Happy Saturday, and welcome to Dressed for My Day! I’m very much of the Christmas-all-week-long camp. So whether you’re still celebrating (like me) or putting away decorations and cleaning up, I hope you are enjoying a lovely weekend. But I also hope you’ll take a few minutes to complete my First Annual Reader Survey.
Here at Dressed for My Day my goal is to inspire and help women like you and me to dress beautifully and appropriately for our unique days so that we can engage gracefully with those around us and influence them positively. I don’t know if I’ve said that nearly enough this past first year of blogging, but that is definitely my intent with this blog.
With that goal in mind, I’d love for you to complete my reader survey and let me know how I’m doing. While this blog is a personal forum where I share my own style, beauty and fitness choices, I also want to serve you with inspiration, tips and ideas. So your opinion matters.
You Could Win a $50 Gift Card
PLUS I’m giving one lucky survey participant a $50 gift card to the retailer of her choice – either Talbots, Nordstrom, J.Jill, Ann Taylor or Loft. I wish I could give you all one. But if you take the time to complete the survey and supply me with your email address at the end of the survey (for contest purposes only), you’ll be entered in the random drawing. Good luck!
Just click on the graphic below to begin the survey. Depending on how much you are willing to share with me, it should take between 3 and 10 minutes.
***One More Thing Before You Start***
If you’re taking the survey on a small mobile device such as a cell phone, you might need to turn your device sideways to be able to read the survey and respond to the questions well. If you still have trouble, you might want to switch to a laptop or desktop computer. Thanks so much!
Thank You So Much!
Thank you so much for completing the survey. While you’re here, let me tell you a few ways you could become more involved at Dressed for My Day.
- You can subscribe to my email list so that you receive either daily or weekly notification of my blog posts. You’ll find out more about that here.
- I’d love for you to follow me on Facebook here.
- You can follow me on Instagram here.
- It means so much to me when you occasionally leave a comment after a blog post!
- You can follow me on Pinterest here.
- Maybe you could shop through my “Shop Where I Shop” list in the right hand column (if you’re on a laptop or desktop computer) or at the bottom of the page (if you’re on a mobile device. When you shop my links you help fund my efforts here so that I can keep providing you with more helpful post.
- You can shop my looks here. You’ll also find this link in the tool bar at the top of my blog.
- I’d love it if you shared my blog with friends and family members through a link in an email, on Facebook or by word of mouth. Thanks so much to those of you who have already done so. Keep it up!
- Fairly new here? Begin here and take a look around.
I really appreciate you visiting, following and reading Dressed for My Day. I’ve only been blogging here since March of this year, but I feel like we have quickly grown a vibrant and gracious community that I love. Thank you, ladies, for all your support and encouragement!
Blessed for My Day
It’s not always easy to take advice. If we allow our ego to get in the way, advice feels more like a slam to the ground than a hand up. But we are wise to at least listen to the sound counsel of trusted advisers, especially when we know the character, intentions and track record of the one offering the advice.
As we launch into a new year, let’s be women who seek out and listen to wise counsel. Just because we’ve always done something “this way” before doesn’t mean we’re doing it “smart.” We could be just one piece of advice from a major breakthrough! Is there an area of your life where you need to seek out wise advice or just listen to someone who has been trying to offer some already?
Moses’ father-in-law said to him, “The thing that you are doing is not good. You will surely wear out, both yourself and these people who are with you, for the task is too heavy for you; you cannot do it alone. Now listen to me: I will give you counsel, and God be with you. ~ Exodus 18:17-19a