[ENDED] [COMPETITION] Give a shoutout for Mother's Day, win a YOGA!

WINNER ANNOUNCEMENT: Thank you to everyone for entering, we loved hearing your heartfelt shoutouts to the amazing females in your life!

Congratulations to    - we loved your response and will be in touch to get your prize over to you Slight smile

Thank you again to everyone for participating. Keep your eyes peeled for the next competition!


The month of May means it’s time to schedule in plans to celebrate Mother’s Day, and this year we’re giving you the chance to celebrate with a little something from us – a brand new YOGA Duet 7i laptop!

To enter the competition:

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  3. Tell us in the forum comments below:

Mums, sisters, aunties, best friends alike – we all have that special person that we go to for anything and everything. In celebration of Mother’s day, give a shoutout to mum or other female role model in your life, and say thanks! Share with the community who that person is in your life, and why you’ve chosen to spotlight them.

The most inspiring response will win a Yoga Duet 7i 13"! We look forward to seeing all your responses - good luck Slight smile

Competition ends 8th May 2022, open to AU residents only. For more information, see the terms and conditions here

Parents
  • Mother's Day is this Sunday, but one day is insufficient to express my gratitude to my mother for everything she has done for my family and me. My mother was diagnosed with thyroid cancer (papillary carcinoma) a few years ago and had surgery to remove half of her thyroid. She was also working on her PhD at the time. She was caring for three children while battling thyroid cancer and attending classes. Despite how difficult it was at times, she always put herself first. She would put her academics on hold simply so her children could have fun or so we could enjoy a fresh dinner every day. I will forever be grateful for my mother and everything she has ever done for us, and she deserves to be recognised more than anybody I have ever known.

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  • Mother's Day is this Sunday, but one day is insufficient to express my gratitude to my mother for everything she has done for my family and me. My mother was diagnosed with thyroid cancer (papillary carcinoma) a few years ago and had surgery to remove half of her thyroid. She was also working on her PhD at the time. She was caring for three children while battling thyroid cancer and attending classes. Despite how difficult it was at times, she always put herself first. She would put her academics on hold simply so her children could have fun or so we could enjoy a fresh dinner every day. I will forever be grateful for my mother and everything she has ever done for us, and she deserves to be recognised more than anybody I have ever known.

Children
  • Congratulations Mayar! We loved your response and have chosen your entry for the win! Keep your eyes peeled for a message from us :)