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Thirty One Organizing Utility Tote and Fundraiser



Have you ever used Thirty One products?  If not, you're missing out, especially if you're as anal as I am about keeping my stuff organized while out and about (though oddly not my purse!)  Admittedly, I don't have many Thirty One items, but lately they've been my go-to gift for the moms, and they've been loving them!

I was recently given the opportunity to review a Thirty One product, and host an online party fundraiser.  I'm so glad I opted to that the opportunity, because I've been debating if I wanted an organizing utility tote, and that's what Amy sent me to try out and review.  As soon as I opened it up I knew exactly what I wanted to use it for - summer pool events!  Let's face it, swimming requires A LOT of stuff, and it's often stuff that's hard to keep organized.  Until the pretty lady below ended up in my hands that is!

With Father's Day last weekend, and the annual pool "party" that coincides with Father's Day, I was so anxious to try this out.  There are 7 total pockets on the outside - perfect for 2 types of sunscreen, swim diapers. toddler flip flops, sippy cups and travel cups for adult beverages.  Plus, plenty of room on the inside to transport pool toys!  And, a bonus that I didn't really think of while debating if I wanted one previously - it can get wet, which is prime for something that I plan to take to a pool!

Now - the fun part!  If you love Thirty One products, or want to try some out, check out my online fundraiser - here.  Fundraiser you say?!  Yep - proceeds from sales will be donated to Feeding America.  Feeding America is a fantastic organization that I am proud to be able to support whenever I can, and I love that my day job is so heavily involved in supporting the organization as well.

Hunger in America exists for over 50 million people.  One in 6 people in the US is food insecure (more than 1 in 5 children), meaning they do not know where their next meal is coming from.  Food insecurity exists in every county in the U.S. and Feeding America's mission is to feed America's hungry through a nationwide network of member food banks and engage our country in the fight to end hunger.

Help me and Feeding America fight to end hunger, and organize your life a bit while doing so!

* the organizing utility tote was provided at no cost, but the opinions are 100% my own.



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