Say Please..Lunchbox Love Review

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Say Please was started by life-long friends and fellow moms Judi Willard and Mary Fuller, because they were tired of seeing products being peddled for kids and adults with messages like: “My favorite accessory is my dad’s credit card”, ‘‘Boys are stupid”, or “I’m a Biotch.”

They decided to create a company that produced greeting cards, clothing and other accessories that featured positive messages, but in a hip and humorous way.

Willard, a licensed psychotherapist, and Fuller, a journalist, were able to combine their talents to come up with upbeat phrases and sentiments that, quite simply, make people feel great.

It is no longer a secret, but scientifically proven that positive thoughts and words have a positive affect on our mental and physical health.

Both women were in a place in their lives where they wanted to be able to work independently at a company with a greater purpose. That’s why a portion of the profits from Say Please’s products go to a specially selected charity.

Positive words can change someone’s day, a life, and eventually the world

 
You can see more of the cards they offer HERE


My Review

I love to tell my boys I love them. I probably say it 500 times a day. My 7 year old is in 2nd grade and I pack his lunches. He’s addicted to Lunchables lol. I really love these little cards. My son is a voracious reader and sucks up new knowledge like a vacuum. With Lunchbox Love he gets a really neat fun fact on one side and a special message on the other. The messages range from I Love You to Seeing you is the best part of my day. They have cards just for kids, for friends, for holidays and even ones for people you work with. He has been so excited lately by these neat cards. He shares the trivia facts, like “some turtles can breathe through their butts”, with his friends and he knows that I miss him and I’m thinking of him when he’s at school. This is one of the neatest products I’ve come across and I’m so glad I got to review these. My sons love them =]

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