Tuesday, September 27, 2011

snack time

Lifeguard Press sent me a Lilly Pulitzer reusable snack bag at the end of the summer.  I knew I would use it, but I didn't realize how awesome it really is.

Skipping on the plastic sandwich bag is a little way to reduce the amount of plastic we use on a daily basis. I'm trying to be better when it comes to being green.  This is an easy change, that can be cute and functional at the same time.

My classes go straight through the day, so I never have time to sit down and eat lunch.  (I love being able to have a nice, long breakfast to get my head ready for the day!)  I try to grab a bagel with peanut butter to eat in between two of my afternoon classes.  The sandwich bag is the perfect size and it's surprisingly easy to clean!

My Lilly one is great!  There are also other (preppy) options to take a look at as well.


Pink Elephants via Etsy


Polka Dots via Etsy


Social Pink Circle via Itzy Ritzy


Whale Watching Pink via Itzy Ritzy


Sunny Jungle via PB Green

Anyone else use these reusable bags?  Where are yours from?

xoxo

16 comments :

  1. I use these everyday when I pack my lunch -- for my sandwhich, my wheat thins, grapes, everything! They are amazing, good for the environment, CUTE, and a lot less mess!! I love the elephant ones!

    everydayaem.blogspot.com

    Ashley

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  2. Those baggies are super cute! A great idea for holding snacks :)

    katiesbliss.com

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  3. These are so adorable!! I was hesitant to buy a re-usable bag, but I think I'm going to now!

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  4. These would also be great sneaking food from the cafeteria when I don't have time to sit down and eat... shhh.

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  5. With 2 kids and 2 teachers, we use a buzzillion baggies. LOVE this green modern alternative.

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  6. I've seen these a few places and love them. I would really like to pick a few up. They are the perfect place to store some almonds for when you're feeling an energy crash coming on in the middle of class!

    xx Emily @ laughliveandshop.blogspot.com

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  7. Oh my goodness these are AMAZING! I am headed to grad school in January and will be working part-time so I am definitely going to need to pack snacks, and I hate wasting packaging.

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  8. Ps just found your blog, it's so cute! My younger sister goes to Georgetown too :)

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  9. I LOVE this idea. I feel like snack bags are so wasteful, and this is such a fantastic alternative. And it's a great way to turn something ordinary into something stylish. Thanks for posting about this!

    http://adventuresofatype-a.blogspot.com/

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  10. I absolutely LOVE my Lilly (limeade floaters pattern) "resnack it" bag! The hubster got it for me as a "surprise just because I love you" gift :). I use it basically every day!

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  11. These look so cute! The pink and green whales is my favorite of the ones you posted!

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  12. o my god these are so cute and practical!

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  13. I don't really take snacks, but I love the idea of these! The whale one is darling. :)

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  14. These would be great for a purse snack. I find myself needing these at times when I am too busy to stop running! lol Oh and I can never have too much Lilly, duh!

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  15. The patterns are so cute! Love these! :)

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