Starbucks gift card giveaway – enter here!

All right.  Here’s what it is, folks.

I’ve been driving myself bat stuff crazy for two days straight trying to come up with a name for a new website.  I need help!

That’s where you come in, and enter also my cheap, unoriginal way to get you to help me!

All you have to do is read the rest of this post and leave your comment to be entered to win.  The prize is a $10.00 gift card to Starbucks — I know, I know, it’s not much, but it’s ten dollars more than you have right now right?  And being that this is my *first ever* giveaway, I’m starting small and you’re just going to have to sit tight.

Here are the parameters:

1) I want to start a new site to showcase whatever this is that I am beginning with reproductive immunology and its potential to heal me of recurrent miscarriage.  I want to be able to tell the world: “Here I am, and yes I am following an ‘experimental’ path, but it sure is getting me a heck of a lot further than those other specialists did.”  Or something.

2) It has to be cool.  It can’t have some dinky name like “My Reproductive Journey,” or “Blogging About My Uterus.”  (Those are extreme examples.  Bottom of the barrel examples.)

3) I prefer not to use the hackneyed infertility/baby blog terms such as – well, “infertility,” “baby,” “womb,” “pregnancy,” or “miscarriage.”

4) The name of the new blog/site will tell the average passerby that I am on some sort of journey or project that is being facilitated by an untypical doctor (there are only a handful in the whole country) in a newer field of medicine.  It should convey hope, movement in a direction, personality, and courage.

Maybe I’m trying too hard, but I feel strongly that if I am helped by this approach to reproductive health, then other women will be also.  I want to develop a site that is professional, helpful, relevant, and … well, hip.  I’m here to document a journey, and though I’m just one woman, we are capable of changing the world when we follow what’s right :)  I would be honored to have your help kick-starting this new venture.

Leave a comment below (or three, or 50!) and I will choose from the entries no later than Thursday, Aug. 23rd, at 10:00 p.m.  The winner gets said gift card to Starbucks, my gratitude, and the gratitude of all those people who don’t have to click on a blog called “My New Womb.”

For your consideration and reference:

Dr. Jeffrey Braverman’s Reproductive Immunology Practice

The Alan E. Beer Center for Reproductive Immunology

Wikipedia’s very short reference page for Reproductive Immunology


About Sara

I am a 30-something momma of two with a history of recurrent pregnancy loss. After receiving no answers from "regular" fertility specialists, I discovered that there is a pioneering field of fertility testing and treatment called Reproductive Immunology. The American College of OB-GYN's still does not recognize this field, but I felt strongly that women needed to know there might still be answers for them. I started a website to inform and encourage others to be their own advocates.
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5 Responses to Starbucks gift card giveaway – enter here!

  1. Billie Letso says:

    Road to conception? (Kind of like “road to redemption” but not very hopeful or original. *sigh* That’s all I got.)

  2. Ali M. says:

    I figured, since this is about your journey, then you wouldn’t mind sharing your faith. Now, I’m no good at coming up with actual names but I would like to help. With that in mind, you will probably change the wording but I think you will like the concept. ” ‘The Full Life’ …staking a claim on Exodus 23:26″ or ” ‘Full of Life’ …standing on Ex. 23:26″ It’s always good to state the truth, especially in the face of doubt and adversity.

  3. Pingback: why “reproductive immunology”? | her bigger lens

  4. Kim S. says:

    Hey Sara! How about something related to your last blog post, like “Beyond dead ends” or something along that line. Love following your blog and I think it’s great what you’re doing. Will keep thinking about it for you!

  5. Genuinely when someone doesn’t know afterward its up to other users that they will help, so here it happens.

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