Good Morning, happy campers! But, are we happy? It’s Tuesday…but it feels a lot like Monday…and Mondays don’t make us happy.
I’m sure one of our readers is a positive outlook kind of person and thinking to themselves, “Every day is what you make it! Positive attitude, positive results!” Well, I for one, am positive Mondays suck.
We have a giveaway coming up in a couple of weeks! We’re pairing up with one of our suppliers for it and we couldn’t be more excited. So, to kickoff that giveaway, we’re doing a giveaway this week.
You get a giveaway! You get a giveaway! Everyone gets a givvvvveawwwwaaay! That’s not true. We’re a small business. Only one person wins the giveaway. What you have to do (listen carefully…or read carefully, I should say) You have to “like” Out and About Green’s facebook page-don’t complain, we don’t post that often- and you have to “like” the post that features this blog on our facebook. So, two likes, the page and the post. We will throw all the names from the likes of the post-after we double check that they’ve liked our page- in a hat and draw the lucky winner! Then we will send your special gift out by the end of the week.
Easy peezy lemon squeezy– I learned that at a British soccer camp.
Now, if you do not understand these steps, do not ask me for help, because I literally cannot think of another way to explain it. Oh, and it ends Thursday morning at 9:00 am…central…U.S. time. So, if you visit our website, you may have seen a few small changes. *Drum roll* We’ve got a new tech guy, Chris! Shoutout! We are so happy to have him on board. I would rather learn Mandarin than website coding. We’re slowly adding new products and promotions, so be on the lookout. Oh, and pray for Chris. He has to deal with a group of women that know nothing about websites. Chris, don’t quit.
Okay- Tip of the Week! We sell collapsible bottles. I forgot my water this morning, decided to wear sweat pants to class, came outside and it was 90 degrees. Side note- I’m a winter person. Feeling the burning of my own flesh while I drown from perspiration is not my idea of a good time. Anyway, I had my collapsible bottle in my backpack, filled it right up, and daydreamed of fresh powder and 35 degrees (for non-skiers, fresh powder is a snow reference, not a cocaine one.) It sounds stupid, but it’ll happen to you (forgetting your water bottle, I mean) and you’re welcome.