BoxTops Giveaway!

This school year, giving back to your school can be as easy as looking for the Red Spoon on your favorite Betty Crocker dessert mixes!  Whether you’re collecting for new computers, library books, or a playground, through the Box Tops for Education program you can help make a difference. Last year, your contributions earned more than $59 million for America’s schools!  As the Box Top coordinator at my daughter’s school, I can tell you how important it is to do such a simple thing (that is, collecting Box Tops).  They are sooo many items with Box Tops.  You can find them on Kleenex boxes, ziploc bags, copy paper, Avery office supplies, and now on all Betty Crocker baking mixes  including the  new Fun da-middles.  This back-to-school season, you should also look for double Box Tops on specially marked packages of Betty Crocker baking mixes.

Since I know the importance of Box Tops and schools, I’ve arranged for one lucky reader to get a Box Tops Prize Pack.  In it, there is:

  • Cupcake iclips
  • Cupcake bag
  • Cupcake notepads
  • Box Tops for Education pencils
  • Neoprene Lunch Sack
Here’s what you need to do:



Disclosure: The Betty Crocker products, information, and giveaway have been provided by Betty Crocker through MyBlogSpark.

Litter Free Lunch

With the school year right upon us, it’s time to start thinking about school lunches. I know, for me, there is nothing worse than the feeling that your packing your kids lunches in brown paper bags every day that they are throwing away. Have no fear though — Litter Free Lunch is here. At Litter Free Lunch, you are able to get lunch bags, sandwich bags, snack bags, and even cloth napkins. You kids can literally go litter free at lunch.

Madison tried one of these bags out last year. She had snack time every day (and most of the time ate hot lunch so we didn’t need it for that). However, for snack time, I sent a snack and juice with her every day. I was able to use one of their bags instead of a brown paper bag, and it held up! Plus, I was able to show Madison (my 6 yr old) about reusing and recycling. I love that most of their products come in multiple colors, so there is something for everyone out there.

If you are trying to make your life more green, I recommend checking out Litter Free Lunch.  Just by NOT brown bagging it, you can help save the environment.