dubbed ‘Octodad’
Desmond Hatchett of Knoxville, Tenn., has 30 children with 11 women, according to officials and media reports.
Rosie Pope: Why I Tweeted My Baby’s Birth
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Rosie Pope gave birth to a daughter a week ago and the Twitter world followed every move as she tweeted the whole experience.
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