Punish me to WIN a prize
(competition open only to The Junk Wave’s Newsletter subscribers so do something different and sign up below to get a weekly email about recycling and sustainable craft)
Have you made a sustainable New Years Resolution yet?
In the spirit of a new year of recycling, I have opted to recycle an old New Years Resolution of mine. It is not very used: in fact, it’s hardly (okay) never used.
I have failed to keep my repetitive New Years Resolution every single year of my adult life! DAMN!
Every year I PROMISE to make something a month to put into a Christmas box. Every end of year I creep away with my tail between my legs because I failed to keep my New Years Resolution.
This year I have a global support team: accountability partners from around the world. YOU!
This year I publicly PROMISE, I resolute with my hand on my heart, to make one thing a month to add to my Christmas box.
That one thing will also be recycled AND proof provided in my newsletter. That one thing will turn into 12 things by Christmas 2012. Cool!
What do you think will make an appropriate penalty if I do not keep this recycled resolution?
Best punishment response (judged by me who has to suffer your punishment) wins a copy of a poetry book that I love: Temptress Reclined at Rest by Letizia De Rosa (it’s not recycled: it’s brand new. My copy should not be seen in public. I love it so much I have drooled on it!).
Sign up for our newsletter (below), AND, send me your punishment suggestion for a chance to win Letizia’s delightful poetry book. If you are not into poetry, you could start your “one a month” Christmas box with a free book.