Merry Christmas. Or Happy Holidays. Whichever works for you, now is a time to kick back, let loose, celebrate, and be thankful.
And as if you didn’t already have plenty to be thankful for, here’s one more thing to be happy about: you might already be wearing somebody’s recycled water bottle on your feet.
>I’m not talking about the Brooks Green Silence (which, by the way, I’m loving more and more every time I wear them).
No, this time I’m talking about socks. And in this third and final NMA giveaway of the 2010 holiday season, you can win a week’s worth of socks from Coolmax® Ecomade that don’t just look funky, but that somebody once drank out of. Sort of.
What’s so cool about Coolmax
The yarn used to make Coolmax® Ecomade socks is made from 97% post-consumer plastic bottles, which is kind of awesome, especially for tree-hugging, granola-munching hippies like us.
And you might already be wearing Coolmax® Ecomade and not know it—they work with brands like Injinji, DeFeet, Dansko, and REI to produce environmentally-friendly socks for endurance sports and for everyday wear.
Since we’ve been talking a little bit recently about goals and doing cool stuff next year, all you have to do to enter is leave a comment on this post, sometime between now and when the ball drops, listing one awesome thing you’re going to do in 2011.
(And then you’d better do it, or I’ll hunt you down and forcibly remove your bottle-recycled, rainbow-striped socks with toes in them and give them to someone else who deserves them.)
Good luck in the giveaway, and enjoy your holiday. I’ll be busy celebrating my son’s first Christmas, turning 30, and then working on a bunch of stuff that’ll make this site really kick ass in 2011. And then figuring out how the hell I’m going to run 100 miles.
Vegan Supplements: Which Ones Do You Need?
Written by Matt Frazier and Matt Tullman.
I’m here with a message that, without a doubt, isn’t going to make me the most popular guy at the vegan potluck.
But it’s one I believe is absolutely critical to the long term health of our movement, and that’s why I’m committed to sharing it. Here goes…
Vegans need more than just B12.
Sure, Vitamin B12 might be the only supplement required by vegans in order to survive. But if you’re anything like me, you’re interested in much more than survival — you want to thrive.
So what else do vegans need?