Friday, February 19, 2016

Seventh Generation Healthy Baby Home Party Opportunity @Seventhgeneration #FreeSample #sponsored

Disclosure: Seventh Generation provided me with information and free products in exchange for sharing with my readers. 

I always like to give y'all the skinny on anything good and I just got some! Seventh Generation just launched Healthy Baby Home Parties again so I wanted you to know about the latest round and how to apply to be a party host. Seventh Generation is a great company that has tons of products that I feel good about using for my family and I know you will too.  I am so excited to be participating with them and it was super easy. I had the option to send out invites electronically...e-invites! I lived how that saved paper and made me feel greener right from the get-go.  A Seventh Generation Healthy Baby Home Party is a fun opportunity to get together with the gals and do good at the same time! 

Keep the family safe and healthy plus make it a party! Apply for a Healthy Baby Home Party filled with samples, tips on creating a healthy home, and even some great coupons. You get all this pictured above to share with your friends from the folks at Seventh Generation. You can see that it includes many of your favorite eco-friendly brands and maybe some brands you have considered but haven't tried yet. Well this is a perfect opportunity to do so and share your experiences with friends. Moms get so busy that it is nice to take a break sometimes and chat it up with the gals. It is a wonderful way to check in with old friends and perhaps make some new connections.
Tons of party essentials are included in the Healthy Baby Home Party box too. Can you believe all the wonderful products you get in the party box? They are all in generous sizes too, enough so that everyone can get one or two and really experience the products. Laugh, learn and teach other moms and families to live a healthier life while hosting a meaningful party. There are even special full sized hostess gifts! It is an ideal way to enjoy time with your friends sharing about important issues that affect your family, and earn points and free products as a member of Generation Good. I have several friends that recently had babies and many of us have toddlers and young children. We really try hard to do good for our families and Seventh Generation makes it easier. All the moms were excited for their goody bags and some of the kids were eager to try the foods too. It was so cute. I was able to host my party on a pretty spring day so we spent a lot of the time on our beautiful back deck and the kids were able to play in the yard.
It is so nice because guests get samples, coupons and educational information from the Healthy Baby Home Party package that is sent to your home. You’ll come together like we did to discuss products and parenting.You also learn about Seventh Generation plant based products and get great tips for keeping families safe and healthy. By the close of the party you will learn that we all can make simple changes to get toxins out of our kids. Take the first step in helping this world become a better place for our children.   
  • Check dashboard for Healthy Baby Home Party application. (Applications are only accepted a few times per year, keep your eyes peeled! You'll get an email letting you know the application is open, too.)
  • Complete application and wait to hear if you’ve been accepted!
  • In the meantime, explore Generation Good, help others in the forum, test products, and complete surveys! 
It's fun to share with friends plus you get a Healthy Baby Home Party kit! Hop on over to Seventh Generation and fill out your application. Good luck! 
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