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Master Lock’s National Random Acts of Kindness Week & #GIVEAWAY

I love when companies take part in Random Acts Of Kindness. You've heard about these events every so often right? Well Master Lock is having a week of this event.

Not only can you win one of their padlocks here for your personal use, but you can also enter the sweepstakes on their facebook page.

I'm a little late in sharing about this, but I know that Master Lock will have other great programs throughout the year. In the meantime, run over and enter for your chance to win!

While improving health, fitness and organization consistently rank among the top New Year’s resolutions for consumers, recent research shows most Americans have trouble sticking to resolutions. By February, 36 percent of people have already abandoned their resolution, and by April, this total increases to 54 percent1. To help consumers stay on track, Master Lock is celebrating National Random Acts of Kindness Week®2 (February 13 – 19) by offering a variety of tips and products that are sure to help Americans lock-up their resolutions.  
Throughout the week, visitors to the brand’s Facebook page can enter daily for a chance to win free Master Lock products through a national sweepstakes. 
I usually only make one or no resolution. That way I don't have too much to stress about. My resolution is always inspiring myself to be better and not live silently in my shell.  I know how hard it can be to stick to something we aren't used to. Humans have a default to comfort zone tendencies, so I think it's great that we reevaluate every so often how we are progressing and if we need help to keep moving forward. I'm glad that Master Lock is helping people with their resolutions.

In conjunction with Master Lock’s acts of kindness, the company has created the following set of tips to help consumers strategically adapt to their new lifestyles and make their New Year’s resolutions permanent habits:        
  • Write It Down…and Share It. Simply thinking through your resolutions and storing them mentally isn’t going to ensure you stay committed. Having a list of goals in your organizer, smart phone, or social media profile that you can easily access and share will reinforce your promise to yourself and spur encouragement from your followers and friends. 
  • Get the right gear. Whether your goals revolve around getting back in the gym or being more organized at home, having the right products to help you succeed is a must. For organization, the 7148D document storage box can help keep important documents safely filed away.  To securely organize your digital life, register for a free account at to safely store your user names, passwords and other confidential data for easy access anytime, anywhere.  
  • Getting good shoes, proper work-out wear, and a new gym lock such as the 1534D Password lock will help reinvigorate your enthusiasm to exercise. 
  • Do it for a Month. In order for a new behavior to become a habit, you must stick to it for at least 30 days. Setting this small goal will make achieving your overall resolution more realistic. Plus, you can be encouraged when you’ve reached the one-month mark and assess your progress.           
  • Keep a Journal. Commit to writing one to two sentences about your progress toward your goals each day. Keeping a written record of how you’re doing will keep your resolution top of mind and motivate you to continue to make changes.
  • One Step at a Time. Don’t set too many goals and then try tackling them all at once. Make one goal your priority and focus on changing your habits to achieve it. Once you’ve mastered it, set your sights on two additional goals, giving yourself realistic timelines to achieve them and go from there.  
During National Random Acts of Kindness Week, Master Lock will be surprising gym-goers in six cities with the innovative 1534D Password lock to encourage them to stick to their fitness resolutions and spread a little kindness. The lock is ideal for safely storing your personal belongings during a workout and will be distributed in the following markets:

  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Los Angeles, California
  • San Francisco, California
  • New York, New York 
  • Dallas, Texas
  • Miami, Florida 
Consumers outside of the six markets can also get in on the fun and celebrate National Random Acts of Kindness week by visiting Master Lock’s Facebook page to enter for a chance to win prizes, including the 1534D Password Locks and Visa gift cards.  For more information about the tips above and other security solutions, please visit Master Lock’s website at or the Master Lock Facebook page at

Two Winners: 1534D Password Locks

Master Lock will provide the padlocks for this giveaway.

About the author: Owner of JamericanSpice. Sharing my journey in the present, from the past or thoughts for my future. Mom of two who loves to travel and read and decipher people.
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  1. yes to be more organized
    melissa miller

  2. Yes, to take better care of my skin!

  3. Yes I did
    copperllama at yahoo dot com

  4. I did not make any resolutions.

  5. Yes, to be less stressed!

  6. Yes, to eat better foods and get more exercise.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

  7. Usually to eat healthier and lose weight.

  8. Always to lose weight...rarely follow through. LOL
    Thanks for the chance.

  9. Yes, I want to get fit.

  10. to loose 80 lbs
    Fab giveaway! thanks again! Janna Johnson
    janna @ feedyourpig on gfc

  11. I made a resolution to drop 30 pounds. I'm down 22 today! Woo hoo!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  12. just to exercise which I am doing still
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  13. lose 20 pounds.

  14. I made a resolution to exercise more often for my resolution.

  15. Tam S.
    I resolved to be a good mommy. I will resolve after I give birth to lose all this weight :-) that's not a new years resolution but it's on the agenda for May :-)

  16. just to spend more time with my kids

  17. I made a resolution to eat healthier but it's been an uphill battle. I live alone and cooking for one isn't the easiest thing to do.
    willitara [at] gmail [dot] com

  18. No, I always break them.



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