I never win anything, so I was really excited to get a DM from 1-800-Dentist informing me that I won ToothBrush Tuesday and will be receiving a Sonicare toothbrush sometime next month. Oh yea!
This makes up for the extra $500 I spent on my dentist this year since after my appointments I was informed that my dentist wasn’t actually on my plan.
I’ve never owned a fancy electric toothbrush so I’m extremely excited to have won. My teeth aren’t in the world’s best shape but I think having a fancy toothbrush will help keep plaque at bay. Of all the things in the world I could have won, this is a prize that I’m truly value because it’s useful and something I should probably own anyway.
So thanks 1-800-Dentist… I can’t wait to get my new fancy toothbrush in the mail! Maybe I’ll even call up to find a new dentist since the one I had this year is not on my dental plan.
If you want to win a Sonicare toothbrush, just follow @1800DENTIST next Tuesday and Tweet:
Its Toothbrush Tuesday! Follow @1800dentist & Tweet #1800dentist by 3pmPST. You could win a FREE Sonicare: http://ow.ly/OCcS
That’s what I did AND I WON! Dreams do come true. Lol. Ok, so this prize isn’t necessarily dreamy, but I’m half jumping out of my seat right now for winning something I actually need. Go me.
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Today I’m thankful for…
Twitter. Ok, so it’s not exactly free because I need the internet to access it, but it’s close enough to free that it counts.
I’ve been on Twitter for a while, but used it as nothing more than a place to write silly little answers to the “What are you doing?” question. Only this week did I realize that I have been a fool for not using it for the tool it is — one that helps me connect with other personal finance bloggers, and anyone interested in the subject.
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