It’s almost that time of year again: back-to-school. Between clothes, school supplies, picking classes and looking up bus/subway schedules – who has time to plan for lunches everyday too?
The key to survival is organization – and we’ve got your covered!
You’re going to need the following items, so stock up (and order from us easily at www.myshopwise.com!)
– sandwich bags
– snack bags
– a new lunchbox? paper bags?
– or some inexpensive Glad or Rubbermaid containers if you don’t use disposable bags
Stock up on Food!
– Juice Boxes
– Cheese sticks
– peanut butter and jelly
– sandwich buns and/or bread
– carrots and celery sticks
– easy to eat fruit like apples, oranges and bananas
Designate a Lunch Box Area
Whether it’s a drawer, shelf in the pantry or just a basket on the counter, try to keep as many items hosted together as possible so you can easily throw them together in a hurry!
The lemon. Who knew it was so multi-purposeful? We thought it was fun when we learned you could make a homemade body scrub – but this infographic shows that you should order about 10 lemons to be delivered right now!! Big props to the website, http://www.rawforbeauty.com, for finding all these awesome ideas and combinding them into one amazing photo. Kudos, you just made our day – and I bet, our readers’ as well!
Sunkist is awesome. They are all over social media with colorful and bright recipes, and ideas – taking citrus outside the box!
And that got us thinking – it’s not ALL ABOUT THE FOOD!
So when we saw their Pin of the Week – “When Life Gives you Lemons – Make Salt Scrub!” We thought – that’s a brilliant idea!!! We always have fresh lemons, sea salt and oil in stock at http://www.myshopwise.com – (and that’s all you need! viola!) so why not make a sweet and citrus-y homemade recipe to give your face and/or feet a nice scrub a dub dub for the beach! Trust me, if we could play hookey today we would be out there getting a little ‘sunkist’ tank for ourselves!
So here is their awesome pin of the week:
What you will need:
5 tablespoons sea salt
1 tablespoon olive oil
First mix the olive oil and sea salt together. Once the salt gets coated by the oil, the lemon won’t dissolve it! Next cut the lemon in half and squeeze over the salt + oil. Mix and mash. (Feel free to adjust the recipe to your liking.) Then scrub away!!