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Tomorrow Marks My Blog’s One Month Anniversary. Woot! Woot!

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For the past couple of years, I have been contemplating on starting a healthy living blog. I have actually started a few but never kept up with them. I would post a couple of blogs and then give up. This time I made the commitment to blog for at least a month and if I did not enjoy it, I would stop. I have found that I love, love, love my blog. I love connecting with my readers and I’ve been involved in networking more than I could have ever imagined. Here’s to another month. =D

In honor of my eatbreatheyogini’s one month anniversary, I decided to do a giveaway to my followers. Official rules and pictures of prizes will be on tomorrow’s blog. Prizes will include my favorite vegan and vegetarian snacks and foods. In addition, I will post up the BEST recipe I have thus far. It is my mother’s vegetarian egg rolls recipe. The post will be picture heavy and the recipe is very labor intensive, but the results are  truly satisfying, I PROMISE. It is THE BEST egg roll that I have EVER tried and I had my fair share of egg rolls, vegetarian and non-vegetarian.

Please keep an eye out for tomorrow’s post. The contest will go for one week long, until November 16, 2012 at 12:00 AM.




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