Friday Freebie: Lemongrass Spa Gift Set Giveaway


It’s giveaway time! I am thrilled to partner with Lemongrass Spa to offer Smallish readers a chance to win an exquisite Lavender Mint Spa Collection set. This gorgeous gift set includes lavender mint body icing, lavender mint body polish, Healing Elements balm plus lots more—all  scented with natural and calming  essential oils. The spa products are handcrafted here in Colorado with the highest-grade ingredients, designed for optimum health and enjoyment. Click through to enter!

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THIS GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED. Our lucky winner is Stephanie! (my4boysand1@…..)
  Stephanie, contact me within 48 hours to receive your Lemongrass collection.
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So here are the details. One lucky reader will win one Lavender Mint Spa Collection set from Lemongrass Spa. We’ll keep it simple—here’s how to enter:

1. (REQUIRED) Leave a comment on this post. We want to know: where was the smallest place you’ve ever lived?

2. (OPTIONAL, for another chance to win) Subscribe to Smallish via e-mail or RSS feed. (To subscribe via e-mail, see the Feedburner field in the right sidebar. The RSS icon is in the upper right hand corner.) Then leave a separate comment telling me that you subscribed. (For this entry to count towards the drawing, you must confirm your subscription by clicking through the link that will be sent to your inbox).

3. (OPTIONAL, for yet another chance to win) Like Smallish Blog on Facebook, and then leave a separate comment telling me you did (or that you do already).

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The fine print: This giveaway ends at 11:00 p.m. on Sunday, 9/23/2012. No purchase necessary. It is open to U.S. residents (as well as U.S. military living overseas), 18 years or older. The winner will be determined at random by the program “And the Winner Is.”  Winners will be notified by e-mail and noted at the top of this post on Monday, 9/24/2012. Winners must respond within 48 hours of notification to claim their prize, or I will choose a new winner. Feel free to read the full disclosure policy for Smallish.


 Hey! Just stopping by for the freebie? That’s cool; everybody loves a bargain. I’d like to invite you to stay awhile, though. Pour a drink and read what not to do when growing basil. Or, if you’re wondering what this site is all about, read what Smallish means to us. I’m glad to have you here!

It’s giveaway time! I am thrilled to partner with Lemongrass Spa to offer Smallish readers a chance to win an exquisite Lavender Mint Spa Collection set. This gorgeous gift set includes lavender mint body icing, lavender mint body polish, Healing Elements balm plus lots more—all  scented with natural and calming  essential oils. The spa products are handcrafted here in Colorado with the highest-grade ingredients, designed for optimum health and enjoyment. Click through to enter!

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Comments for “Friday Freebie: Lemongrass Spa Gift Set Giveaway”

  1. Smallish Blog has great posts! It has lead me to think twice before purchasing more “stuff,” and to take shorter showers! :)

    Sarah,
  2. “Mint body icing” (item in the spa pack) is an irresistible name. Fun to look around your blog and get ideas like this.

    Beverly Liston,
  3. We think Smallish readers will appreciate the natural and organic ingredients as well as the affordability of the Lemongrass Spa line.

    • Absolutely, Heidi! Thanks so much for offering this set to readers.

      Evelyn,
  4. This sounds sooooo good. I would love to try it. Thanks Smallish Blog!

    jodie ryan,
  5. 1. Smallest place I’ve ever lived was a room in a fraternity house that was probably 8 feet wide by 10 feet deep? Not a very large chunk of space.

    2. I tried to subscribe but something isn’t working with your feedburner … I blame Andrew!

    3. I liked you on Facebook!

    Sam F.,
    • Thanks, Sam. We’re working on the subscription issue. Thanks for entering!

      Evelyn,
  6. 1. My first apartment on my own was half a basement of an old house – how I ever lived in there with a dog, I will never know!

    Jeri,
  7. 2. I am now subscribed.

    Jeri,
  8. 3. I Liked you on Facebook.

    Thanks! :)

    Jeri,
  9. The smallest place I ever lived was my dorm apartment shared with 3 other people. Probably about 400sf.

    Angela,
  10. Mint body icing? I’m sold.

    Aaron,
  11. The smallest place I ever lived was in a studio apartment in Grafenwoehr, Germany. I could stand in one spot and give a tour of my office, living room, bedroom, kitchen, and dining room. It was about 400 sq ft.

    Christine,
  12. LOVE LEMONGRASS SPA!!!

    Elizabeth Feitel,
  13. I subscribed

    Elizabeth Feitel,
  14. i LIKED on facebook

    Elizabeth Feitel,
  15. oops.. forgot to put the smallest place I lived… i lived in Ogden, KS itty bitty town near Manhattan. Lived in a small trailer.

    Elizabeth Feitel,
  16. It sounds divine!!! Is there a prize for being soooo far away? Kk prize or no its always interesting to read whats going on in your small area of the world. The snallest place Ive ever lived was my first apt in S.Korea. it was one room with a super tiny bathroom. The whole place was just big enough for a queen bed and a folding chair to sit at the counter/table. Thankfully it had a few built in boikshelves and a Huge window otherwis it would have been a bit claustrophobic. However, it was on the the 9th floor, apt 11. Otherwise known as 911.

    mandy,
  17. The smallest place I ever lived was a tiny dorm room at the University of Alabama, I have closets that aren’t much smaller than that dorm room.

    BeckyH,
  18. Yeah 450sqft isn’t a lot of space, but it is enough. The Shoebox has personality in abundance also. I will take my name out of the running for this product since we have some trial sizes….but great stuff. As a man though I probably won’t use it, but for the men out there, major brownie points if it just shows up at your house and you treat your wife to this. Then again I’m not one to judge if you want to use it yourself. Good luck to everyone.

    Caveman,
  19. The smallest place I’ve ever lived would have to be my college dorm room. It was awesome – what college dorm room isn’t? But, I could NEVER do it again! haha!

    Oh, and I definitely “like” Smallish on Facebook already!!!

    Love, me!!

    Casey,
  20. The house I am in now, 750 sq. ft. :( Too small!

    Mindy McCrea,
  21. At the risk of intruding, I offer that some men like a bit of spa time, also. I am not afraid of a good pedicure, either. Thos gift will go to my spousal unit, however.

    Outside of college, smallest place I lived was a one-bedroom apartment in Columbus, Georgia. Space was measured in inches, rather than feet.

    Les

    Les,
  22. My husband and I had a 600 sq ft. apt. It was big enough for us at the time though! :)

    Liz Newsome,
  23. The smallest place I’ve lived in was a 450 square foot apartment during college with one roommate.

    Sarah,
  24. Just liked you on FB!

    Sarah,
  25. Subscribed via email with Feedburner.

    Sarah,
  26. most smallish place I ever lived was sharing a bedroom with a classmate from university for 3 months. In Montana. In the winter. In a house built in 1910. We had ice on the INSIDE of the windows. It was hands down the best roommate experience I’ve ever had! :)

    SarahK,
  27. I subscribed! Can’t wait for MORE smallish!

    SarahK,
  28. Liked you on FB. I can’t believe it took me so long!

    SarahK,
    • Seriously! :)

      Evelyn,
  29. the smallest was space was my friends dorm that i visited! it was super tiny , but cozy =)

    Bunny,
  30. Smallest place I have ever lived was the home I grew up in, also in a very small town.

    Beth Hill,
  31. like you on facebook

    Beth Hill,
  32. The smallest place I ever lived was a 500 sq. ft. cottage in black forest.

    Trisha W,
  33. I liked you on facebook! (And I like you in real life ;)

    Trisha W,
    • Good to know! :)

      Evelyn,
  34. I subscribed via email!

    Trisha W,
  35. smallest place was with my college bf and we were in a one bedroom appt

    Leah Shumack,
  36. I like you on fb (clair freebie)

    Leah Shumack,
  37. Hey! I’m already subscribed and I already like you on Facebook!! No fair!! The smallest place was Hawaii, unless you count our flat in KZ that I shared with 5 other girls!

    Valerie,
  38. A studio apartment in st.louis.

    latoya,
  39. I like smallish blog on fb as bell martin

    latoya,
  40. I like you on Facebook

    Donna George,
  41. I get your emails

    Donna George,
  42. The smallest place I ever lives was a single room at an FSU dorm. it was about 10 by 10, and I had all my worldly possessions with me. The bathroom was down the hall.

    Donna George,
  43. I once lived in a car for a few months and then a studio apartment and both were clutered.

    chelesa sims,
  44. confirmed subscription via email

    chelesa sims,
  45. The smallest place I have ever lived was a dorm room in college.

    Jennifer Reed,
  46. My shared college dorm room was the smallest place I’ve lived.

    Nancy,
  47. I’m an email subscriber.

    Nancy,
  48. Like you on FB

    Nancy,
  49. Smallest place I ever lived was a one bedroom house as a kid for 6 people of course I was a baby and my parents were very young and broke

    Stephanie Phelps,
  50. I subscribe to your posts through Email
    my4boysand1@gmail.com

    Stephanie Phelps,
  51. I like you on Facebook.(Stephanie Phelps)

    Stephanie Phelps,
  52. I subscribed and liked on FB! Love this blog lady (and you!) I’ve been passing the word (and URL) around to friends. Smallest place I lived: studio apartment with 5 girls. We had quite a system to make that work! But it was actually one of our greatest memories together that year. And hey, rent was cheap!

    Erin K Ahern,
  53. Smallest place I lived was called Centerville in Washington state. It had an old gas station that was out of order and a few ranches and farms. That was it! It was fun though….

    mechele johnson,
  54. I like you on FB as Mechele JOhnson

    mechele johnson,
  55. I am an email subscriber as mmjohnson555 at gmail dot com

    mechele johnson,
  56. When I was a kid my family lived in a really tiny house. To be truthful I”m surprised we all fit! We lived there until I was 5, then my parents must have realized my growing family was not going to fit any more.

    savannahm1987@gmail.com

    Savannah Miller,
  57. Smallest place I have lived was my last house. Me, husband, dog, and roommate in house around 500 square feet. We moved when we found out we were expecting.

    Michelle Stice,
  58. My husband and I had a studio apartment when we were in college – you could hardly sneeze without bumping into the other person!

    Auri Lae,
  59. Email subscriber

    Michelle Stice,
  60. email subscriber, same email used for posting :)

    Auri Lae,
  61. fb follower as Auri Lae

    Auri Lae,
  62. I like you on facebook

    Michelle Stice,
  63. Smallest place I’ve lived was my college dorm room

    Sara N,
  64. Like you on FB

    Sara N,
  65. I used to live in a VERY small travel trailer

    Lindsey West,
  66. I shared my childhood bedroom with my sister in a room so small that once the trundle was pulled out from the daybed, you couldn’t see anymore carpet! We did have two closets in there though!

    I LOVE Lemongrass Spa…especially the healing elements balm. And I love your blog!

    I liked you on FB and tried to subscribe last week…link in the email wasn’t working, but I will try again!

  67. Ummm, ok…got the feed burner to work, but I think it thinks my name is “ClayHouse ladies”. So, that is me!

  68. When I first got married in a one-bedroom apartment. We were in love, so we didn’t care!

    Mary Dailey,
  69. Following you on Facebook
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    Mary Dailey,
  70. I lived in an airstream trailer behind a bar in Louisiana for a couple months…in my 20′s. Not my proudest moment!

    tiffany ibarra,
  71. We lived in temporary housing for three months after a house fire. We were so thankful to all be together safe and sound after the fire that it didn’t even seem small at the time. I think our attitude made a good memory out of a potentially negative experience.

    Parmelee Welsh,
    • Maybe that was my smallest place? Or was it the California condo?? I don’t remember either one though :)

      Valerie,
  72. The smallest place I ever lived was on a shrimp boat in Florida

  73. I’m thinking college dorm rooms (shared) probably shouldn’t count. I lived in a 2 room apartment when stationed over in Seoul Korea. Very small by American standards, but I had very little ‘stuff’ at that time

    Betty,
  74. RSS subscriber via google reader
    bettycd

    Betty,
  75. liked you on FB – I was #50!
    betty dennis

    Betty,
  76. Second obligatory comment for liking you on Facebook. :)

    Valerie,
  77. Third comment for subscribing to your feed!!!

    Valerie,
  78. Smallest place I ever lived was Ephraim, UT

    Trudy,
  79. subscribed via email

    Trudy,
  80. Like you on Facebook

    Trudy,
  81. the smallest place I’ve ever lived is a 24 ft. camper with a family of 3 and a whole household of stuff except furniture ( yes we even had a christmas tree and a stand mixer hiding under the table/my daughters bed)!

    Sue Bunting,
  82. suebunting1977at(gmail)dot(com) following via email

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  83. suebunting1977at(gmail)dot(com) Sue Bunting like Smallish Blog on FB

    Sue Bunting,
  84. when we first married, hub and I lived in a 350 sq. foot studio apt!

  85. i like you on facebook. ty!