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Personal Saver/Road ID

I am now an affiliate for both Personals Savers and Road ID!

I have posted just recently about how much I love my Personal Saver and my Wrist Saver. Now you can purchase it through the link on my blog! I also just saw that they have a new product called the Baby Saver! It's the mace that connects to your jogging stroller! I will be purchasing this for me soon, that way it can just stay on my stroller and I don't even have to worry about remembering it on my runs! :)

You can now order any of the Personal Saver products from the link on the right side bar of my blog!

Personal Saver Pepper Spray

I'm not sure I have ever written about my Road ID before!

This is my awesome pink Wrist ID Slim! 
I also got a red band, just in case I don't want to wear pink. (Which is rare! haha)

I have not taken my Road ID off since I got it back in the beginning of this year!
It makes me feel a bit safer knowing that any EMT or Police officer could find out information they need to help me and reach my family! I have the Interactive one and there is place in the Notes where I put all of my daughters emergency info as well! Her birthday, blood type, and allergies! I know she is almost always with me, and if it could help her and save her life, it is worth wearing it!
When my daughter gets a bit older, she will have her own! I think this is a great idea for kids! They will always have their info with them! Plus, with the Wrist ID Slim, it's a bit more stylish and I rarely remember that it's on my wrist! :)

Please always carry some form of ID on you!

You can now order a Road ID through my link on the right side bar of my blog!

You can also order through these links that will appear at the end of my blog posts now! :)

Personal Saver Pepper Spray


  1. I love Road ID! I suggest it to everyone who exercises or knows someone who does. I got my first one after having an asthma attack during a race (I had a cold too-bad runner). I thought how are they going to know I have asthma if I drop my inhaler?! I have the wrist, ankle and shoe ones. I could use a pink one though...LOL!

    1. Omg! Yes bad runner! lol I think that's funny that you have 3! I've thought about getting the shoe one, just because! It is scary to think what would happen if something happened and no one knew anything about you! And yes! Every girl needs a pink one! lol :)


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