Lunchbox Love Mom Panel
Right before I jumped on a plane to BlogHer in Chicago (photos and a recap or two coming soon!) I received some fantastic news- I was selected to be a member of the Lunchbox Love Mom Panel! Woo hoo say you….but what does that mean? Well, I’m joining forces with an AMAZING team of ten smart and influential women to spread the word about a new and innovative product: Lunchbox Love – The Original Lunch Box Notes.
What is Lunchbox Love?
I’m a sap, what can I say? My kids are 9, 11 and 12 and they usually make their own school lunch. That’s not why I’m a sap. I’m a sap because once in a while I throw a little love note into their lunch box. Mornings are generally hectic so it doesn’t happen as often as I’d like, but I think about writing a note (that counts, right?).
Lunchbox Love makes it so simple. Each 12 pack of cards are pre-printed with all sorts of sayings. For example “Keep up the effort in school, You’re doing a great job!” and “Be strong.” for the younger crowd. When your child flips the card over they’ll find an interesting piece of trivia or a joke to share with friends at the lunch table. There are also two blank cards in the pack which you can use for personalized notes to your kids.
Lunchbox Love gives back
The company was founded by two life-long friends and moms, Judi Willard and Mary Fuller, who know that there is scientific evidence that shows positive thoughts and words have a positive affect on our mental and physical health. Their philosophy is that positive words can change someone’s day, a life, and eventually the world. I happen to agree.
The company is also donating a portion of their proceeds to help feed children around the world.
Lunchbox Love for tweens and teens
My kids are officially tweens and I still want to give them “I love you” notes. I’m perfecting my embarrassing mom skills. Lunchbox Love gets it and created a pack of cards specifically for the tween/teens in your life. These cards are printed with more sophisticated feel good notes with inspirational quotes on the back. My favorite is “Sometimes parents make mistakes too. I’m sorry.”
Your chance to try Lunchbox Love notes
Since back-to-school is just around the corner for many of us Lunchbox Love Notes will be a fun addition to your child’s lunch box this year. Here’s your chance to win a 4 pack (12 cards each) of Lunchbox Love Notes.