Thursday, January 17, 2013

Wordologies Review & Giveaway


The Wordologies messages energize. They nudge the mind toward focus. They remind those who see them to be mindful of health and well-being. That’s the gentlest, easiest first step to personal empowerment that we can imagine. Helping guide people to a stronger mind-body connection—and ultimately better well-being—is the mission that moves us.
There’s no rulebook to life, but each Wordologies message is a tap on the shoulder saying:

Wordologies offers gentle reminders that inspire positive change through the products they offer which include Journals, Notepads, and Coffee Mugs.

I was sent their Journal Trio and it retails for $18. Each comes wrapped in a twine bow and each journal measures 6 inches by 8.25 inches and contains 40 pages of 100% recycled paper. The Journal Trio features one lined, one blank, and one graph-paper journal and a different message appears on each cover.
Who doesnt love a journal. Being that I am TTC I write everything down especially when I go to our fertility Dr. every number and test result, websites ideas and questions.
I love these and they are slim and small enough to fit in my purse and I can also keep one in my car.

Wordologies has a "Share your Story" feature on their website where you can share your personal journey toward better health and well-being. If your submission is selected for their blog, You will receive a Journal Trio and 4 Notepads of your choice!
Wordologies also gives back by offering a portion of their proceeds from every online sale to Women for Women International, an organization dedicated to advancing women’s health and well-being by offering business and job skills training to women in conflict-ridden nations. You can learn more about the organization on the Wordologies website!

One lucky TTGG follower will be winning a set of their own.
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I received this item for review purposes. My opinins are honest and I was not paid for this review.


  1. The coffee mugs are awesome! I wouldn't mind having a whole collection of them!