Kleenex Shield. Sneeze. Swish. : just in time for school! ($100 Amazon Giveaway)

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I can’t believe I’m writing this but it’s almost time for Back to School….well, for some of you.  Here in Connecticut we don’t go back until the very end of August, but I know many will be back in school in just a few short weeks!  With back to school comes lots and lots of exposure to germs- and like it or not, no person is exempt from those germs.  Kleenex has started a really fun and “hip” new campaign called Kleenex Shield. Sneeze. Swish.which is a three-step routine that was developed to teach kids how to keep stuff off of their hands so parents can feel confident when they head back-to-school. They’ve even included the beloved holiday-time folks over at Elf Yourself in the campaign!

When it comes time to sneeze, it’s important to have Kleenex brand facial tissues with Sneeze Shield, a proprietary process of coating applied to the tissues that helps keep stuff off of hands and in the tissue. It’s easy for Mom to feel confident that her kids can use Sneeze Shield wherever they go with Kleenex brand’s convenient package shapes and sizes, including:

  • The Slim Pack. It is thin and sleek, so you can always keep a tissue on hand. Their trendy design makes it the perfect accessory for hip tweens and teens, while their convenient size makes it easy to slide them into pockets, back packs and bags.
  • The Car Wedge. It fits perfectly in the car door or glove compartment – no need to lug around a box of tissue or fumble in a purse for a tissue while driving.
  • The Go Pack. Strong, soft and absorbent, Kleenex brand go packs have been there for happy tears and stuffy noses since 1924.

So let’s all learn the Shield. Sneeze. Swish.!

  1. Shield your kids with Kleenex brand’s unique Sneeze Shield tissues
  2. Sneeze when you gotta!
  3. Swish that Kleenex tissue right into the waste basket (two points!)

Visit www.Kleenex.com to become a star in the Kleenex Shield. Sneeze. Swish. video and for helpful tools to teach your kids the Sneeze Shield routine. You can even create a video starring your child from the makers of Elf  Yourself to help them really get into the idea of Shield. Sneeze. Swish.!  Here’s my son starring in his video!
One reader will win a $100 Amazon Gift Card so you can be sure to have enough Kleenex in the house before the kids head back to school!

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About the author: I’m a 30-something mom to three, brand ambassador. content creator, social media maven, blogger extraordinaire, earth lover, butcher, baker, candlestick maker (or something along those lines) – love word games, crafting, cake decorating or shooting pictures.

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  • entered huggies giveaway

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  • Make sure they are prepared and confident!

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  • Get the kids back into a routine a week early to make it easier

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  • Shop the sales – get the best good deals on back to school items like paper, pencils, etc.

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  • Target Clearance (last year) for this year!

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  • My tip would be to visit the school with the kids and get to know the layout (and possibly even meet the teachers) a few weeks before so everyone comfortable before the first day arrives.

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  • Stock up on supplies early, especially textbooks!

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  • Start a week early on an early to bed routine

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  • Make sure the kids get plenty of sleep!

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  • Breakfast! If you’re not in the habit, buy a blender and stock your freezer with fruit. Put a tub of plain or vanilla yogurt in the fridge. Have frozen juice concentrates on hand. Leave the blender on the counter – it’s worth it! At 12 and 13, my kids can toss blueberries, cucumber, yogurt and ice in the blender and be out the door fast. My daughter, a runner, has taken to adding a raw (pastureized and washed) egg to hers for the added protein. Using fruits and veggies helps reduce the sugar, as compared to all-fruit smoothies. The addition of yogurt fills tummies and gives the protein needed to last till lunch. Peanut butter is another great addition. Mix and match, cutting full-fat yogurt if you’re using peanut butter, and avoiding sugar traps. Sprinkle granola on top to eat when the smoothie is gone – oh yum! Fast and Easy isn’t an insult when it comes to getting my kids out the door on time and well-nourished for their day!

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  • Get them back on their school sleep schedule a couple weeks in advance!

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  • start your school night routine early so it’s not as hard once school starts.

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  • Don’t forget to look at thrift stores for school supplies.

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  • Make sure your child has all they need before starting school.

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  • Make sure your child has lots of hand santizer!

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  • Go to school orientation and introduce yourself to your child’s teachers, always being polite and showing an interest in your child’s education. This can open up for a more positive relationship between the teacher and your child.

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  • shop early to beat the crowds and get better deals.

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  • My best tip is to start getting into the routine (early mornings up, packing a lunch, etc) about a week early.

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  • My best tip for back to school is to slowly establish a routine prior to the start of school so that the first week isn’t a foreign experience.

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  • shop school stuff on clearance

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  • buy lots of items when they are on sale and store them so you don’t need to buy them right before school at a premium

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  • Get your supplies when free or cheap. Especially hand sanitizer!

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  • Shop in tax free weekend.

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  • Get into school mode early!

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  • I entered the huggies giveaway.

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  • I entered the $100 Amazon Giveaway – http://mamalovesherbargains.com/2012/07/100-amazon-giveaway/

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  • Get your kids on a school sleep schedule at least a few days before school starts is my best back to school tip.

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  • Start to get into a routine at least a week before school starts

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  • Get the kids back into a sleep routine a few days before school starts.

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  • Plan ahead and stock up at the sales. Paper and pens don’t have expiration dates to worry about!

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  • Watch for sales

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  • use coupons and match them with sales, go to multiple stores to get teh best deals at each store

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  • entered Sullivan Centre

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  • Purchase school clothes on clearance racks throughout the year for the coming school year.

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  • We have a “dress rehearsal” the night before!
    Thank you.

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  • We buy my teenage son’s clothes on Clearance at Hollister and Abercrombie during the summer while the clothes are redline reduced and the selection is still good.

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  • Shop all the back to school sales early.

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  • my best tip is with saving for back to school items buy when they go on sale and save them for the following year

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  • My tips for back to school are:
    1. shop office supply ad’s and buy a few supplies each week before school starts.(instead of buying everything all at once)
    2. buy must have items like shoes now, but wait till after school starts to buy jackets etc.
    3. shop for clearance school items after school starts. I.e. buy extra pencils, paper and pens or other items that you know you are going to need to replace in the middle of the school year.

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  • my best tip is always shop for school supplies after they get marked down from last year. so when school starts again ,you will already be stocked up.

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  • I recommend shopping lots of different stores for back-to-school sales, because each may have big discounts on different things!

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  • My tip is to save money during the summer because going back to school costs a fortune!

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