Last updated on July 29th, 2015 at 03:00 pm
I love me a good Twitter chat, y’all.
Anyone who’s ever interacted with me can tell you I like to talk—I love peppering conversations with funny asides, various insights and playing off the things I learn from the other people involved. I’m the same in person as I am on Twitter—I’m at my best when interacting with others, finding dedicated time to shoot the breeze with anyone out there feeling the need to communicate.
This coming Thursday, to help wrap July up with something fun, Chris Read’s invited myself and a few other bloggers as panelists for the #DriveFree Twitter Chat, a party hosted by Schick where we’ll talk vehicle maintenance, family road trips, and who knows—maybe you’ll be lucky enough to win one of the six Schick Prize Packs we’re giving away, valued at $100 CAD or more!
- Date: Thursday, July 30, 2015
- Time: 9 to 10 pm EST
- Hashtag: #DriveFree
- Chat Host: @CanadianDadBlog
- Chat Sponsor: @FreeYourSkinCA
- Panelists: @PuzzlingPostDad, @ChancesMommy, @MMPerspectives, @CaseP
- Prizes: Five(5) Schick Prize Packs ($100 Value)
- Grand Prize: Schick Prize Pack incl. $150 Gift Card
- Official Schick #DriveFree Twitter Party Rules and Regulations
If you want to give up an hour of time for your chance to win (or hey—just to have fun chatting with me), you’ve gotta RSVP for the party below with the easy-to-use form, and then show up on Thursday, July 30th from 9-10 PM EST and chat away on Twitter with the #DriveFree hashtag for your shot at the Schick!
You can RSVP right here: #DriveFree @ Canadian Dad
It’s easy to forget the value of communication in this world, one that has us obsess over the self, and building a persona that’s better than the people around us. We focus on getting the best job possible, having the kids achieving the most, or making sure our law’s the greenest both literally and metaphorically!
But the best moments of life are often those focused outside of ourselves, seeking connection and meaningful conversation to add value to the world around us, not just to our households or wallets.
For those willing and able, I look forward to seeing you at Schick’s #DriveFree Twitter Party—I promise to behave as questionably as I always do ?
See you Thursday!