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We are GIVING AWAY two UPRIGHT GO devices (worth $119.95 each) to help dads (and mums) stand up straighter.

Along with falling asleep on the couch, Aussie dads often do backbreaking work and rather than shelling out for a physio or chiropractor, help your dad keep fighting fit this Father’s Day with an Upright GO.

Poor posture has been linked with numerous health problems such as back pain, the breakdown of spinal discs, poor mental health and a decrease in confidence.

Correcting and maintaining good posture can lead to an increase in confidence, improves wellbeing and can decrease stress and fatigue.

Upright GO is a small, unobtrusive device that subtly reminds you to sit or stand up straight. Used for 10 minutes daily, improvement to your posture can be noticed in 2-3 weeks. Data is linked in real time to an app on your phone.

Upright is available in Apple stores around Australia and on www.uprightpose.com

Father’s Day Special Offer

Upright GO is running a special Father’s Day Special: Save $20.00 from now until Father’s Day making the Upright GO only $99.95 from www.uprightpose.com/

Please note this competition is open from 20 August 2018 until 5 September 2018 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. M. LegimanVIC
  2. J. BernardNSW
  • Focus and concentrate while walking and listening to my Walkman. Now I’m nagging my kids to focus, concentrate and not checking Facebook when walking!

  • Never wearing socks – my mum would always say I was making her feel cold.

  • Not to seat in front of the TV, now a parent myself I tell my own kids the same thing.

  • Grammar and Manners !!
    from May I…..?
    Can I….?
    “Not Suzi and Me… It’s Suzi and I ”
    No elbows on the table, please thank you and excuse me.
    Oh and shoes were always looked after and cared for.

  • Believe it or not…..it was about my posture. “Keep your shoulders back” was frequently heard when I was ten and eleven. I remember one particular incident on a Friday night’s shopping in Myer when my mother physically wrenched them back

  • My parents nagged me about my posture most of all growing up. Having a straight neck, back and head to increase my confidence and ensure all my meetings with people were positive.

  • I’m grateful to my parents for always reminding me that I should be doing more studying. Today I am often complimented on my researching skills, so I know where it can be traced back to.

  • Always sit up right or you’ll end up with a hunched back – so true!

  • We were on tank water so as soon as I stepped foot in the shower my Dad would be banging on the door to get out!!

  • Dad used to be at me when I opened the lounge room door during winter, worrying about escaping warmth from the barley adequate heater. My body was barely in the room when he would be carrying on, “Shut the %##@# door! Were you born in a tent?”

  • to clean my room and bring out cups and plates

  • My parents nagged me to always tidy me bedroom as it was a terrible mess, everyday!!

  • Either losing weight, stand up straight or hands out of my pockets. That was my father, my mother didn’t nag me at all.

  • Put some shoes on, I’d love to go barefoot and play in the puddles.

  • Clean your room – it was my mum’s mantra.

Enter this competition

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