You guys know I love Twitter. In fact, as a social media person, I love alllll social media, but my favorite is Twitter because it’s somehow less “noisy”. I don’t have to see pictures, ads, or videos… anything I see on Twitter is usually just short little snippets and updates from interesting and amusing people. Also, do you know how much stuff I’ve won on Twitter? Tote bags, DVDs, cookbooks, snack packs, even a pair of shoes one time! Anyways – Twitter + me = BFF. So what does Twitter have to do with this post?! You might have noticed when the re-design of this site launched that there’s a Diet to Go badge on the upper right hand corner of the page. (See it?) Exciting news – I’m now a proud Diet to Go ambassador! This means I can try new plans and update you all on awesome things going on in their world of common-sense healthy – the first being that this weekend Diet to Go is having their first ever TweetAThon, which is basically a weekend-long way for you to win prizes like $100 Amazon giftcards and free Diet to Go foods!
Diet to Go is all about common sense healthy. What does this mean? It means no fad diets, no pills, no crazy routines, no BS. It’s all about making healthy, accessible choices – which is why I’m proud to be a Diet to Go Ambassador.
This weekend, you should watch my twitter feed and chime in with your own thoughts about weight loss and healthy eating by posting diet tips and tricks. If you want to tweet, make sure you use the hashtags #diettogo and #tweetathon.
The Tweetathon will take place for 32 hours on March 16-17, starting at 9:00 a.m. EST March 16, and ending at 5:00 p.m. EST, March 17. There will be random daily giveaways chosen at random – like a free week of meals (4 lucky people will score that one!) or 1 of 5 $100 Amazon gift cards. I hope you’ll join me with a tweet or two celebrating common-sense healthy living! Have a GREAT DAY!
*Diet-To-Go is compensating me for participating in this awareness activity. Don’t worry – I’ll never accept money or free stuff to lie about something I don’t believe in!