Thursday, September 2, 2010

Things I Love Thursday - EasyLunchBoxes!

I am one of those sorry little people that walk around all the time saying, "I never win anything." But that never stops me from entering a good giveaway - and I was lucky enough to win the giveaway for Easy Lunch Boxes hosted by My Life As A Domestic Nerd (check out her site for really great recipes, like this Peanut Butter Chocolate Cake...need I say more?!)

At first, I thought I won a set of four containers, which I was thrilled with. But then yesterday I received the awesome box from the UPS man, opened it up and was even more thrilled to find out the giveaway also included a terrific insulated cooler tote! Let me tell you, these lunch kits are not the kind of plastic lunch containers made by your favorite storage bag company that you find next to the sandwich bags and trash bags at your local store. The Easy Lunch Boxes are super-sturdy and extremely well made; these things are going to last for a LONG time! My daugther, who starts preschool next week, was excited to help me wash them up and get them ready for her lunches next week. She will get to pick which color lid she wants each day, as well. Check out the website for cute, fun and different lunch ideas - this will help me get out of my PB&J rut!

I love these lunch kits! And from someone who previously "never wins anything" this giveaway really takes the cake! Thank you A Domestic Nerd and!

This post is linked to Things I Love Thursdays at Diaper Diaries.


  1. Great win! Congratulations; those sound really cool!

  2. I never win anything either, but I keep entering. you all that host contests will get tired of seeing me lol and Ill win eventually. lol

  3. I am so glad you like these! We use them all the time! Even my hubby packs his lunch in one. Thanks for the shout-out :)

  4. Holly! Thanks for the wonderful post! I love giving away stuff. Look how much I get back. You really made my day. Thank you!- Kelly

  5. Funny, I just bought a set of the easy lunch boxes for the new school year and I agree, they're totally great. I put meat in one square, ketchup in another square (my son is big into dipping), and fruits and veggies in the big square. And I've found the best part is that because I'm sending something reusable, the whole thing comes home and I can see what my son has/hasn't eaten. Love that!