This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of BeeWell for Life. All opinions are 100% mine.
Current research and medical studies reveal that 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. Each time one woman is diagnosed with breast cancer, she brings a league of family, friends and loved ones with her to join in the fight against it. The fight against breast cancer is never just the fight of the one diagnosed with it; it is the fight of everyone who has ever known someone who has been diagnosed.
It’s true that countless people have committed themselves wholly to fighting breast cancer, but what every person who has donated their time, resources and finances to this fight will tell you, is that the fight will not stop until a cure for this severe and tragic cancer has been found. One of the most pivotal steps in ensuring a cure is found within our lifetime is to continue raising awareness while making a difference in the lives of those who have been affected by breast cancer.
BeeWell for Life is a resource dedicated to supplying people just like you and me with the resources and tools available to make the most of your healthy active lifestyle. Their website is fully dedicated to the health and wellbeing of your body, mind and spirit while continuing to lead the way in breast cancer awareness and support through their partnership with the Y-ME National Breast Cancer Organization.
The BeeWell for Life website is also the home of the BeeWell Miles Program where you can Walk and Bee the Difference. For every mile you walk, run or cycle and log on their website, they will donate $0.10 to the Y-ME National Breast Cancer Organization to fund YourShoes, a peer support program that includes a 24/7 breast cancer center that provides a toll-free hotline, email and support groups staffed by trained breast cancer survivors, as well as other outreach and awareness services and programs.
To make sure you never miss an important health tip, be sure to follow @BeWellforLife on Twitter and “like” them on Facebook.
In an effort to get more people having active conversations about breast cancer, raising awareness and to help make a difference in the lives of those affected by breast cancer, BeeWell for Life has just launched Tag4Cancer.com, where they are giving away an iPad2 to two lucky winners. To enter to win, tweet from the Tag4Cancer.com website and make sure your tweet includes the hashtag #Tag4Cancer, links back to the official Tag4Cancer website and mentions both @beewellforlife and one of your friend’s Twitter handles so they can raise breast cancer awareness too. The more you tweet, the better your chances of winning.
But that isn’t all; you have yet another chance to win an iPad2 by introducing other participating bloggers (like myself) to some of your most inspiring, motivating friends! To enter to win, leave a comment on this post telling us how or why a certain friend of yours inspires you to either be fit or to make a difference in others. You must link to your friend’s blog, Facebook profile or Twitter handle in your comment.
For the list of participating bloggers where you can also comment to enter to win an iPad2, check out the contest rules. This contest will end May 31st.
5 thoughts on “Help Raise Breast Cancer Awareness with BeeWell for Life and You Could Win an iPad2”
Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride inspires me to get more healthy and fit. She’s works with people that suffer from many different health problems and has had great success in helping autistic children heal. http://www.doctor-natasha.com/blog.php
My friend @bookieboo on twitter inspires me to eat healthy and be fit. She has lost over 100 pounds and continues to keep it off and live a healthy and fit life every day. She started her own website/company around fitness and staying healthy and inspires me everyday!
my sis Dee inspires me she is the kindest person i know
My Mother @pattypooh11 inspires me to be fit. She always encourages me to continue on, even if I don’t want to
My girlfriend Cindy’s life changed when she was laid off from a 20 year TV career because of the economy. If that wasn’t bad enough, she was diagnosed with a grapefruit size tumor two weeks later. While home recovering from surgery, her house was struck by lightening!
Since that terrible time, Cindy has reinvented herself! She’s on a national speaking circuit, an author and a consultant. She’s amazing and inspiring and I’m lucky to call her a girlfriend!