Back to School Shopping Made Easy… And CHEAP!

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Back to School Shopping Made Easy... And CHEAP!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Giving Assistant, however, the opinions shared here are all genuine and shared out of my actual experience.

Saving time and staying sane seem to be my 2 main goals of back to school shopping this year. Something that didn’t happen last year. Taking 2 girls to a bunch of different stores that are flooded with other crazy parents and their kids, isn’t my idea of a good time. This year I am going to shake things up a bit. I have put together a few ways that I will be saving time and money this school year.

– Believe it or not, you might already have tons of school supplies lying around your house. Closets, desk drawers, and bins might hold hidden treasures that can save you money.

– If you have a moms’ group in your area, organize a swap party where people can exchange items for free. This can be done online or in person. 

– Make social media work for you. I follow a lot of the stores I shop at on the various social media sites and often times I can score really great coupons that I didn’t see anywhere else. These coupons can usually be used online and in-store.

– Make your Smartphone work for you! Often times you can get coupons sent right to your email or via text message.

– Timing is everything! Always watch for sales and pair them with your coupons. You can still find a lot of great deals after the rush.

– Spread out your purchases. You don’t have to buy everything in one trip. Getting a few things here and there throughout the Summer will help lighten the load.

– If things are REALLY cheap splurge a little and buy extra. Kids need school supplies throughout the year and not just at the beginning of the year. Supplies tend to go back up in price once Fall is over.

– Since I am cheap and always trying to get the best bang for my buck I love using cash back sites. There are a few to choose from, but I recently discovered a site called Giving Assistant. They are a free digital loyalty program, over 1,100 largest retailers, avg. of 5% cash reward after each online purchase.

I am going to try our back to school shopping all online. Finding the best deals and bargains from the comfort of my own home (and in my pajamas if I want to).

This means I can find all of the best back to school deals on a site such as Staples and make money doing it. The sales are usually always the same as in store and I don’t have to fight the raging crowds. Easy peasy!

How Giving Assistant Works

  • Retailers pay them a commission for purchases originated from their website. Typically a percentage of the sale (avg ~5%).
  • For purchases originated by their members they pay the entire commission as cash back directly and digitally to their members.
  • For non-member purchases they retain the commission, and make a small donation to Feed America to give one meal.
  • Members are given the option to automatically donate any % of their cash back to any charity of their choice.

Giving Assistant’s even has a Cash Back Promise:

Double Cash Back, Always. 
They give you 100% of the commission, unlike the other guys with just 50% of the commission.

My favorite part about Giving Assistant is the money I earn goes directly to my secure debit card. No more months
 and months waiting for a check in the mail like some of the other cash back sites. Plus, the minimum payout is just $1, not $25 like the other guys. SCORE!

Check it out for yourself!

1. Sign up with Facebook or with your email

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2. Choose how much of your cash back you want to donate to charity and then confirm it. Giving Assistant allows you to choose to donate as little or as much of your cash back to charity. Also, for each coupon used, Giving Assistant donates a meal to a needy family in America. This is possible thanks to the nonprofit, Feeding America.

3. Find the store you want to earn cash back at by either using the search bar or the list at the Cash Back Stores tab. I will be using Staples and The Children’s Place for sure!

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4. Once on the store’s cash back page, click the “Activate Cash Back Now” button to get started shopping.

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5.  Purchase and pay for your items. It’s that easy! All you have to do it wait for the money to automatically be added to your account. Happy back to school shopping to all of you and remember, if you want to save time and money be sure to check out Giving Assistant for all of your online purchases.

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Coach Wristlet Valentine’s Day Giveaway

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Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and what better way to say “I love you” to yourself than winning a designer Coach handbag? This Wristlet is perfect for carrying around everything you need without overdoing it! And in a great Spring color!


  • The dimensions are 9″ long and 6″ wide.
  • There are 4 compartments, of which 2 are zippered.
  • MSRP: $165.00

Now for the giveaway!

  • One Lucky Winner will receive the Coach Wristlet pictured, valued at $165
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Be sure to stick around! This is one of many giveaways coming your way and they are only going to get bigger and better! Are you as excited as we are? You should be! Giveaway ends Saturday, February 14th. Come back daily to enter. The more points you have, the better your chances are of winning!! Disclosure: If you have any question please send an email to perezmissi(@) All entries are optional, if you do any of the tasks you can collect the entries, but if the winner task is a task you did not complete, a second winner will be chosen. You have 24 hours to claim your prize once we have emailed you.

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My Snuggle Bunny Personalized Book Review

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I’m so in love with the company “I See Me“. We have a few books from them and they never disappoint. I See Me makes all kinds of fun and engaging personalized children’s books and gifts. Just in time for Easter, we were lucky enough to get to review the beautifully written book called “My Snuggle Bunny”. Because it is a personalized book, it was actually changed to “Josephine’s Snuggle Bunny”.


How cute is that?! So not only was this book made just for her, but it also came with the softest most cutest (if that’s really a thing) bunny ever! Really. She hasn’t put it down since it came in the mail. It’s precious!


I love the I see Me books because they never skip the details. The books are made of amazing quality and I don’t have to worry about her tearing the paper. Look at this adorable page with her picture on it. Seeing herself in her books gets her so excited to read. I just love it. I will never forget the look on her face the first time she laid eyes on it. Made my heart melt!


Just about every single page there is an adorable reminder that this is HER book. Kids like to feel special. These books do exactly that.

Product Specifications:

  • Written by award winning author Maia Haag
  • Illustrated by John Butler
  • 20 pages
  • Suitable for ages 0-10
  • Comes with a stuffed 12 inch plush bunny
  • Bunny safe for ages 0+
  • Book is 8.5 x 8.5 inches

I See Me books have a HUGE selection to choose from. I truly believe there is something for every kid on their site. Take a look for yourself and let me know what you find. How cute would the Snuggle Bunny book be for an Easter Basket?


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Edu Science Wacky Lab Extreme Science Lab Review

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Amaze your friends and family with this Toys’R’Us exclusive Edu Science Wacky Lab Extreme Science Lab! My girls were soon excited when this arrived in the mail. They are hands-on learners for sure and love to try out new things. My oldest is 11 and has been dipping into experiments at school a little bit, but not as much as she would like. That’s why this kit is perfect for her!

She couldn’t wait to tear into the highly decorated box to see what was inside. That’s why I let her cover this one. She took all of her own pictures. Since there are over 100 activities to do in this awesome box, she hasn’t done them all quite yet. This science kit is perfect for those “I’m bored” moments.


The Edu Science Wacky Lab Extreme Science Lab includes test tubes with lids, rack, mixing tray, magnifying glass, pipettes, scoop, Petri dish, cups, energy stick, geyser and twister tubes, magnet, energy beads, string, bags of powders/crystals, water-absorbing materials, plastic loop, hex nut, PTC paper, color tablets, film canister, and instructions. Everything your awesome kids need to become a REAL scientist. Well, sorta.

You have everything you need to grow crystals, concoct different types of goo, create quicksand, make a tornado in a bottle and so more. The possibilities are actually mind blowing. And for the price… you honestly can’t beat it.


I’m quite impressed with this kit. Much more than I thought I would be. We have tried other science kits in the past and none have been this great. I will definitely be adding to her collection. It’s great to see an educational “toy” keep her attention for so long. She always tells me she wants to be a “CSI person” so this might be the start of her journey.

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Eat Your Greens: How to Encourage the Kids to Eat More Healthily

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“Eat your greens!” is an adage that many parents live by. But, what to do when your kids refuse to eat the healthy foods on their plate? It can drive us to the brink of despair. After all, you want your children to grow up to strong and healthy. A diet of bread crumbs can play havoc with that.

Getting kids to eat their fruit and vegetables can be problematic. Tackling the problem of fussy eating is not something that can be done overnight. But, there are some great ways that you can encourage a healthier lifestyle all-round.

Give Fruit as a Pudding

We often reward kids with dessert for eating their dinner. But, many of us give sweet treats. We’re all guilty of it. Make sure that you are encouraging your kids to eat more fruit by giving them a fruit salad as a pudding or dessert. Make it colourful, so that it looks appealing. Grapes, strawberries and bananas are all rich in their colour. The bright look of fruit can be appealing for kids. So, ditch the chocolate and make sure that you are giving fruit as a pudding. This is a great way of encouraging them to eat more carefully and healthily.

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Make it Fun!

Fruit and vegetables don’t have to be boring. A great way of making sure that your kids eat their greens is all in the presentation. Make smiley faces on their plate using vegetables of different colours. Think about their favourite animals or hobbies, and use the vegetables to create the shapes on their plate. This can be time-consuming. But, the rewards can be beneficial. Kids often see vegetables as dull. So, jazz up dinner times and encourage them to eat their greens.

Grow Your Own Greens

Getting the kids involved with growing their own fruit and vegetables is one of the best ways to encourage them to ditch their fussy eating habits. They will take an enormous amount of pride in their produce. Plus, they get to eat it afterwards! Growing fruit in your garden is easy. You don’t need a raft of expensive equipment. A small plot of land and grow lighting can ensure that you are on your way to having a house full of healthy eaters. They will love the messy element of this!

Expose Your Kids to Different Food Stuffs Early On

For many children, the texture of fruit and vegetables can be off-putting. The key is to ensure that you introduce them to various food stuffs at an early stage. You can puree the food to make sure that they are getting nutritional foods. But, you can also ensure that you are introducing different kinds of foods at an early age. The more accessible you find fruit and vegetables, the easier it will be to feed your kids.

The Reward Chart System

Reward charts can be beneficial for fussy eaters. Give out stickers and stars every time they eat their greens. Make sure that you follow up with praise. The key is to not lose your temper. This can have a negative impact on your child’s relationship with food.



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Fabulous and Affordable: Keeping the Costs of Your Wedding Down

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No one want’s to skimp on the biggest day of their lives, but is it really worth starting your life together with mountains of debt hanging over your heads from the wedding? With house deposits, children and holidays to save up for; we show you how to save your money for the things that really matter and still throw a wedding that’s the talk of the town.

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The Venue

In many cases, the venue is the most expensive part of the whole day. If you’ve had your heart set on one particular venue, there are plenty of things you can do to get it at a fraction of the cost.

A cancellation at a wedding venue may mean heartbreak for someone else, but for you it could be a godsend. If you are organised and can whip friends and family into action quickly, consider making the venue aware that you would be able to do a date at short notice. Very few brides are willing to be this flexible, so you’re not likely to have much competition. It is also worth remembering how much of the cost of the venue (if any) is non-refundable. This puts you in a strong position when talking price for a last minute opening.

If the chance for a last-minute bargain doesn’t present itself, consider booking the venue at a time when it is in less demand. Fridays and Saturdays are the most popular and therefore the most expensive days to get married. Opt for a Thursday or even a Wednesday to secure your venue at a fraction of the cost. Of course, you will need to give guests a decent amount of notice so they can book time off work well in advance.

If you are not limited on where you want to get married, think outside the box. Hiring a big holiday home for a week and holding the reception there is around the same price as a venue but you have the place for seven days. Take the bridal party with you and spend a few days enjoying local sights, visiting the salon and dressing the house for the big day. With everyone there, you can do much of the organising and decorating (and even some of the cooking) yourselves which keeps the costs down.

The Extras

The extras are what makes a wedding, they also add a serious amount to the cost. Utilising the goodwill and skills of family and friends at this point could save you hundreds, even thousands, before the day is over.

Do you know anyone that is an especially good baker? Great! Let them do the cake and you’ll not only have something personal and meaningful, you’ll have a hell of a saving to match. You could even suggest they do it as your gift so you can secure the cake for free!

Alcohol is another big expense when it comes to weddings. Don’t order it through the venue, they’ll inflate the cost. Buying it yourself at a cash and carry or online liquor store and paying the venue corkage will save you a small fortune and puts an end to open bar taps.

Whatever you decided, the trick to a fabulous wedding is one that feels personal. If you enlist the help of the people who love you, inject some personality into the day and (above all) relax, your wedding is guaranteed to be fabulous and affordable.


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Help With Surviving The School Holiday

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Whether it’s the fast approaching Christmas holidays or another break from school, it can be hard going. As much as children might pretend they like school they generally benefit from the schedule and structure of a school day. Not only that but it gives them plenty to do and a chance to see their friends, so it really isn’t all bad. It is when the school  holidays come around that children can get easily distracted and excitable, which can make it hard to get through!

However, like it or not your children get plenty of school holiday each year, so you need to be prepared.

Spend Time With Other Children

Children get bored easily so you need to make sure you do what you can t keep them happy. Try to arrange regular play date with children that they usually play with at school. That way they don’t miss their friends too much. On top of that they have plenty of fun and this makes the school holidays much more enjoyable for everyone. If you are visiting relatives then try to plan this for time when other young family members will be there. That way they can entertain themselves and the adults will have a much more stress-free time.

The Great Outdoors

Rather than being stuck inside the house all day, try to get children out and about. Even if the weather is bad – just wrap up warm and get out there. Children need fresh air to grow and to feel good. If you are all stuck out in the house under each other’s feet, everyone will soon get bored and fed up. Plan a day outside, even if just for a few hours. You can be sure that everyone will feel better for it.

A Little Education

Just because they are not in school doesn’t mean that you can forget education altogether. You can use the school holidays to complement their education. This will mean that they do much better when they do go back. There are loads of educational games you can download onto your laptop and smart phones so get some of these for you to all play. Not only will they keep your children entertained but they can teach them new skills too.

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Getting Crafty

It is also a good idea to try and keep them busy with new ideas too. Try to look up things that you can make together. Children love getting crafty especially if they get something useful at the end of it. So you can perhaps cook dinner together or make Christmas presents for the family. There are loads of crafty projects suitable for young children so look these up online, and you’ll find plenty to keep everyone happy.

Have Fun

Remember though that this is the school holidays and therefore it is their chance to wind down. It is important to keep them busy and happy, but they need time to rest and relax too. Plan games that will keep them happy just for the sake of playing. You can also plan DVD days and fun sleepovers.

You can even download some games onto your laptop for them to play with. There are a whole host of games that you can be downloaded. This is great because it means that when they get bored you can simply delete it and put a new one on for them. So whether they’re looking for different racing games, roleplay games, puzzle solving or anything else you can be confident that they will be something for them. Just make sure you supervise their play and that you do them downloading and not them.

Day Trips

One thing that worries parents is the cost of activities during the holidays. However don’t assume that all you need to worry about is expensive trips out and spending lots of money. If you look up local museums and other attractions you’ll find that many of these cost less than you think and some are even free! You can easily plan an affordable day out around these, especially if you are organised and take packed lunches with you.

Keeping a Schedule

One thing that children relish from when it comes to school is the schedule that they keep while they are there. There is nothing wrong with a few late nights during the holidays but it is important to keep these as a treat. If you let children stay up too late every single night, then you’ll find it much harder to get them back into a decent sleep schedule when school starts up again. Not only that but if your child gets tired then, they are far more likely to get grouchy and bored during the day. The last thing you want is for them to spend their school holidays in a bad mood.

Burning Off Energy

Children get bored because they have energy to burn and no way to burn it. Give them something to do every day that is going to help them burn off their energy. This could be something as simple as an hour at the park or taking them swimming at the local leisure centre. It could also be a day out somewhere with loads of walking. Anything that gets them moving and burning energy is a definite bonus.

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Keeping Things Varied

If you can come up with an activity that your children like then great, however you do have to make sure that you keep things varied. If you keep repeating the same activity over and over again then they’ll become quickly bored, and that is no good for anyone. Rather than let this happen, just try to keep things as interesting and varied as possible.

The school holidays are a great way to spend time as a family. Plan out your days in advance and speak to your children about the things they would most like to do. That way you all have fun and spend some valuable time together.

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Make The Most Of Your Home With These Domestic Improvements

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I often get overwhelmed when I survey my home and notice all the things that need to be repaired and areas that could do with improvement. It is easy to become stressed out by this, especially if, like me, you don’t have the disposable income or time to sort them all out.

During one of my home improvement induced panic episodes, I turned to the internet for help. I was pleasantly surprised to find that I am in no way alone in this situation. In fact, there is a wealth of advice and “how to” guides addressed to people who want to make easy, quick and affordable improvements to their property.

After studying articles on home improvement at exploded home, as well as other blogs and websites, I dedicated the last two weekends to revamping my interiors. I am pleased to say that it has really worked; my home looks and feels completely transformed. With minimal effort, I have developed such a feeling of pride and comfort in my home. I feel compelled to help others achieve the same. So, here are my tips on how to make the most of your home with just a few easy domestic improvements.

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  1. Paint your way to a finer home

During your home improvement activities, paint will fast become your best friend. It is amazing the difference a fresh coat can make in brightening and enhancing your walls and furniture.

Over time, the interior walls of your home become dull and blemished due to general wear and tear. This can come in the form of chips, holes, dirt and scratches. If you are a parent, you may even notice the occasional grubby hand print or crayon mark.

To start, I went around my home and used post-it notes to mark the areas that needed a touch-up of paint. I used a mild household cleaner and warm water to remove any surface dirt. I was then left with the blemishes that required a lick of paint. Luckily, I had an assortment of paint tins stored from previous DIY jobs and so I didn’t need to spend any money on this domestic improvement.

If you don’t have any leftover paint, I would recommend picking up a few tester-sized tins. These will provide more than enough paint for touch-up work and only cost a couple of dollars per sample. How long this task will take depends on how scuffed your walls are. However, it shouldn’t take any more than a couple of hours. When touching up walls, make sure you are using the same color and that you apply the paint in the same way and direction as the rest of the wall.

However, if you think your home would benefit from a more extensive paint job then you’ll need to purchase a full-sized tin of paint. DIY store own brands are usually the most economical option. Any paint that you don’t use will come in handy when you need to cover up any marks in the future. There is an abundance of information available online on how to paint your walls quickly and easily.

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2. Revitalise your tired furniture

There is always something you can do to fix and refresh your worn out furniture.

Gently use a baby wipe or microfiber cloth with a little vinegar to remove stains from your upholstery. After spot cleaning, your upholstery may benefit from an overall clean and rinse. Most sofa cushion covers can be removed and machine washed, but do check the cleaning instructions before doing this. Alternatively, mix a little mild laundry detergent with some warm water and apply all over the furniture using a cloth.

Any loose threads can be snipped or sewn back into the material. Holes or rips in upholstery can be fixed easily using a needle and thread, fabric glue or they can be patched up with spare material.

Surface scratches on wooden furniture can be removed by applying a paste wax to the surface and buffing the area. The wax will fill the scratch mark and the buffing will even out the surface. If the scratch goes deep into the wood, before applying the wax you should use shoe polish or colored pencils, for example, to make the blemish match the surface color of the wood.

As well as cosmetic fixes, you can give your interior a new twist with a few finishing touches to your furniture. Your cabinets may benefit from a fresh coat of paint or varnish and some interesting new handles. And your sofas and chairs will look refreshed when covered with beautiful cushions and throws.

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3. Make your home sparkle

I spent one day doing a proper clean, and I have to say, it was by far the biggest improvement I made. I concentrated on the things I don’t always have time to do like buff the faucets and clean the inside of the windows. Yes, it took the best part of the day to complete, but it was worth it, and I know I won’t have to do it again for a while.

Crystal clear windows will make your home look bright and spacious. You can clean your windows like a proif you are equipped with the right utensils. Instead of using a paper towel and spray, get yourself a squeegee (these products range from $20 to $100, but are well worth the money). With this piece of equipment, I halved the time I would normally spend on the windows. Apply some soapy warm water to your windows using a sponge and simply clean away the water with the squeegee for a spotless, streak-free finish.

During your deep clean, pay some attention to your chrome and stainless steel items. Believe me, this will really make your kitchen and bathroom shine. Once you have given them a good clean, apply some baby oil to your stove top and faucets and buff with a cloth. After you’ve done this, they will be so shiny they will double up as a mirror.

This article has shown you that it is possible to make the most of what you’ve got at home in an easy and affordable way. If you get the chance to try out some of these tips, I hope that you see as big an improvement to your home as I did.


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PackIt Freezable Picnic Bag Review

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PackIt freezable bags work just like a refrigerator on the go, chilling food and drinks up to 10 hours. The secret is the cooler’s freezable gel liner. Once the bag is frozen, its walls generate waves of cold air that chill your food and drinks from all sides.

Here’s how it works:


My family and I like to take a lot of day trips. We usually throw some snacks and drinks into a plastic cooler and fill it with ice and then hit the road. There have been so many times that our food ends up mushy because of the melted water. Ugh!  Nobody wants mushy food. That’s why I was super thankful we found the PackIt Freezable Picnic Bag.



I love that it has enough space to pack for a nice family picnic, and the built-in shoulder strap makes it so easy to carry. All you have to do is store the cooler in your freezer for a 12 hour period and it’s ready to go all day long. Throw in your favorite items and enjoy your day. Super easy!




We have used it several times now and I just love how convenient it is to use.



It has so much room and is able to hold food and drinks for my family of four. We have kept our food cold for hours without any issues. The walls of the cooler have always stayed frozen and cold. I’m so in love with it and I will never go back to my old cooler.

You can purchase PackIt freezable coolers directly from the PackIt website or from places like Amazon.  Check out the PackIt website for more details!


About the company: PackIt makes a variety of coolers that you store in your freezer until you are ready to pack it with whatever you would like. They feature a patented eco-gel liner which eliminates the need for ice cubes or gel packs. All coolers are FREE of lead, PVC and BPA, as well as non-toxic, earth safe, and reusable. It keeps food cool up to 10 hours making you able to take healthy meals on the go. They offer fashion-forward, trendy designs.

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Juice in The Box Review

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I am so excited that I finally found a waste-free, environment friendly reusable juice box: JUICE IN THE BOX! And they come in such bright colors! Juice in the Box generously sent a couple of containers to test out. Aren’t they cute?

We immediately loved how well made they are.  Juice in the Box is available in 5 bright and fun colors- something for everyone.  My girls love juice, but I hate the thought of throwing away so much waste when they are done.  Now I can pack their lunches and know exactly what they are drinking.  They bring it home, I wash it out and get it ready for the next day.  They are super easy to clean also.  Plus I can control what juices we put in there so I can give them 100% juice instead of drink mixes, etc. that aren’t healthy.

I love how well they work for after school events and activities. Just fill them up and go. Without any leakage… SCORE! Oh, and don’t forget about car trips! No more stopping at a quick gas station to grab drinks on the go. Just fill up a Juice in the Box and you are ready to go!


Juice in the Box containers are a little bit bigger then regular juice boxes,which is perfect since my girls are a little older. The Juice in the Box containers holds up to 8 oz of liquid. That’s a pretty big difference from other juice boxes which hold usually hold around 6.75 oz.

Overall we are in love with our Juice in The Box containers and look forward to using them from years to come!

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