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Laptop Lunches Giveaway

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If you like Bento boxes, flat rate shipping and all things eco-friendly, then stay tuned for an awesome review and giveaway from Laptop Lunches. I have heard all about Bento boxes but have never owned one before. Laptop Lunches allowed me to select one of their boxes to try out. I tried the Black/Avo.
It just so happened my oldest daughter had a day camp to attend and I was able to pack her a lunch. This was my first ever attempt at a Bento lunch. I packed her some spinach, crunchy noodles for topping, a small treat and then packed some mandarin oranges and blackberries. I was able to use the skinny compartment on the right side for a small fork and a cloth napkin. I was so pleased with how it turned out! I realize my meal was probably not a typical Bento meal but it was still neat! And best of all was her reaction. She opened it at lunch and all her friends were like "What is that???" She said, "My Mommy writes a blog and this is my new Bento Box from laptop lunches." She then launched into a description of Bento boxes and why this was eco-friendly and much healthier than their lunches (whoops LOL!). She truly loved it! I can tell we will need to order a second one for our other daughter. Laptop Lunches carries a variety of colors for their Bento boxes as well as carriers, totes, utensils and more! Disclosure: The product(s) offered for the giveaway are free of charge, no purchase necessary. Any opinions expressed are my own honest opinions and are not influenced by any form of compensation. This giveaway is not in any way endorsed by or affiliated with Facebook. a Rafflecopter giveaway

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