Back to School:
with Amazon Fresh

 This post is sponsored by Amazon, however all thoughts and opinions are my own.

The 2021-2022 school year is underway and if you're anything like me, you're still trying to pull it all together.  After over a year of virtual learning, this Momma definitely felt a little rusty at certain things.  One of which was making lunch for school.  How many snacks should I add?  Can they get juice or milk at school?  So many questions.  One thing that made it easy was shopping in one place for everything with Amazon Fresh!

Once again, shopping for our own healthy lunch options has been made easy with Amazon.  The variety of fresh fruits and vegetables combined with healthier snack options for the kids, makes this one stop shop unbeatable.  I was literally able to order everything from bread, to cold cuts, to fruits + great snack options all in one place.  The best part was obviously that I didn't even have to leave my house.  I placed an order while we were out at Middle School orientation, and it was at my door when we arrived home.  Plus, customers can select between a 2 hour time window that works for them.  Moms with multiple kids especially know how convenient that is when you're running around with each child and barely have time in the day to make one more errand.

For my followers who are DC SNAP recipients + those that can help spread the word through our community to families that would benefit... Please remember that there is never a fee or membership required and the process is simple—just add your SNAP EBT card through  Another step taken by Amazon that truly shows their commitment to providing healthier eating options to EVERYONE.

So how is everyone dealing with lunch this year?  Our county has free breakfast and lunch for all students (regardless of income) for the entire 2021-2022 school year.  Despite this incredible initiative, Kennedy still wants to take lunch to school about 2-3 days out of the week so here we are!  Are ya'll making lunch daily?  Are they eating lunch in school?  Sound off below.