Tips For Navigating Life As A Sports Mama!

August 16, 2019

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #LorissasKitchen #GoToSnacksAtGoTime​  

It’s funny that I always imagined as the boys got older things would slow down! On the contrary, these elementary school years are blurry and going by so quickly! My boys are getting more and more into sports! 

While fishing still has their hearts, we recently signed up for a little flag football program at our local park. This requires a little organization and planning on my part especially during the school year when we must also navigate homework! So, I just keep a small bag filled with items we need for practices and games. I leave it right by my garage door so I can grab it on my way out. I like to keep essential things like: water bottles, sunscreen, bandages, hand sanitizer, bug spray, and a non perishable, favorite “better-for-you” snack in there like my sons’ favorite: Lorissa’s Kitchen® Original Beef Strips or my favorite the Ginger Teriyaki Chicken Cuts. (Another pro tip: Use Walmart pick up, you can grab whatever you need on the way to practice! I have literally ordered stuff for dinner from my phone on the sidelines to pick up on the way home! Haha!) 

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I love Lorissa’s Kitchen®​ products, because they are brilliantly crafted with busy mamas and families in mind BY A BUSY MAMA! She was inspired to create this line, because her family needed tasty, nutritious snacks for their busy lives. She made them with 100% grass-fed beef, 100% all-natural, raised with antibiotics chicken & turkey breast, no preservatives, no added growth hormones, no added MSG or nitrates, nd they are gluten free. WHAT WHAT?! To further sweeten the incentive right now Ibotta is offering $0.75 off one 2.25oz or larger size of Lorissa’s Kitchen® products! 

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This Messy Season is a blog serving families through practical tips for nurturing their families, emphasizing quality time and adventure. Helping young families bloom where they're planted, embrace their mess, and thrive through a series of honest, blog posts highlighting realistic travel tips, favorite products that simplify the work load of families, and family entertainment.

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