March 27, 2010 (8:10 am)

Green Mommy Blog’s 3rd Awesome Giveaway – MMI Zen Detox Hair & Scalp Therapy

by Kristen Suzanne

It’s that time again for another awesome giveaway! As promised, we have a bunch of giveaways lined up to celebrate the launch of my Green Mommy Blog, and this is only the 3rd one! The prize this time? I’ll draw the name of one lucky winner who will receive a Zen Detox Hair & Scalp Therapy from Morrocco Method International. Here is what MMI has to say about their product:

This unique multi-purpose formula is a very gentle detoxifier to lift heavy metals and other toxins from the scalp and oil glands, and cleanse hair follicles. Safe and beneficial for the entire family! Available in a large 4-ounce jar good for three average spa treatments and a 1-ounce trial & travel packet.

100% complete ingredients list • MMi is fair trade

  • active, live healing clays
  • volcanic ash
  • plant proteins
  • rare trace minerals
  • cactus
  • Blood of the Dragon
  • wild crafted organic crystals
  • herbs and spices

This synergistic blend of enlivened, charged botanicals and hand-picked herbs are mixed, blended, and bottled according to the moon cycles used by ancient farmers.

It’s easy to participate! Simply answer the question (both parts) in the comments section for this blog post. Entries will be accepted until March 31st at 11:59pm. I will randomly draw a name and announce the winner on Green Mommy Blog April 1st. *Please note: this giveaway is open to United States participants only.

Question: Who is your favorite historical figure AND why?

Want another chance to win? Retweet a link to this post on twitter and come back to let me know in a separate comment.

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Want yet another chance to win? Post about this giveaway on your blog, linking back to it, and then let me know in a separate comment.

By the way, the winner of Green Mommy Blog’s 2nd Awesome Giveaway won as the result of her tweeting the giveaway. Yay!

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    Yay for giveaways!! My favorite historical figure is Jane Goodall! Does that count? I know she is still living, but she rocks my socks! I also like John Lennon! :)

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  • RachelV

    My favorite historical figure was Joan of Arc because she was a radical woman for her time!! She was extrodinary and inspired her fellow citizens, even though she ultimately did not see victory and passed away. Check out my facebook & twitter (RachelMSW) for repost/retweet. Love ya

  • Kelly Michelle

    Is it bad that I don't have a favorite historical figure and can I be entered anyways? I mean I guess I could make something up but then I would just be lying :)

  • Jennifer

    I love history and this is seriously the hardest question for me to answer! I think I have to go with Eleanor Roosevelt because she was such a strong eloquent woman who really at the time tried to push for good things to happen.

  • Anonymous

    Because she had such a large heart and warm personality, Audrey Hepburn.

  • Anonymous

    I tweeted. For some reason that sounds like a little kid saying “I tooted”. Hahaha @mirluinwen

  • Lili

    What a great giveaway! I would have to say that Elizabeth Cady Stanton is probably my favorite historical figure. She isn't as well known as Susan B. Anthony, but she worked tirelessly not only for women's sufferage, but also for a broader scope of women's rights going beyond voting.

  • jenreed1023

    Coco Chanel..I love the way she stayed true to herself and her vision of what she wanted.

  • Erika

    Lao Tzu! I just love the simple-seeming thoughts that you can ponder for hours and hours on end…. The idea that the tao is everything and nothing all at once…. that you’ll never understand all its intricacies and yet should never stop trying (my own interpretation, perhaps.)

  • Terri

    Martin Luther King JR because he fought for equality & rights and who doesn't want that?

  • jvegegirl

    My favorite historical figure is Indira Gandhi because she paved the way for woman leaders everywhere!

  • runnergirl

    Whomever invented guacamole :)

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    Linked on facebook!

  • jennifer h

    My favorite historical figure is Lucille Ball because she made history with advancements for women in film, but also made you laugh your socks off!

  • Ella

    My favorite historical figure – Mary Cassatt! She became a serious painter at a time when it was almost impossible for a woman to do so. She was a pioneer and I think she rocks :)

  • http://www.healingjake.com/ Steph

    I blogged it on my sons blog 'healing jake'

  • http://www.frugalbabe.com/ Frugal Babe

    Rosa Parks, because she was just a kick-ass lady. I would like to think that I'm even half as brave, but I doubt it.

  • MissionVegan

    My favorite historical person is Ghandi because he was just so awesome and inspiring.

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    Posted on FB– Meredyth Hite.

  • kellygroves13

    Hmm, that's a tough one. I would have to say Mother Teresa because she was so selfless in her actions, helping the poor, the people the world had cast aside. Such a humanitarian!

  • sanzo5

    My favorite historical figure is Jane Austen because she challenged societies views on women and made her living on her own terms without having to rely on getting married.

  • sanzo5

    My favorite historical figure is Jane Austen because she challenged societies views on women and how they could earn a living. Jan Austen made her way through the world without relying on getting married and she still makes an impact on anyone who reads her stories today.

  • Krystal

    What an awesome giveaway! So I've sat here and thought about this question for 10 minutes! I guess I don't have one… Does my entry still count? :P

  • http://animalfriendlyeating.blogspot.com/ kelli

    john lennon b/c he sang and spoke of peace and truth.

  • http://unschoolingrocks.wordpress.com/ MB

    Rosa Parks: Black female, activist when it was unpopular to be either.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosa_Parks

  • Emily

    Rasputin- because he lived such an interesting life!

  • Sharanya

    My favourite historical figure is Mahatma Gandhi.He fought for peace,Ahimsa for everyone.

  • jmc2258

    My favorite historical figure is Nat Turner. Learned about him in HS and was moved.

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  • Amy

    My favorite historical person is Jesus because of all He does for me!

  • http://www.loveveggiesandyoga.com/ Averie (LoveVeggiesAndYoga)

    fave historical figure? omg does purple Barney count? he's been around for 20 yrs and helps me get a 11 min shower in :)

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  • micahsmomma

    My favorite historical figure is Ellen G. White, who was WAY ahead of her time in the health reform movement she began in her church.

  • Rachie86

    That's a hard one, there are so many people that have lived that I like. The first name that comes to mind is John Lennon. His music has helped get me through some tough times throughout my childhood and even now at times.

  • http://heatherezell.com/ Heather

    Probably Kurt Vonnegut, for his pure literary brilliance, even though some may not consider him an historical figure.

  • Joanna

    Tommy Douglas who is responsible for establishing universal healthcare in Canada. Odd fact…he's Kiefer Sutherland's grandfather!

  • Brandi B.

    It has to be Jesus–I wouldn't be the person I am without him in my life:)

  • BrookieCookie

    I can't choose one historical figure because it is more of a group than an individual. My favorite historical people were our founding fathers. They were so in tune to human nature and they fought with ideas instead of violence (until Britain came over with the military). Ideas are powerful and their ideas started a new nation.

  • JustAudrey

    Jesus, because he's God. :D

  • http://www.bluxeblog.com/ Taryn

    favorite historical figure?…. oh I'd have to say Jane Austen, hands down, for the countless hours of happy literary escapes.

    Cheers!

  • SSummers

    I've always had an interest and heart for Ruth from the bible. She left everything to stay with her MIL and trusted God completely.

  • Josie Martinez

    My favorite historical figure is Martha Ballard, a midwife and mother living on the post-Revolutionary Maine frontier. Ballard was a central part to the lives of many people in her community as she struggled through many difficult births, illnesses, and poverty, to naturally bring hundreds of new lives to this earth. A great example of courage, values, and physical labor to all modern day mothers and midwives alike.

    PS: Kristen, I went to one of your lectures at Whole Foods Tempe, AZ years ago, as a curious college athlete, and still think of you and your healthy example often as I strive to incorporate more raw foods into my diet. My husband and I even spout because of you, and we now started a garden! Bet you never thought you had made such an impression:) Thanks for all you do, and congratulations on your successful conception! yippie!

  • http://bradyjosiemartinez.blogspot.com/ Josie Martinez

    My favorite historical figure is Martha Ballard, a midwife and mother living on the post-Revolutionary Maine frontier. Ballard was a central part to the lives of many people in her community as she struggled through many difficult births, illnesses, and poverty, to naturally bring hundreds of new lives to this earth. A great example of courage, values, and physical labor to all modern day mothers and midwives alike.

    PS: Kristen, I went to one of your lectures at Whole Foods Tempe, AZ years ago, as a curious college athlete, and still think of you and your healthy example often as I strive to incorporate more raw foods into my diet. My husband and I even spout because of you, and we now started a garden! Bet you never thought you had made such an impression:) Thanks for all you do, and congratulations on your successful conception! yippie!

  • Lisa

    Thomas Edison for lighting up my life ;) But seriously though, he made some amazing discoveries.

  • Sugarplumfaerie

    I posted your link to my Facebook for all my friends to come check you out. I have way too many favorite historical figures to list…but since I work with children with special needs, Helen Keller definitely made an impact for those who must overcome many obstacles to learning :)

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    I'd have to say Jesus……He gave his life for us……..

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  • http://www.facebook.com/Jess26ica Jessica Wood

    The first Lady of Song : Ella Fitzgerald.

  • http://healthyhoggin.com/ Megan @ Healthy Hoggin'

    I just watched the movie, Becoming Jane, so I'd have to say Jane Austen is one of my favorite historical figures at the moment. I love how she earned her own living as a female author, and challenged society's views on women with her stories! Some of my favorite stories of all time, too!

    Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

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  • http://eathealthybehappy.blogspot.com/ Elena

    Oh, I have so many! How historical can we get? One of my favorites is Eleanor Roosevelt–the woman was overflowing with wisdom. I quote her on a regular basis. She was very empowering and encouraging to other females as well.

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  • http://www.rawkinwithtrish.blogspot.com/ Tricia

    I like Abe Lincoln. I've been trying to be as honest as possible lately. So there you go!

  • http://robertsonsofmumbai.blogspot.com/ The Roebrtsons of Mumbai

    My favorite historical figure is Agios Synkletike (Saint Syncletica) of Alexandria, for her charity, humility, and dedication to teaching women during the 4th century. (I have a US address!)

  • http://brittandjjnz.wordpress.com/ Britt

    Hands down no questions, Jesus Christ. He's perfect. Do I need more reason than that?

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    Congrats Rachel! You WON!!!

  • http://twitter.com/choosingraw Gena Hamshaw

    Darlin, you sure know how to pose tough questions!!!!

    I guess I might say Mozart, because without his music my life would be significantly less good.

    Hope I win! :-)

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