Monday, December 15, 2008

WIN - An autographed copy of AGING BACKWARDS by Jackie Silver


I figured that I'd better get this one up ASAP so that the winner can have it in their hands by January 1st. Just in time for those New Year's Resolutions. Have you started thinking about them yet?

Well, if improving the way you look and feel about yourself is your resolution. Then the person you have to turn to is Jackie Silver.

Jackie has discovered the Fountain of Youth, because this 50 year old doesn't look a day over 35 and we ALL want to know what SHE KNOWS.

I wrote about her book "Aging Backwards" HERE just a few weeks ago. I purchased the book for myself as a PRE-RESOLUTION gift, because I wanted to get started RIGHT AWAY!

Let me tell you, it's JAM PACKED with information (most of it was NEW to me).

Jackie has graciously offered an AUTOGRAPHED copy of "Aging Backwards: Secrets to Staying Young" as a giveaway on Champagne Living this week. GO take a peak at what the winner has in store by visiting Jackie's SITE.

If you can't WAIT to see if you won & want to buy a copy RIGHT NOW, so that you can start Aging Backwards ASAP, you can purchase the book from her WEBSITE. Use the code stayingyoung to get a $3.00 discount!

What do I have to do to enter? It's simple really.

* 1 entry daily Leave your name & e-mail address in the comments - along with what your BIGGEST anti-aging concern is.

* FIVE extra sweepstakes entries for EACH place that you list this contest (your blog, a forum, an e-mail list) - come back and add the link to the comments section.


* End Date: Monday, December 22, 2008 @ 11:59 pm EST

* Winners will be chosen by Random.org.


* Winner will be posted on Wednesday, December 24, 2008 and notified via e-mail. Winner has 72 hours to respond to winning e-mail, or an alternative winner will be chosen.

* Restrictions: This giveaway is only open to residents of the United States who are 13 years of age or older.

* The winners will also be listed at Prizey Fetch.


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101 comments:

Dina said...

Forgetfulness is my biggest aging concern.

Christine Groce said...

My biggest concern is keeping my energy level up.

JACLYN said...

One of my bigger concerns is keeping my skin healthy and avoiding sun damage.
firstrosegrrl@yahoo.com

smdrm said...

I want to have the energy to do the things I now have the time to enjoy.

mverno said...

crows feet

AMH615 said...

Age spots, energy, and memory! opps... that's 3!

foamfan said...

Ugh! My hair. It looked wonderful the last time I went to a salon, for a cut, and the lady used a flatiron on it.
I was runway-ready that day, let me tell you!
But then I washed it, the next day, and Cinderella's carriage was in the garage, on blocks, for the duration. My almost-50 hair is soooo lifeless. One thing, I think I'm guilty of over-coloring.
I would not really want to be 25 again, but I would like my "old" hair back!!

janehixon said...

I think becoming forgetful would be my biggest concern.....

janetfaye said...

My biggest concern is mobility, being able to walk and do everything that I want to.

janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

Anonymous said...

I can handle (ugh) the wrinkles, aches and pains, the forgetfulness, and all the other associates things that go along with getting older. What I worry most about is my health because there are still so many places to see and things to do and I want to be able to enjoy them all.

KR312 said...

My biggest concern is my memory. I seem to forget the simplest of things. Next, my overall health and then finally my aging skin.

Sunnyvale said...

I worry about getting the flu, I'm allergic to the shot.

ky2here said...

Cognitive decline - I don't mind the wrinkles.

Anonymous said...

i am 56! I need help with remaining healthy while aging! Thanks! senekers@comcast.net

chromiumman said...

loss of mobility

mwalser said...

My main concern is having the energy to do everything I feel like I need to accomplish during the day.

Stephen said...

My biggest aging concern is that I will be too sexy for the nursing home... and all the old ladies will be attacking me and pestering me for affection. Ohhhhhhh my god why couldn't I have been born rich instead of so daggone good looking.

john ferris said...

Loss of mobility.

drming said...

Erectile dysfunction

Heather said...

I think my biggest concern is being able to function with all kinds of aches and pains that I KNOW are coming (heck, some are already here!).

Heather (heatherpooh-hotmail)

Heather said...

I tweeted for five.

http://twitter.com/choochoo428/status/1060663203

sweetsue said...

This skin on my face is getting a little saggy. I would love if their was a way (besides surgery) to reverse or slow it down!
smchester at gmail dot com

Karen said...

Wrinkles :(

Zoly said...

I wish!

redron said...

dry skin

foamfan said...

I saw some kind of tape on a TV infomercial the other day, to put on "batwing" arm flab, to try to tame it. Frankly, I'd rather just wear longer sleeves, since I think that 3/4-length sleeves with a boatneck top look very Audrey Hepburn-ish.
And, tape adhesives don't always agree with skin...(itchiness can result, or rashes)...
donnajt(at)comcast(dot)net

bndraldy said...

My biggest concern is my general health. If you are basically healthy, you look better, feel better, and function better. Thank you for the opportunity to participate in this giveaway! Happy Holidays to One and All!!!!

Sue S said...

My biggest concern is my health and energy level. Seems working 2 jobs still at my age has worn me out. Boy, do I need help.....Thanks for the giveaway

Sue S said...

I just blogged about your giveaway at "dealite.blogger.com" My blog title is Just Neat Stuff.

trishden said...

Stress is my most concern, keeping one's immune system at it's utmost is a big time concern of mine.

KR312 said...

I agree that stress gets worse with aging, and it affects your health, your mind and your soul.

djolsen said...

my biggest concern is this spare tire around my waist. nothing shakes it loose!

julis55 said...

Stress is my most concern.

Tina12312 said...

My biggest concern is all the effort that goes into trying to firm up and make up for lost time. Maybe this book will help me. Thank you!

KR312 said...

aging is depressing. your skin sags, you gain weight, your eyesight gets worse, all of this very stressful. not to mention your health.

julis55 said...

My main concern is having the energy to do everything I feel like I need to accomplish during the day.

Julie said...

My Biggest aging concern is the lack of energy.

Julie T,

luvnsweeps (at)gmail(Dot)com

Zoly said...

I'm 70! I need this book.

donna444444 said...

Keeping my skin soft and smooth.
donna444444@yahoo.com

Karen said...

Wrinkles :(

ktgonyea at gmail.com

chromiumman said...

loss of mobility

Tracey said...

My biggest aging concern is having the energy to keep up with my grand kids. Thanks for the giveaway!

Tracey

traceys[at]suddenlink[dot]net

Tracey said...
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Tracey said...

re-tweeted the contest. Thanks.

http://twitter.com/tlpounds/status/1065623326

traceys[at]suddenlink[dot]net

janehixon said...

osteoporosis

Jason said...

energy levels are my biggest concern

jason@allworldautomotive.com

Sunnyvale said...

wrinkles

KR312 said...

memory, energy and depression ,,, in that order

Heather said...

Energy levels is mine.

Zoly said...

Oh, Shoot!! I forgot what I was going to say.

Tracey said...

My health is a big concern. Thanks.

traceys[at]suddenlink[dot]net

kaylee8 said...

My biggest concern is my skin, particulary wrinkles.

KR312 said...

OMG MEMORY, ENERGY AND SEX DRIVE

shelley said...

mine is the winckes around my eyes and my jowls sagging thanks.

Tracey said...

Energy level is still my biggest aging concern. Thanks!

traceys[at]suddenlink[dot]net

chromiumman said...

loss of mobility

bndraldy said...

Staying healthy is important to keeping fit physically and mentally. Thank you for the opportunity to win! Wishing you a Happy Holiday Season!

Sunnyvale said...

Wouldn't we all like to turn back the clock, as far as appearance?

KR312 said...

Aging is fun if you like looking like a prune face, forgetting why you got up out of your chair, and not having the energy to sit back down.

rosannepm said...

Mobility-have a lot of aches and pains now. Wonder what 30 years from now will be. Want to be active, energetic and able to walk fast. rosans4@comcast.net

Anonymous said...

Most of all, I think keeping a Youthful, Open Attitude is most important ! If we keep our minds and spirits happy, interested, and looking forward, it will be much easier to do many other things to Age Gracefully ! Vera
VVCUNDIFF@aol.com

Zoly said...

My biggest concern is dying.

msrodeobrat said...

my biggest concern is wrinkles!

Sarah Berry said...

My biggest aging concern is being able to take care of myself

Karen said...

Gray Hair :)

ktgonyea at gmail.com

chromiumman said...

loss of mobility

Anonymous said...

Keeping my weight down so I can keep on my feet! Thanks! senekers@comcast.net

J said...

My biggest aging concern is losing the drive to pursue my dreams.

rawlove@hotmail.de

Tracey said...

I'm concerned about crows feet.

traceys[at]suddenlink[dot]net

Anonymous said...

keeping mobile with aging

theyyyguy@yahoo.com

Amy said...

Definitely keeping up on the energy - I'm an older mom of a two year old so its very important to me.

bndraldy said...

My biggest concern is my general health. Today it is bad allergies so there is no energy to do anything. Thanks for the fantastic giveaway.

Michelle said...

My biggest aging concern is skin care. I take very good care of my skin, but I still have some sun damage from my early days of tanning.

calgirl said...

My biggest concern is chronic pain.

Beeb said...

My biggest concern with aging is ill health...followed closely by wrinkles!! Thanks for the great giveaway!

-Beeb
supercoupongirl AT gmail.com

bndraldy said...

I need help with remaining healthy while aging! Thanks for the chance to win! Happy Holidays!

pancak said...

Health is first!

Valerie said...

It has to be my health because without it you can't function or be able to feel like traveling or doning the fun things in life.

Anonymous said...

I find it harder to eat properly and exercise as I age! Thanks! senekers@comcast.net

Zoly said...

I forgot what I came here for.

Tracey said...

My energy level is a concern as I get older. Thanks.

traceys[at]suddenlink[dot]net

kohndr said...

Deep frown lines

smjordan said...

Memory is my biggest concern.

chromiumman said...

loss of mobility

blueviolet said...

I think I worry about heart disease the most. It runs in my family.
doot65{at}comcast[dot]net

blueviolet said...

I blogged here
doot65{at}comcast[dot]net

Karen said...

Alzheimers :(

ktgonyea at gmail.com

Carolyn said...

I worry about not having energy to do things I like. I see my in laws just tire out after a short day out and I don't want that to be me.

Amy said...

Worried about my memory

Heather said...

Wrinkles!

esther said...

The #1 thing I worry about is my health as I age.

ZESTYWONDERLAND said...

zestywonderland@gmail.com
My biggest aging problems are uneye cirles, wrinkle & sunage spot on my forehead!

KR312 said...

my biggest aging concern is my health, because it sure is deteriorating.

Timster said...

Forgetfulness is my biggest aging concern.

janehixon said...

osteoporosis....

Heather said...

Today, it's loss of mind function. I can't imagine not knowing my family or friends.

kathi said...

Losing bone strength is on my mind daily.

klp1965 said...

age spots im starting to look like a leopard

donna444444 said...

wrinkles.
donna444444@yahoo.com

tanya said...

Wrinkles, of course. But also my knee joints so I can stay limber

metrofmcat(aol)dotcom

lilyk said...

My biggest anti-aging concern is wrinkles.

Lily
ms.lilyk@gmail.com

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