August 7, 2014

Celebrating Arm Candy with a Giveaway!

The new ESD bracelets are finally here! I've been working on these beauties for months, deciding on charm sizes (not too big, not too small), which chain to use (something strong!) , and which designs to offer. The bracelets are available in both sterling silver and gold fill and can be engraved with race distances, monograms, initials, mantras and more.

Since I'd originally planned to launch them for July, but morning sickness got in the way of my productivity, I'm so happy to have them available for sale. So happy, in fact, that I'm celebrating with a giveaway.

Tell me about an accomplishment you've recently achieved and would like to celebrate, and help me spread the word about my latest. Lots of ways to enter... good luck!

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63 comments :

  1. I'm training to run a half marathon and a bracelet to celebrate would be icing on the cake! :) but since that is a future accomplishment...another: i'm a mother to two little ones. That seems accomplishment enough and tends to limit other options. Thanks for the giveaway! I love the "relentless forward motion" one. :)

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  2. I'm training for my first Ironman -- just getting to the starting line in September is a HUGE accomplishment. Plus, I just got a new job and this bracelet would make an awesome accessory :)

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  3. Well I'm about 10 days away from being a mom! My biggest accomplishment during this pregnancy has been running a half marathon at 25 weeks. I'm so proud of that day!

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  4. I don't know if it's an accomplishment, but I'm learning to work around finding out that I have asthma while still doing the things I love. Taking it one day at a time.

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  5. Gearing up for our first baby being born next month!

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  6. My two biggest recent accomplishments: starting a brand new career and setting my marathon PR on a day with terrible conditions. I received a congratulations from a local runner that has competed at the Olympic trials because of how awful the conditions were that day. I wear my ESD jewelry often to show off, but also to remind me of what I have done to help me reach for my future goals!

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  7. I've been doing yoga at least 2X a week since the start of summer after falling off the wagon the past couple of training cycles.

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  8. My accomplishment is starting a new lifestyle for me and my health

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  9. I'm training for my very first marathon through Team in Training. This week's long run of 14 miles will represent the longest run I've ever done (I've done 4 half marathons before) but even more exciting than that is that I've raised more than $1,300 for cancer research already! I can't wait to finish Chicago and order my ESD necklace :)

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  10. YOGA HANDSTAND! Seriously, this is years in the making and I'm so proud of myself for sticking with the practice.

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  11. Graduating from physical therapy and my first post-IT band syndrome run! It was short, but felt amazing to get out there again!

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  12. I'd love to celebrate traveling more and taking chances in my life-it's been paying off!

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  13. this is beautiful. i would love something for running :) lori

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    1. i'm in the middle of marathon training right now and would love something to represent it!

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  14. After recently winning first in my age group in a trail 5k, i am looking to do more trail races. I am also training to run all 3 of the RW hat trick races faster than last year!! :)

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  15. I am in the middle of marathon training and I would love to celebrate my first marathon with one of these beautiful bracelets!

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  16. I competed in a Crossfit Competition

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  17. I talked my husband into running a half marathon. Well, I've talked about running for so many years that he's finally going to run one. To get a non-runner like him to commit to a half is a major accomplishment. Richmond here we come!

    http://jax-and-jewels.blogspot.com

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  18. I just finished the LAST step of my general medical boards (i.e. USMLE Step 3) and am celebrating 10 years in NYC -- which also means 10 years of working on this dream - being a doctor!

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  19. I finally achieved my goal of sub-2 half in Brooklen!

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  20. Definitely want to celebrate running my first marathon this past June. Can't wait to run one again next year and finish stronger!

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  21. This has been a whacky year--new studio, house move etc but I completed my rrca cert and am in training for two upcoming marathons and have run several halves this year.

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  22. I am training to race in two half marathons - four weeks apart - while beginning grad school. Recently found your blog and business, I'm enjoying checking out both!

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  23. This past weekend myself, a friend an my 9yo son ran an 8.2 mile fun run. First time I've ever gone over 5 miles and we did it! We all finished together and were so proud of ourselves...now we're ready to try a 1/2 marathon!!

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  24. I'm training for my first marathon and I'd love to celebrate that!

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  25. I beat my first half marathon time by 13 minutes! :)

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  26. I just finished my first triathlon season with a half ironman followed by the NYC tri! Next up-my first marathon in November!

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  27. My research was featured in an article in the Wall Street journal's health section on Tuesday!

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  28. It's been 10 days since i am on a diet !

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  29. I did my longest bike ride ever last week (70 miles) and am hoping for 100 by the end of the summer.

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  30. I'm training for my second full marathon and while doing that have also raised over $3500 for cancer research through Team in Training. I'm working towards a goal of $5500 and looking forward to running the original marathon route in Greece. I'm grateful for the opportunity and that I can give back at the same time. An ESD bracelet would be a perfect way to mark the journey.

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  31. I started swimming with my litle girl

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  32. I recently started working out :)

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  33. I recently joined weight watchers and am 1lb away from my goal weight - i'd love to celebrate that accomplishment... with some cheesecake..and a donut...and some french fries... ;)

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  34. I did two 70.3 triathlons in 7 weeks this summer and PRd at both!

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  35. While grieving a huge loss, I managed to defend my dissertation..a goal five years in the making :)

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  36. Recently did my first 100 mile ultra marathon. Only made it to mile 80 but it was still a huge success for me as this was my first race above a 50K. I have a couple other races lined up for the rest of this year and would love to rock your bracelets to help give me inspiration each day and remind me of my goals :)

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  37. This sounds a bit silly but mentally I've accomplished coming to terms with myself and truly being happy. It wasn't until I realized it's my life...no one elses that I could do that.

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  38. I am working on accomplishing a life long goal of acceptance. Accepting myself for who and what I am!

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  39. I have been successful at knowing that I may not always be able to run. (I read your Knoxville race story and can relate).

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  40. I feel like my biggest achievement lately has been supporting my husband as he trained for and rocked his first Ironman. It's meant I put my own racing on hold for a few months, but it was totally worth it to see him finish. I also managed to bake and frost a cake for him. That was probably a bigger achievement.

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  41. I am "training" for 5K next month. It will be my biggest fitness challenge since I had my right femur and hip replaced due to cancer. I was a runner for many years before my diagnosis and I am excited to have a fitness challenge again. Even if I am walking instead of running, and most likely walking it with a cane to boot!

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  42. i'm training for my second coast to coast disney challenge. and honestly being a professor, mom, wife and runner by biggest achievement is just staying balanced.

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  43. I am working towards a goal of 14 half marathons in 2014 and recently finished my tenth.

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  44. I feel like I'm getting my endurance back after Baby No. 2, but my biggest achievement right now is feeling -with a 6 month old, 2 year old, two professional working parents, family, and friends- is remembering how lucky we are :)

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  45. One of my favorite pieces of jewelry is my ESD name ring. When I completed a 13.1 I wanted to add to my collection and I plan to do that this coming October. It will be my first and I am quite nervous.

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  46. Although I ran a full marathon last year, I have been out of the running game for most of this year and have been disappointed that I got out of condition for running. I finally picked back up and did a 10K in July. It wasn't my longest race but just getting started again and proving I can still do it was such an accomplishment for me!! It's not always about the longest distance!!

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  47. I'm training for my first post-miscarriage 10K, and I would love an incentive to complete the race and not back out!

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  48. I could never have enough of ESD's jewelry! I've already bought some stacking rings and get so many compliments!

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  49. I have recently joined Warrior Crossfit and am doing my first Paleo challenge!!! wow, it has been life changing and a relaization of how much I used to really like sugar. As a runner for 37 years, adding crossfit to my life has improved my strength and my race times are better!

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  50. Giving birth to my 6lb 5oz baby Henry!

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  51. I painted my daughter's bedroom. I celebrated with a beer, of course!

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  52. First I want to say that I love the new bracelets! A recent accomplishment of mine was winning 3rd place in my age group in a 10 mile race as part of a 21 mile long run.

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  53. I am working towards a sub 2-hour half marathon - my biggest accomplishment since the spring has been allowing myself the time I need to train 4-5 days a week without feeling guilty about it! My kids have embraced my training and expect me to run and we've worked together to adjust our lifestyle to fit it all in while not feeling like anyone is being left behind!

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  54. My latest accomplishment includes growing a human for the last 38 weeks, while staying active and healthy! Congratulations on the upcoming arrival of your little one. :)

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  55. Love the new bracelets! A recent accomplishment I achieved was when I ran a half marathon this month and actually took it easy (it was a training run for an upcoming marathon). I didn't give in to the temptation to race it even though people were passing me.

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  56. Love the inspiration bracelets! And I feel inspired by all the comments above. Anyone who gets up early or carves time out of busy schedules is a true winner. My accomplishments are trying to run 6 days a week, weather permitting, and running at least 3 half marathons a year. Maybe 4 next year...

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  57. I ran my 1st ultra, 32 miles, on August 10 at the Midnight ET Marathon/51K. That makes 22 marathons and 16 states!!! I would love to brag about this on my arm!

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  58. I overcame my fear and registered for my 1st marathon. I am training for it now. I have had a setback with being sick this past week and a half, but I am determined to get back on schedule and finish strong.

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