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GIVEAWAY ALERT! The Average Jane's Big Move Back Home (Plus a Giveaway, Too)!

Well, we've finally done it.  We've made the big move back to the Philippines!  So expect my future posts to be reverting back to anything RP-located (will come in a few months, though, as I still have a number of backlogs about Singapore to contend to).

While we're talking about transitions, I've also noticed that it's been some time since I last hosted a blog giveaway (more than a year to be exact).  So I think it's high time to have one again, don't you think?

So for this giveaway, here's what I'll be raffling off...

Travel-sized set of Crabtree & Evelyn toiletries

... a travel-sized set of Crabtree & Evelyn Avocado, Olive & Basil toiletries!

This particular kit includes a skin revitalizing body wash, shampoo, conditioner,

Skin revitalizing body wash, shampoo, and conditioner

body lotion, and

Body lotion

moisturizing soap, all part of the Crabtree & Evelyn Avocado, Olive & Basil collection.

Moisturizing soap

Interested?  Here's how to join:


Rules are simple.  Just follow any, or all, of these steps to obtain entries.  The more steps you accomplish, the more valid entries you obtain.

1. Follow The Average Jane on Google+*.  (+1 point)

2. Like The Average Jane on Facebook*.  (+1 point)

3. Follow The Average Jane on Twitter*.  (+1 point)

4. Post about my mini giveaway in your blog. (+5 points)

* Links to all 3 accounts are also included in my blog's side bar.


After accomplishing the steps, please email me at with the following details:

1. your full name,
2. email address,
3. Goggle+ / Twitter / FB usernames (as applicable), and
4. blog post link (as applicable).

NOTE: Please still email me even if you are already or have been a long time follower of my blog.  Just so I am aware that you are interested in joining.

Contest runs starting now, June 21, 2013 to July 31, 2013, midnight!  Winner will be announced in my blog, Google+, FB, and Twitter accounts; and will be contacted by e-mail a week after the raffle ends.

Open to all my followers who have a valid Philippine mailing address.  As always, I will be shipping the prize to the winner.  =)

Sali na!  J


  1. Nasanay ko sa rafflecopter mo. hehehe! I will join this for sure. =) Btw! I tagged you on this post

    1. Oo nga e. Hindi na kasi free yugn rafflecopter. Hehehe!

      Thanks for the tag! =)


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