Have you ever seen that feature in US Weekly titled “What’s In My Bag?”
It’s supposed to be an exposé on what celebs tote in their bags. I totally love it, because although it’s blatant advertising combined with a slice of voyeurism and star worship, it kind of validates me (and my bag). I sherpa around a lot of stuff: the essentials, plus all the stuff my kids stash in there (decks of Pokemon cards, friendship bracelets-in-progress, library books), plus snacks. Lots of snacks.
Snacks are the solution for so many of life’s little problems. Having a low blood sugar moment? Nosh on a Kind Bar.
Your kid is soooo hunnnggrrryyyyy and late for soccer practice? Toss him a pack of Justin’s Almond Butter.
You’re stuck in coach on the plane and your stomach is growling? Babybel cheese and Kashi crackers.
If you are a fellow snacker, you know that it’s not always easy to find healthy, simple, yummy snacks that you can easily toss in your bag. That’s why I was excited to get a nice-sized bag of these Apple Crisps in my most recent PopSugar box.
The crisps were yummy, but yummier still was the discount code I got for a NatureBox subscription: 50% off! You can get the same deal. If you sign up using my link, I get credit (thanks for your support!), then use code POPSUGAR to get 50% off your purchase. Yes, it’s only for your first month, but bear with me here. NatureBox has three delivery options:
- Deluxe ($20/month for 5 bags of snacks)
- Happy Snacker ($30/month for 10 bags of snacks)
- Smart Snacker ($50/month for 20 bags of snacks)
If you use the savings code when you order the Smart Snacker box, you’re paying a total of $25 for 20 full size bags of healthy, yummy snacks. This is a great deal. If you like the box, you can continue to receive it after your first month, but of course you also have the option to cancel your subscription at any time.
Personally, I am looking forward to a big box packed with healthy snacks just showing up on my doorstep. I’m planning on tucking them into my kids’ school lunches, stashing them in my car, and of course, popping them into my bag.
Anyone else planning to take advantage of this deal?