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We proceeded to the random draw between the 133 entries submitted to this contest. The happy winner is Stacy Long who prefers to wake up with a song from the FM radio.
About the Prize
The Philips Wake-up Light (HF3470) wakes you up in a natural way with light that increases gradually, simulating the sunrise. Starting half an hour before your set wake-up time, the Wake-up Light gradually fills your room with bright light like a rising sun. This light increases the level of energy hormones in your body, preparing it to wake-up.
If you are interested to buy your own, know that the series has two models: the Wake-up Light and the Wake-up Light Plus. The Wake-up Light Plus model adds 2 natural sounds, a USB playback and Dusk simulation to the Wake-up Light.
Congratulations to Stacy Long! We wish to thank all the contestants for your participation. And Stacy, make sure to check your email, we will contact you shortly.
Philips Canada wants to give a Wake-up Light HF3470 to one lucky reader of At Home with Kim Vallee. This light alarm clock will enable you to wake up more gently by reproducing a rising sun. The alarm can play the sound of a bird singing, a friendly beep, or music from the integrated digital FM radio.
Item: Wake-up Light HF3470
Sponsor: Philips Canada
Value: MSRP : $199.99
About the Prize
The Philips Wake-up Light wakes you up in a natural way with light that increases gradually, simulating the sunrise. Starting half an hour before your set wake-up time, the Wake-up Light gradually fills your room with bright light like a rising sun. This light increases the level of energy hormones in your body, preparing it to wake-up.
How to Enter
Fill out all the fields of the form below. The name of the contestants with their answer will be automatically posted at the end of this post, after the form. Limit of one participation per person during the contest period. Contestants who enter more than once will be disqualified.
Deadline: It begins November 15th at 12:00AM ET and will accept entries through November 21st, 2010 at 11:59 PM ET.
Who can Participate: Readers of At Home with Kim Vallee who live in Canada or the United States and are 18 years or older.
Other Rules and Regulations
- The use of services to automatically generate email addresses is forbidden and will disqualify the participant. The use of any automated electronic system is forbidden.
- One (1) winner will be selected at random among the pool of entries received before the participation deadline.
- Contestants must correctly answer a skill-testing question prior to being awarded the prize.
- This contest is sponsored by Philips Canada. The information you provide will only be used for the purposes of this contest.
- This contest is not open to employees or affiliates of Philips Canada, their families, and its public relations agencies.
- No purchase necessary for entry.
- Click here to read the complete Rules and Regulations.
Since last month, I am the host of a home deco segment on a French-speaking Web TV show called On Est Ensemble that is hosted by Philippe Régnoux. It is a fun experience and the team I am working with is awesome. It is a talk show co-produced by the Communauté Sépharade Unifiée du Québec and KAYAK Media.
On Est Ensemble is produced every month. The March episode is now online. My segment starts at 21:31 minutes. Elie shares a recipe after my segment. If you understand French, you will not want to miss his recipe. It is absolutely delicious. I will translate soon his latest recipe.
Women’s Fashion Shop
I also wish to thank Billie Boutique for lending me the beautiful clothes I am wearing. I selected a Tara Jarmon skirt to go with an adorable green top (maybe by Marlene Birger). The dressing rooms at Billie Boutique are stylishly girlie.
I was delighted that Rebecca Orlov of Loving Living Small who also writes about home design for Apartment Therapy asked me for an interview for the blog community blog Blog Out Loud. I admired the Blog Out Loud events since they started it last summer. In fact, it you are living in the San Francisco area, their next event will be March 4th. 2010.
Rebecca asked great questions. I talked about who I started blogging, my blogging schedule, how I found my voice for your blog and for Twitter, plus a few tips on finding a great blog theme.
I wish to share with you something great that happened to me. I now host a design segment on a french-speaking monthly Web TV show called On Est Ensemble (we are together). The group of people I work with is awesome. Since Monday night, the show is available online. If you wish to have a glance at my performance, it starts at 18:43 minutes.
Just after me, it is the recipe segment. The salad that Elie Benchetrit did was so delicious. I will translate it soon and share it with you.
Yesterday, for a great day for me. I wrote an article of the printed edition of the Toronto Star about how to Make potlucks stylish. You can read my article online at YourHome.ca. I wish I could show you the printed version, which has my picture on it but a mishap at the newspaper stand here in Montreal meant that I was unable to grab a copy yesterday. Do not worry, my dear friend Eden Spodek of Barganista is sending me two copies.
After that, I was interviewed during an one-hour live chat by the public and Jane Van Der Voort of the Toronto Star.