Living With Hearing Loss Was Nominated For Most Loved Health Blog

I am excited that Living With Hearing Loss was nominated in Healthline’s Most Loved Health Blogs Contest this year! First prize is $1000, second is $500 and third is $250. I will donate any winnings to hearing related charities.

To vote for LWHL, click this link. You can vote once per day through December 6, 2017. Thank you for your support!

https://healthline.wishpond.com/healthline-blog-contest17/entries/168961928

6 thoughts on “Living With Hearing Loss Was Nominated For Most Loved Health Blog

  1. Shari,

    Congratulations. You perform a much needed role for the Hearing Loss community and I’ve been very impressed by the information you make available. I’ve learned a lot. Good luck in the voting.

    Mike

    • Shari Eberts – NYC – Shari Eberts is a hearing health advocate, writer, speaker and avid Bikram yogi. She blogs at LivingWithHearingLoss.com and serves on the Board of Trustees of Hearing Loss Association of America. She is the former Board Chair of Hearing Health Foundation. Shari has an adult-onset genetic hearing loss and hopes that by sharing her story, it will help others to live more peacefully with their own hearing issues.
      Shari Eberts says:

      Thanks so much Mike!

    • Shari Eberts – NYC – Shari Eberts is a hearing health advocate, writer, speaker and avid Bikram yogi. She blogs at LivingWithHearingLoss.com and serves on the Board of Trustees of Hearing Loss Association of America. She is the former Board Chair of Hearing Health Foundation. Shari has an adult-onset genetic hearing loss and hopes that by sharing her story, it will help others to live more peacefully with their own hearing issues.
      Shari Eberts says:

      Thank you!

    • Shari Eberts – NYC – Shari Eberts is a hearing health advocate, writer, speaker and avid Bikram yogi. She blogs at LivingWithHearingLoss.com and serves on the Board of Trustees of Hearing Loss Association of America. She is the former Board Chair of Hearing Health Foundation. Shari has an adult-onset genetic hearing loss and hopes that by sharing her story, it will help others to live more peacefully with their own hearing issues.
      Shari Eberts says:

      Thank you Ian. I am so glad you feel that way. It is a wonderful community!

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