This post is part of the HEALTHY ESSENTIALS® 2014 program by Johnson & Johnson Consumer Companies, Inc. and The Motherhood, who sent me a box of products and compensated me for my time. Opinions, experiences and photos shared here are all my own, and I hope you enjoy them.
Johnny’s paper mache world
Johnny just had a Cub Scout meeting about recycling and I know they talk about it often at school so I loved being able to talk to him about Earth Day. Have you talked with your children about it lately? One of the simplest things you can do is recycle and you can start right in your bathroom. How many toilet paper rolls do you go through in a week??? I know for us, that number is pretty large. I think it is so important to teach our kids now about the environment and how to protect it. Things have changed so much just since I was a child. My kids’ environment is going to be so much different and we have to do what we can to keep it safe and healthy for them!
They year Healthy Essentials is making it even easier for you to get those great products that you can recycle! You can save up to $55 on fantastic products! Here are some examples:
• Save $1.00 on any JOHNSON’S® Baby Intense Moisture Cream
• Save $1.00 on any LUBRIDERM® product (6oz or larger)
• Save $1.00 on any (1) CLEAN & CLEAR® product (excludes trial and travel sizes)
• Save $1.00 on any (1) NEUTROGENA® Sun product (exclude trial size)
• Save $1.00 on any (1) LISTERINE® SMART RINSE Anti-cavity Mouthwash, 500 ml
• Save $1.00 on any (1) REACH® Total Care Floss, or REACH® Gentle Gum Care Floss, or REACH® Dentotape® or REACH® Access® Flosser
• Save $2.00 on any (3) NEOSPORIN®, BAND-AID® Brand Adhesive bandages or JOHNSON and JOHNSON RED CROSS® Brand products (excludes all trial and travel sizes, First Aid Kits, 10 ct Band-Aid Brand Adhesive Bandages, and On-the-Go First Aid Kits. Must buy (2) different brand products to qualify for this offer along with a third product)
Would you like to do more? How about being part of the Donate a Photo program? You take a photo (how many of us do that all the time anyway, right?!?) and then share it through the Donate a Photo app. For every photo shared through the app, Johnson & Johnson will donate a dollar to the non-profit of your choice, chosen on the app.
What do you do to help your kids understand the issues our environment faces? Do you do anything fun for Earth Day to help them get the points better??