Win Kleenex For A Month!

CONTESTS | | July 26, 2010 at 8:31 pm

CONTEST CLOSED!

Congratulations Laptop TV Mom!

So you would have read about my little girl’s and my trip to Kentucky, well the kind folks at Kleenex wanted to offer my readers something special. You can win a month’s supply of Kleenex Sneeze Shield to give away to one of my lucky readers. To win just leave a comment with a back-to-school tip or even a question for Patrice McCrary. Note that the tips you leave  may be used on the Kleenex site.

Contest closes 31st July 2010 . To earn extra entries, after you have left a comment, do one of the following, but make sure you leave a separate comment entry for each extra thing you do. This gives you additional ways to win the contest. Please do not leave email addresses in the comments section.

  • Subscribe to Mommy Niri (and verify the subscription to be valid) and leave a separate comment that you did. Already a subscriber (thank you) then leave a comment stating you are
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72 Comments

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    Back to School? I honestly saw “win Kleenex” and wanted to win for my husband! He’s not going back to school, but I swear we should buy stock on Kleenex since he uses so much. Daily. But I want to win so much, I will play along. My back-to-school tip is to get a non-branded lunch box. Get something that will never get old like flowers or even a solid color!

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    John says:

    Buy everything in advance! You also could buy what you need two or three items pro purchase every time you go shopping, so it would be not so”killing” for budget.

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    sandy says:

    my tip is buy extras of things such as glue, crayons, paper to last through the whole year and if project board is on sale in your area go grab it up now for science fair projects etc

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    Tari L. says:

    I take my elementary school age son to school a week to two before hand to see his new classroom and meet his new teacher to help ease the stress of the first day.

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    Lindsay says:

    Always make sure to have easy and nutritious breakfasts on hand. I like to juice fruit and veggies like carrots with apples with a banana. It’s easy to have on hand and tastes great!

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    Lindsay says:

    I’m already a subscriber

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    Elizabeth says:

    I want to win as I am a teacher and this would come in handy. My tip would be to begin going to bed earlier and earlier so you will be well rested for that first day. Get on a bedtime schedule.

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    April says:

    I always buy school supplies first thing in the summer, there are so mny deals!

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    debp says:

    I would recommend for children that are nervous about going back to school, to walk them around inside the school (with permission)about a week before school starts. Let them see their class, where the bathrooms are, the library, cafeteria, all the places they will go to. It can relieve anxiety in them to actually see where they will be.
    twoofakind12@yahoo.com

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    debp says:

    I am a email subscriber.
    twoofakind12@yahoo.com

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    Shanna says:

    Buy everything in advance. DO NOT wait until the last minute. Stock up, more is better!!!
    shanna.elizabeth AT hotmail DOT com

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    sarah d. says:

    My daughter is almost 12 and we have very different opinions about bedtime. How much sleep does a tween need?

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    Kimberly says:

    My tip is to buy plenty of supplies to last the whole year right away when they are on sale for cheap!

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    Kimberly says:

    I already subscribe to Mommy Niri via email.

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    Denise B. says:

    We homeschool, so I don’t really have any back-to-school tips to share.

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    Go to Staples…they have one-dollar and 1-cent deals for a lot of basic school supplies.

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    I’m an email subscriber.

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    NJJ says:

    My back to school tip is: Keep a binder at home with each child’s name on it to use for any teacher notes or field trip forms etc Also keep the binder in either the kitchen or living room near the door to help cut down on the last minute rush to find misplaced teacher notes or field trip forms You can also keep a pencil case in it to keep a week’s worth of lunch money or hand wipes for the lunch box

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    NJJ says:

    Mommy Niri email subscriber

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    carol y says:

    I am a subscriber.

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    carol y says:

    Would you please delete the previous comment I made. Sorry.
    I am a subscriber.
    All I can suggest is to make a list , buy what you need early, and prepare your children for school by talking with them and asking if they have any concerns.

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    carol y says:

    Oh my gosh! My brain is not working! I could have saved that first comment.
    OK, I am a subscriber. A confused one, but still a subscriber. Yikes!

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    carol y says:

    Tweet!~http://twitter.com/dresdenrain/status/19681471915

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    I always make sure my children have a bottle of hand sanitizer available to them in their desks as school.

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    Subscribe to Mommy Niri

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    my back to school tip… only get what you need. Then if there is room left in the budget, splurge a little

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    Deborah Wellenstein says:

    Very simple tip-stock up on supplies for the whole year during the back-to-school sales! Thanks!

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    Debbie W. says:

    I am a long standing email subscriber.

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    Brenda says:

    Buy everything in advance

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    Brenda says:

    Subscribe to Mommy Niri

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    Amber Smith says:

    My tip would be to use the remaining summer months for lesson reviews. The library is a great place to get the kids back into the habit of reading and they usually book-club have programs running all year round.

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    Amber Smith says:

    I’m a subscriber
    asmithonline at yahoo dot ca

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    Amber Smith says:

    I retweeted
    http://twitter.com/asmithonline/status/19759738960
    asmithonline at yahoo dot ca

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    Natalia D says:

    Buy everything in advance!

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    Meghan says:

    I’ll donate them all to my son’s kindergarten class on behalf of MommyNiri.com!

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    Jessica C. says:

    Some back to school tips, paper bags can be good book covers and are cheaper than buying one; also assignment notebooks are really helpful but a big book mark, I used a giant paper clip can make it even easier to keep track.

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    Amanda D. says:

    Back to school tip: Keep a mini bottle of hand sanitizer in your pocket and use it often to help prevent the “back to school cold” that always goes around the first month or two after school starts back.

    macd9900 at gmail dot com

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    Louis says:

    stock up on supplies whenver is a sale (I do this throughout the year)

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    Louis says:

    I subscribed to your feed via mail (same as in my profile / this post)

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    Mariel Dumas says:

    Back to school tip: Dont stress and remain calm

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    loni says:

    It is sort of a tip, but I always buy the little to go Kleenix packages and slip one in each bag or backpack so there are always available.

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    karen M says:

    I catch the early sales and stock up. We are digging the flash cards out and brushing up on our math skills.

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    karen M says:

    subscriber

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    laurie says:

    a week before school start i get my kids up at the time they need to be up for school time, just to get them ready to get up for the week of school saves alot of hassle later on.

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    laurie says:

    email subscriber

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    Janet F says:

    Help children get back into the school year routine before school starts by having them go to bed earlier.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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    Janet F says:

    I am already subscribed.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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    Sheila says:

    Make sure the kids know to sneeze into their arms rather than into their hands!

    skkorman AT bellsouth DOT net

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    Donna says:

    Stock up on school supplies early, when they are on sale!

    dlhaley[at]hotmail[dot]com

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    Gianna says:

    I’m a subscriber.

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    TRACY HEYER says:

    My tip is buy enough supplies to last the whole school year.

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    TRACY HEYER says:

    I am a subscriber.

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    brian e. says:

    Thanks for the giveaway…to encourage good study habits in your kids, provide a well lighted area for them to do homework with no distractions i.e. turn off the TV !

    senorpiero [at] yahoo [dot] com

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    brian e. says:

    Tweeted: http://twitter.com/brianpiero/status/20006832500

    senorpiero [at] yahoo [dot] com

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    Carol G says:

    Our back to school students are all in college, so most of the tips would be a little out of place for them. But we did get the book lists and pick up most of the texts needed either from my book swap site or from Amazon–saved about half of the estimated used book cost from the college bookstore.

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    Gail Pisani says:

    Cute and Creative website!! Thanks for the giveaway!! :) Look forward to following you in the future.
    gailpisani777@gmail.com

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    Mishia says:

    My tip? Buy in the off season and stock up. I have a closet full of school supplies that I bought on clearance at stores like Target for 75% off!

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    Mishia says:

    I subscribe mishiareads(at)gmail(dot)com

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    susan says:

    getting everything early! things sell out. Be prepared.

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    angie says:

    one great idea for back to school is to start a morning and bedtime routine a week or two before school starts
    shopannies@yahoo.com

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    Angie says:

    Back to School tip – watch the fliers to keep an eye on great sales for all of those needed supplies!