**I am a compensated participant in this party in partnership with The Motherhood. Please see my Disclosure for more information.**
To be honest, sometimes I forget to set doctor’s appointments, much less actually go to them. If I do actually make it, taking medications on schedule is virtually unheard of. But when it comes to my kids, I really, really need to stay on schedule for them. So, I am SUPER pumped to learn about the NEW #Care4Today Mobile Health Manager!
Join us for the #Care4Today Twitter Party! Keep reading!
What: In today’s increasingly fast-paced world, moms have a lot to keep track of. When the schedule gets chaotic, we know it can be easy to overlook tasks like taking a daily medication for seasonal allergies or other health issues. Enter Care4Today™ Mobile Health Manager, a free mobile app and website with new features that are designed to support and motivate people to stay on schedule with their medications. Join us for the party to chat about this wonderful tool and managing fall allergies.
When: Thursday, October 3, at 2p ET / 1p CT / 11a PT
Where: We’ll be on Twitter – follow the #Care4Today hashtag to track the conversation. You can see the details and RSVP via this Twtvite: http://twtvite.com/
Prizes: Five prizes will be awarded throughout the party to participants who respond correctly to trivia questions. Each winner will receive a $50 Visa gift card and a Vera Bradley pill case.
Your fellow co-hosts:
@ParentPalace – Amber, Parent Palace, http://parentpalace.
@EcoBabyMamaDram – Bri, Eco Baby Mama Drama, http://
@BridgetteLA – Bridgette, Experimental Mommy, http://www.
@debthompson – Deb, Just Short of Crazy, http://www.
@DonnaChaffins – Donna, Blog by Donna, http://blogbydonna.com
@waystosave – Kas, Southern Bella’s Ways To Save, http://www.
@amomsimpression – Kathy, A Mom’s Impression, http://
@blueviolet – Liz, A Nut in a Nutshell, http://www.
@lomargie – Lori, A Day in Motherhood, http://www.
@suelee1998 – Susan, Susan’s Disney Family, http://www.
@cookiesANDclogs – TerriAnn, Cookies & Clogs, http://www.