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Tips for Attending a RISE Weekend Conference

RISE x Fort Myers is a 3-day personal growth women’s conference created and led by author, mom and digital mogul Rachel Hollis (Girl, Stop Apologizing, Girl, Wash Your Face) a.k.a the Oprah of our time.

RISE Weekend is an event where women from every walk of life can come together to be inspired, supported and enveloped in a community. I attended RISE x Ft. Myers at Hertz Arena, but there are upcoming events in Toronto, San Diego and London too.

Tips for Attending a RISE x Weekend Conference: Toronto, San Diego, London, Fort Myers, Dallas

Bring an Empty Water Bottle 

Thankfully Sis got you covered with water stations galore to refill your water bottles and keep you hydrated during the 3-day conference. Oh, and the funny decals that read, "Drink the Stupid Water!" are priceless, lol. So, fill up! I'm terrible about drinking my daily H20 so this was appreciated and it didn't cost extra either.

Dress for Yourself ... and for the Instagram Photo Opps 

I know Rachel says you should dress for you, not her or others, but there are dozens of uber fun photo stations and backdrops throughout the conference, inside and out and I'm glad I didn't look like a scrub in all my pics. I went with a lightweight cotton Women's Petite 3Q Sleeve Knit Scoop Neck Popover Dress from Lands End, which incidentally got me a compliment card and other queens asking where I got it. Score!

Pack Tissues

I don't know about you, but seeing someone cry or when I hear their voice crack, causes me to tear up. Plus, the inspiring and sometimes sad stories and poignant moment will make even the least sensitive person cry. Thus, the one tissue that I had stuffed in my pocket, practically incinerated by our lunch break. Day 2 though I was better prepared.

Check the Bag Policy 

The Fort Myers Hertz Arena has a strict clear bag policy and I'm glad I knew that going in. However, some girls didn't. Fortunately, the RISE swag bags at check-in were clear for this reason. The RISE website had this information ahead of time listed, so be sure and double-check for your RISE Weekend's venue.

Pack These 3 Things 

Blogger, Elaine at suggests you bring the following three items to the conference each day:

1. A pen (I color coordinated based on different speakers)
2. A light jacket: many conferences are in arenas that have ice under the floor. It gets chilly. They also like to blast the AC.
3. Your lanyard: this seems silly, but it is literally your only way into the conference once you have registered. Please don’t accidentally leave it at the hotel or home.

You better move, you better dance 

Be prepared to dance, jump and scream. I like to dance, but not when forced or maybe not on cue, however, for once I didn't mind dancing and raising my hand up at a conference thanks to the fun music and overall energy of the room. However, I wish I was better prepared for that, lol. Hopefully, now you will be!

Go to the Shop Early

The first morning there was a line out the door to get into the pop-up shop. So, I went during the wrap-up of the first session, just before everyone was fleeing to the bathrooms and got there before the crowd. I had time to browse and scope out what I was going to get, however, I made the mistake of being wishy-washy and not buying the stickers and the water bottle I wanted. By the time, I went during the next break all the fun stickers and the yellow water bottle were sold out. Thus, go before a break and if you see something, buy it!

Be Ready On Time

If you want to see the start of the conference, don’t believe the rumor that they will not start on time!

"I did and I missed out on the first warm-up and Rachel coming out on stage for the first time and I was so bummed! Although they do start the days on time, know that Rachel tends to go over on time at the end of the day, so book your flight to go home as late as possible if you have to leave after the conference." -- Talia @takeoffwithtal 

Pre-Register the Night Before 

RISE x Ft. Myers offered a two-hour pre-registration the night before the conference began. I'm so glad I went then. Yes, the lines were still long, but the following day I already had my badge, had studied the agenda and was able to just walk in carefree.

Look Down & Around

There are signs everywhere, even under your feet, so look down and catch some sayings of inspiration or just general cuteness. There are even motivational stickers in the bathroom.

More Tips for Attending RISE Weekend 

My friend Eat Drink and Save Money shares her tips and the reasons why it's worth going to RISE. 

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Packing tips for winter travel

Winter is here. It is that time of year when campers and trekkers begin to pack their bags for an exciting vacation. Christmas is around the corner and campers are planning to spend some time in the winter wonderland.

Packing for your winter escapade is a real task. There’s a lot that you need to do before hitting the outdoors. At times, the packing exercise is bound to leave you overwhelmed and tired. Packing for your winter trip requires a considerable amount of patience. If you are packing your bags on your own for the first time, do keep these things in mind.

1. Make a Checklist 

Yes, this step will come in handy. It is always a good idea to make a comprehensive list containing all of the things that you will be needing. Also, if you are planning to hit the woods (for a camping trip, then do take your Under Armour Tactical Boots along.  These boots are known for their excellent grip and unmatched comfort.

Moving on, make sure the list contains everything you need. Do carry warm clothes along if the mercury is expected to plunge in the days to come. Seek help from some of your friends who travel frequently. Creating a checklist will help you keep track of what is required and what is not.  Keep everything that’s necessary and leave everything else behind. Even if you are planning to travel for a month or so, do not carry too many clothes. You can always wash your clothes and wear them again and again.

2. Packing layers 

If you are planning to hit the slopes, then it certainly isn’t a good idea to carry bulky coats along. You can pack thinner layers in order to save space. In this way, you will not be required to carry bulky stuff along. Also, make sure the layers you carry can be mixed and matched. Instead of carrying long and bulky overcoats, you can carry a few thermals, some turtlenecks made of wool, shirts and tunics.

3. Wear your Heaviest Pieces on the Plane 

This is a really good idea. Wear your long overcoat and heavy stuff while you are boarding the plane. This will help you save space. You can have a few thin layers beneath the coat if you like. Also, do not carry too many heavy clothes. Carrying them over long distances is going to be a daunting task.

4. Use Light Travel Bags 

Carrying too many heavy bags along can be quite painful. Your arms are bound to ache if you carry heavy luggage. Also, it is not a good idea to carry a bag that’s too heavy. Carry bags that are smaller in size but can accommodate a considerable number of items.

5. Do carry toiletries and grooming essentials 

Do not forget to carry toiletries and some of your grooming essentials. Leave your fancy perfumes and high-heels at home for these won’t be of much use. Do not forget to carry your toothbrush, soaps and combs (a couple of them). These things won’t occupy much space and can be stored with ease. Also, you need to make sure that all of these things have a designated storage space during the course of the trip. 

Final words 

Packing light will go a long way in ensuring a great trip. Nobody likes to spend a considerable amount of time in organizing their backpacks. As a traveler, you need to master the art of packing stuff. It is something that will help you immensely in the long run. We hope these packing tips will help you during your travels.

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Perdue Farms New Family Bundles

I'm so excited to have tried one of the first Perdue Farms direct-to-consumer boxes!

For 100 years, the company has worked with small family farmers to raise animals with care. I was so glad to learn this along with the fact that Perdue Farms is passionate about farming, land preservation and healthy and nutritious food.

This new delivery program is their latest step to provide their Antibiotic Free (No Antibiotics Ever), Non-GMO, Ever, Certified Humane, GAP & more products to families across the U.S.

Raised with Care Perdue Farms Family Bundle Review - No Antibiotics - @PerdueFarms #PerdueFarmsFarmtoHome

What's in the Family Bundle?

This particular box is the “Family Bundle (Medium),” which is now available for purchase online for the first time. It is priced at $64.99, which is a 17% bundle discount vs. purchasing all products individually. All items in this pack are meant to feed and please the entire family no matter what the meal occasion!

This bundle includes:
  • COLEMAN NATURAL® Uncured Hickory Smoked Bacon
  • PERDUE ® Panko Breaded Dino Nuggets
  • PERDUE ® Harvestland ® Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast Tenderloins, Individually Wrapped
  • Niman Ranch Uncured Bacon Wrapped With Rosemary Pork Chop
  • Niman Ranch Uncured Pork Breakfast Sausage

Besides traditional boneless chicken tenderloins, which you can do so much with (see recipe below), I especially liked that there were also items that expanded my typical family meal choices. For example, I simply had to bake the yummy bacon-wrapped rosemary pork chops, add a side, and I looked like a gourmet cook ;)

Meanwhile, the Panko Breaded Dino Nuggets were, of course, an easy meal to whip up much to the delight of my kiddos.

Also, I hadn't realized all the other brands that are within Perdue Farms and was glad to discover them.

Special Promo: Get 10% Off + free Perdue Harvestland Diced Chicken Breasts on first order with code Welcome10. Customers also receive free shipping on orders over $119.

A Better For You Chicken, Raised with Care

You can also feel good to know that Perdue Harvestland chicken is hatched, raised and harvested from farms in the USA and fed an all-vegetarian diet with no animal by-products. No hormones or steroids added, no antibiotics ever.

Niman Ranch is also certified humane.

Sustainable Actions

You can feel extra good about this delivery program, knowing that Perdue Farms’ is taking the following steps to lessen their carbon footprint and protect our ecosystem: 

For every bundle shipped, a donation is made to the Arbor Day Foundation, which is working to replant damaged areas of our nation’s forests. This donation will help reduce the carbon footprint required to ship our products to you. 

Shipping boxes designed with sustainability in mind. Every box is made out of 100 percent recyclable cardboard and insulated with Green Cell Foam®. Green Cell Foam® is eco-friendly packaging and is biodegradable, compostable, and made from high-grade non-GMO cornstarch that is dissolvable in water. 

You’ll receive a reusable and recyclable grocery bag with every purchase. You can use the bag next time you go to the store to avoid using paper or plastic. 

A pollinator seed packet is also included in every box.  Food can't be produced without bees and butterflies, which help to make one out of every three bites of food we eat. Plant the seeds to create a robust pollinator habitat near your home! How cool is that? 

Read more about their Sustainability Initiative

Slow Cooker Chicken Tortillas

Three Ingredients:

  • 2 to 3 PERDUE ® Harvestland ® Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast Tenderloins
  • 24 oz jar of salsa (if using 2 breasts, you can save a quarter of the salsa for something else)
  • 1 packet of taco seasoning mix


Add chicken breasts to the pot. Cover chicken with seasoning mix (front and back). Pour salsa over the cutlets until it's smothered and all you see is salsa. Cover and cook on low for 8 hours. Once ready, pull apart the meat with two forks into shredded chicken strips and serve burrito style, wrapped in tortillas with a side dish of beans, rice or green beans.

Tip: I cut the cleanup time in half too, by using slow cooker liners, which protects the pot from hard stains and can you simply throw it away after.

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Perdue Farms' but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
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A Real Holiday Gift Guide for Her

a.k.a gifts I'd actually want for Christmas 

Personally, I wouldn't be mad at any of these gifts under my tree!

Real Holiday Gift Guide for Her - #Gifts She'll Actually Want for Christmas #ChristmasGifts

One Funny Mother "Chardonnay Go" Party Game ($29.99)

Wine and party games?! Yass! This gift keeps on giving as it's fun for her and her girlfriends. Chardonnay Go is a hilarious new board game for Wine Lovers, Moms and Other Shameless People based on the viral sensation, "Chardonnay Go." Be the first to reach the elusive tasting room while participating in hilarious challenges and reciting complete nonsense. The perfect combination of the classic board game and dirty charades. While wine is not included it contains 140 Challenge Cards, 6 player barrels, and a Wine B*tch Necklace. LOL, it's so much fun.

GLOSSYBOX Advent 2019 Box ($99)

Why give one gift when you can give 25? I love advent boxes, however, this calendar doesn’t have cheap waxy chocolate. Each day, she can open a new beauty item surprise. Day xx I received a bottle of VIKTOR & ROLF Flowerbomb perfume, which retails for over $50 and other high-end brands like Armani are included. It's a $500 value box for $99.

Or enroll your girlfriend, mom, friend in the Glossybox subscription service and give the gift that keeps on giving. This is the perfect gift to all beauty lovers, delivering a monthly edit of 5 must-have beauty products every month. Perfectly packaged in their signature pink rose-colored box, the expert team at GLOSSYBOX curates every beauty box, vetting each brand to the highest quality standards and ensuring every product selection is the must-have beauty product.

You can also gift a credit of 3, 6 or 12 months. A voucher will then be sent to your giftee to redeem and order their Glossybox subscription, which will keep on delivering past the holidays. Double brownie points!

INSTAX mini Link ($99.95) 

Confession: After year one, I don't have any printed photos of my boys outside of their school photos and our annual holiday cards. 

That's where Fujifilm can help. Unleash the memories locked away in your smartphone with INSTAX mini Link. Simply connect the mini instax printer seamlessly over Bluetooth to create fun prints to keep and share with family and friends. Use it at your next game night, holiday, you name it.

INSTAX mini Link printer

Touchscreen Gloves from Europe $22

Other touchscreen gloves are often restricted to functionality in one or two fingertips. In contrast, Mujjo’s touchscreen gloves offer an unrestricted touchscreen experience and enable you to use all your fingertips, your knuckles and even the heel or palm of your hand. This winter, no need to pull off your glove and lose it just so you can like an Instagram post ;) The knit is luxurious to the touch and fashionable too. Mujjo’s touchscreen gloves are made of high-quality silver-coated nylon fibers knitted into the fabric of the glove. Available in 5 different colors from black, beige sandstone, grey, coral pink and lavender. You can also choose from several sizes using their easy guide to find the right fit. Although it comes from the EU they ship worldwide and you can order online. 

Mine to Five - Holiday Romance Novel  $8.99

’Tis the season for an office romance! Indulge in a warm cup of Mine to Five for some delicious sips of romantic comfort with a sprinkle of holiday spice and a dash of humor. Mine to Five is an award-winning, feel-good office romance with a dash of humor and spice to put you in the holiday spirit. If she's a fan of Hallmark Channel Christmas movies, then this read is for her.

Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer & Volumizer Hot Air Brush $37-$59

I had tried heated flat iron brushes before, but this is different, this actually is a blow dryer in a brush. It blows out hot air while drying and styling your hair. I LOVE IT!!! I bought the Revlon version on Amazon, but you can also get it at ULTA too.

Boot Socks - $19.99

Fashionable, warm and trendy! These fleece-lined knee-high winter socks are great for the holidays and all winter long. They come in four colorways: red, blue, grey, white.

Dry Nail Polish - $13 

This has been a game-changer! I never wore color on my nails because I'd chip them, it's expensive, I couldn't apply myself and so on. Now, with dry nail polish strips from Color Street, I can do my nails in minutes, no smudges, no chipping, no tools needed and I get to look feminine and festive. 

There are holiday colors perfect for stocking stuffers, solids, glitters and trendy designs great for all year round too. Also, it's buy 3 get 1 free, just add 4 sets to your cart and the price will automatically be deducted. 

Noxgear Visibility Vest  $49.95

Noxgear is helping runners and bikers find the light, literally, with their Tracer360 - a brightly lit, color-changing safety vest, allowing you to stay highly visible to cars on the road up to a mile in any direction. This illuminated, reflective & fluorescent vest fits over any outfit and can be used in all weather types. Personally, I like to go walk around my community at night, but it's pretty dark and I worry about drivers not paying attention, so this would be perfect.

More holiday gift ideas for her:

Pampering Holiday Gift Guide for Her - affordable ideas and stocking stuffers under $30
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Five Common Energy Wasting Mistakes You May Be Making

Most of us use a lot of energy around our homes every single day without even paying that much attention to it. Some things just come naturally these days and require very little thought, like switching a light on in a room, charging electronic gadgets, or switching on the TV. According to the Department of Energy, the average U.S. household spends around $2,200 per year on energy bills alone. 

But whether you’re hoping to reduce your carbon footprint, the figures on your energy bills, or both, the good news is that there are steps that you can take in order to reduce your energy usage overall. And, what’s better is that proactive energy conservation doesn’t mean sitting in the dark and giving up your laptop. There are many steps that you can take to save energy that will barely make a difference to your everyday consumption habits or experiences. But first of all, it’s important to know where all that energy is being wasted. Here are some of the biggest energy-wasting habits that people have today, and what you can do about them.

Five Energy Wasting Mistakes You May Be Making

#1. Leaving Lights On:

Leaving the lights on around the home is one of the most obvious energy-wasting habits, but the good news is that it’s also one of the most easily fixable. Simply making a habit of turning off the light whenever you leave a room or your home can help you significantly reduce your energy usage and you’ll keep your light bulbs lasting for as long as possible, too. If you think that you might forget, it may be worth investing in a smart home monitoring system that will switch the lights off automatically after the room has been empty for a while, or putting your lights on a timer that’s set to switch off at certain times, for example when you leave for work in the morning or when you’re going to bed at night.

In addition, if you’re using incandescent light bulbs, then you may also be using up more energy than you realize. Simply making the switch over to energy-saving lightbulbs can make a massive difference to the amount that you spend on energy, without compromising on the light quality in your home. Energy Star certified light bulbs use on average 25-80% less energy than incandescent bulbs and last up to 25 times as long, saving households an average of $75 each year.

#2. Skipping Maintenance:

There are many systems and appliances around your home that could be using more energy than you realize simply because they’ve not been maintained in a while. For example, a heating system that needs cleaning or needs some minor repairs done to it may still work fine but is actually using more energy than it should. Check out Semper Solaris for heating and air conditioning repair; even minor issues with your HVAC systems can drain energy from your home. Regular HVAC maintenance is also essential; get a professional from a company like Semper Solaris to look over your HVAC systems at least once per year, or as many times as the manufacturer recommends. And finally, if your home’s heating and cooling systems are getting old, they may be using a lot more energy compared to a newer model. Check out the best heating and cooling units for energy efficiency and consider upgrading to them in your home.

#3. Leaving Electronics Plugged In:

Many appliances and electronics will continue to use energy even when they are not in use if they are still plugged into the mains. While appliances such as your fridge and freezer may need to be plugged in all the time to keep the food inside fresh, there are several other electronics and items around your home that don’t need this constant source of power. For example, you may think that you have switched your TV off, but it’s actually in standby, with a small trickle of power supplied to it waiting for you to switch it back on again with the remote – without this power supply, your remote wouldn’t work. Unplugging all electronics, when they are not in use, can make a difference to your overall energy use, but if you don’t have the time to go around plugging and unplugging your electronics every day, it might be worth investing in a smart power strip, which will cut the supply off when the electronic is not being used.

#4. Water Waste:

There are several different ways that your household could be wasting water without even realizing it. One of the biggest culprits is running the dishwasher when it’s only half full – while you might just want to get your dirty dishes out of the way, running your dishwasher daily when it’s not completely full can add up to around $66 yearly. You can cut this cost down by only running the dishwasher when it’s completely full; if you need some clean dishes beforehand, it’s cheaper to just wash the ones that you need in the sink. And if you don’t like dishes piling up on the side, then load the dishwasher bit by bit – but don’t turn it on every time you put new dishes in unless there’s no room left for anymore.

Another way in which you could be wasting water without realizing it when showering. In fact, did you know that showering for a mere two minutes less will save a massive ten gallons of water? Everybody enjoys a long, hot shower, but doing so could be one of the main ways you’re wasting energy on hot water in your home. If you don’t want to give up your shower time, you might want to consider investing in an energy-efficient shower head that will use less water without compromising on water pressure.

Finally, washing your clothes in hot water is unnecessary and can lead to energy waste. Around 90% of the energy spent by your washing machine is spent heating water, which doesn’t really make sense as most loads will be fine washed in cool or warm water. Unless you really need to do a boil wash, such as if you’re trying to remove oil or grease, stick to low temperatures – it’s often better for your clothes and it costs much less.

#5. Getting the Thermostat Temperature Wrong:

In many households, water temperatures are set far too high and nobody even realizes. This is because the majority of water heaters are set at 140 degrees by default, and most people don’t even think about changing this. But, the Department of Energy recommends setting your thermostat at 120 degrees for optimum energy efficiency, so it’s worth bringing it down a touch – and chances are you won’t even notice the difference. And for every 10 degrees you lower the thermostat, you can cut your energy bills by 3-5%.

Another mistake that you might be making when it comes to your thermostat is not programming it. Since heating and cooling consumes almost half of a home’s total energy, programming your thermostat means that you can cut down on unnecessarily heating and cooling the home when you’re not there. Or, you might want to invest in a smart home system which allows you to control the heating and cooling from your smartphone, even when you’re not at home.

Have YOU been making any of these energy-wasting mistakes?

Bonus: Don't Recycle That!

Did you know that coffee cups can’t be recycled because they contain plastic? You also can't recycle plastic straws. This guide breaks down the 7 types of plastic that can be put in your blue bins. 

6 Waste Contributing Items Every Household Must Get Rid Of Immediately

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6 Waste Contributing Items Every Household Must Get Rid of Immediately

My family has become increasingly aware of the amount of waste we produce. With the ever-increasing amount of plastic and other non-biodegradable trash being created, it’s important that every household do their part to try and eliminate unnecessary waste whenever possible. From reducing the amount of plastic bags we use to switching to eco-friendly cleaning solutions, there are many small but powerful ways we all can do our part to reduce waste.

It's especially important to teach kids -- future generations-- about how they can recycle, not use plastic straws, etc. I purchased the following children's book What a Waste: Trash, Recycling, and Protecting our Planet, to donate to the Sandals Foundation, but it also really engaged my boys as well.

If you are committed to making a difference, here is an easy solution, take a look at this list of 6 waste contributing items that you can get rid of to help reduce your overall carbon footprint.

6 Waste Contributing Items Every Household Must Get Rid of Immediately

Avoid Plastic

Did you know plastic can take up to 1000 years to break down? There are numerous ways a family can reduce the amount of plastic they buy and ultimately ends up in landfills. This is where keeping reusable bags in your car or trunk comes in handy. If you don’t have a lot of items to carry, don’t be afraid to tell the cashier that you don’t want a bag.

Unfortunately, a lot of food items are currently wrapped in plastic. This is one of the biggest contributors to landfill waste. Some supermarkets and grocery stores now offer different items in “pour your own” systems that allow you to bring your own reusable storage containers. This is an excellent way to eliminate plastic from your daily life. I hope more stores will continue to do this.

Instead of plastic wrap or foil at home, we use reusable beeswax food wraps, Silicone Baking Mat Sheets and Pyrex glass food storage containers with lids. Both come in such cute designs too.

Energy Efficient Appliances 

This is likely the most expensive upgrade for a family, but investing in energy-efficient appliances and tech in your home will not only reduce energy waste but will also save you money in the long term. Appliances like refrigerators, dishwashers and even TVs are becoming more and more energy-efficient. Check for appliances that have the best energy star ratings, or are especially good at doing more with less water. If you want to upgrade your home and add value to your property make the switch and help the environment as well.

Homemade Cleaning Solutions

Keeping your home clean is essential to maintain a healthy environment. But if you use chemical products to get rid of debris and stains, it’s time you should reconsider this practice. Chemical products may help you clean the surfaces, but they’re extremely harmful to your health. They affect the indoor air quality as well as lead to various health issues.

You should rather opt for natural cleaning solutions that are safe for the environment. It doesn’t need much effort to prepare a non-toxic cleaning solution on your own. Here are some recipes to make effective natural cleaning solutions with vinegar, lemon and other natural materials.

Reusable Bottles 

A plastic water bottle takes up to 450 years to break down, so carrying around a reusable bottle is one of the single biggest ways your family can help reduce waste. Reusable bottles come in a variety of different colors and styles, and can often help keep your drink either cool or warm. If you’re new to the “low-waste lifestyle”, religiously using a refillable bottle is one of the best places to start on your journey to greener living.

We even take empty water bottles to fill with us on flights, road trips and going to Disney World, etc.

Second-Hand Shopping 

Buying your clothes and electronics second hand is always better than buying those items brand new. You may already be practicing this if you have children and are passing down clothing to younger siblings, but try to do this for yourself as well. The fast fashion industry is one of the most destructive industries to our planet. The next time you need a new raincoat or want a new party dress, check out your local charity or thrift stores to grab a bargain and help save money and the environment.

Meal Planning

This is actually the hardest step for me, lol. Food waste is another massive problem we’re facing. There is enough food in the world to feed everyone, yet 1 in 9 people go to bed hungry every night. At the same time, 1/3 of all the food we produce goes to waste. Approx.1.3 billion tons get lost or is wasted.

Taking the time to put together a meal plan for the week can help reduce that number and keep your wallet fuller for longer. If you have leftovers, save them and pack it for you or your kids’ lunch the next day. If food is about to go, freeze it and cook it later. Try to set your household a challenge to use up everything in the fridge or freezer before buying anything new. I do this every year during hurricane season, just in case we lose power and avoid wasting all my freezer items like I did during Irma. Our food shouldn’t be ending up in the trash, and if it is, a little bit of planning and organization can solve that. Learn more ways to #StoptheWaste.

Save leftovers with the following reusable solutions:


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