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GIVEAWAY (2 Winners!) and Blog Hop

*Update* This giveaway has ended. Thank you to everyone who took the time to enter!


This week's blog hop is sponsored by Everest Nutrition Krill Oil. You know you should be taking a daily fish oil supplement (come on, now. You know it's true!) Unsure about which one to buy? Sexy Nerd and I have tried many different brands over the years. We really like Everest Nutrition Krill Oil because it comes from tiny crustaceans living in Antarctica, meaning they are more pure (less BPA - super important for a gal like me who has 'baby madness'!) than competing brands. Bonus? No yucky fish burps!

I have been taking an Everest Nutrition Krill Oil pill daily for the past 2 months and can give them a glowing review. Although it isn't one of the benefits Krill Oil focuses on, I think these pills have improved my hair, skin, and nails. I plan to continue purchasing this brand in the future. You can read about lots of other health benefits on their site, KrillOil.com.


Would you like to try Everest Nutrition Krill Oil for yourself? I've teamed up with them to give TWO lucky readers a bottle to try. So, you can take the number of entries you're currently seeing and slash it in half to calculate your odds of winning. Not bad!

How To Enter
(Enter just once or enter multiple times - just leave one comment for each entry method.)

1. Leave a comment on this blog post. Anything you'd like! (worth 1 entry)
2. Link up your favorite post(s) below. (worth up to 5 entries)
3. Visit a linked post and let them know you found them through LambAround. (worth up to 5 entries)
4. Share this blog hop on Pinterest.

Remember, linking up to the Not "Baaad" Sundays blog hop is an easy way to be featured on the LambAround Pinterest board and Twitter. I look forward to seeing what everyone shares this weekend!

The Nitty Gritty Fine Print

Giveaway is open to U.S. residents only. Two winners will be selected using Random.org. Winners will be notified by email. Giveaway ends Sunday, August 5th, 2012 at midnight.

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