Menopause Mondays™ Live are free social events that combine a cocktail party atmosphere with an environment to support women’s health and wellness issues. Menopause Mondays™ Live are hosted by Ellen Dolgen, menopause awareness expert, author and speaker, and they focus on perimenopause, menopause and post-menopause.
The first event is Monday, June 3, 5-7pm PST at Burlap restaurant in Del Mar, California, near San Diego. Women will enjoy a complimentary evening of health information from Ellen, cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and each attendee will leave home with a free BlowMeCool mini-fan.
“Through her efforts, Ellen is providing a forum for women to discuss and understand peri-menopause and menopause in an open and fun way,” says Brian Burge, Founder of BlowMeCool Inc. “We’re glad BlowMeCool Inc. can donate our mini-fans as they align with Ellen’s mission to show women how there are resources available that can help them overcome menopausal symptoms, hot flashes and night sweats included.”
“My mission is to help women stop feeling like they have to suffer through peri-menopause and menopause in silence,” says Ellen Dolgen, who plans to host more events across the United States. “The parties serve as a welcoming place to discuss our health issues in a fun, loving atmosphere where the sisterhood helps the sisterhood! My motto is: Reaching out is IN! Suffering in Silence is OUT!”
Women (and men!) who wish to attend, must RSVP by Monday, May 27, 2013 through Eventbrite:http://menopausemondays.eventbrite.com/
This is a guest post from a BlowMeCool customer:
I got my BlowMeCool a few weeks back when the Community Manager for BlowMeCool ssaw me experiencing a hot flash and she offered me hers to cool off. In that moment it was just what I needed.
I have had it as my constant companion ever since. From my office, to home, to my night side table and even to the dance floor it has become my new best friend. It is a gentle breeze that helps me to cool down when I am just too hot.
I never knew hot flashes were like this but now with the BlowMeCool I have a new tool as I attack these annoying hot flashes.
Thanks Hollie for giving me yours, I will be ordering soon for a few friends who need them too.
* this is a guest post written by a new BlowMeCool lover, Susan Morris
One of things we value here at the BlowMeCool offices is our relationship
with affiliates and bloggers. Did you know that BlowMeCool offers an
affiliate program to bloggers and website hosts?
We have form great partnerships with bloggers such as Ellen Dolgen and the
Menopause Goddess and others, if you would like to help get the word out
about our small but powerful fan contact us about our affiliate program.
Building a relationship with us at BlowMeCool is real easy; you check us out
and review a free sample of our product, and we check you out. If you have
a website or blog focused on an audience which is mostly the over age 45 and
write on topics such as menopause, health, aging etc.
Enjoy it while you got it!
One of our customers this week sent us a thank you email. We love when things go well, so we were delighted to get this email from Catherine Wilcox-
” When my husband gave me an early Mother’s Day gift, at first I wasn’t sure what message he was trying to give me. After some time with my BlowMeCool fan I am realizing it is because he is the most considerate man I know. He was actually paying attention to my new sweaty intruder. My BlowMeCool min fan does what it says it blows me cool when I am hot ( as in when I am having a dreaded hot flash).
For the first days that I had the fan, it was never close at hand it was often in another room or even worse at home. Simply put I wasn’t use to having it around. Now, I keep it with me always and it has become best friends with my cell phone. I charge them at the same time, and then toss them into my purse so my BlowMeCool is always at hand.”
Thanks Catherine for sending us your take on the BlowMeCool. We think a cellphone and a BlowMeCool make great best friends and it is absolutely fantastic that your husband was thinking of how he could make your life a little easier.