This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Tetra Pak . The opinions and text are all mine.
My husband is one of those guys who just loves to find new adventures and is always taking our girls to new places. We went apple picking this weekend and yet we happened upon a pond in the forest preserve behind the orchards. It was the perfect spot to stop and enjoy a drink.
It’s fall here in Southern California and during the peak afternoon it can get warm out. We stopped in the sunshine to soak in the sun and enjoy a cold drink. The thing is, my husband and I want our girls to experience the world. We want them to be smart and compassionate citizens so taking care of the earth is important to us.
We believe in buying eco-friendly products and we raise our girls in such a way that they’ve learned to recycle and care about protecting our planet. We know the benefits of buying Tetra Pak products and how they fit our active lifestyle.
Did you know that Tetra Pak products are lightweight and they even fold flat for the trip back to the recycling bin? They require no refrigeration until they’re opened, saving valuable cooler space (the single-serve milk is perfect for pancakes while camping!). They’re safe for all ages because they’re easy to open and have no sharpe edges. Plus we can teach our girls that they’re fully recyclable and made from renewable natural resources. Most of organic food companies we really love use Tetra Pak packaging because they are made with extra layers, you don’t need added preservatives! Spending time in nature and with our earth has without a doubt given me a better appreciation for our planet. We hope that by being outside, learning about different eco-systems and the creatures that live in them will help our children also appreciate the earth. We love to go hiking and there are so many trails all across this country. Kids can learn so much form their interactions with nature. It’s all about teaching our girls to live with nature, being responsible in our purchases like buying products with eco-friendly packaging and just being with the ones you love. It’s all about making memories with my kids and helping them grow into caring adults. Teaching them about eco-friendly packing is just another simple way I’ve helped them grow. You can learn more about Tetra Pak on their website.
What ways to you hope to inspire your children?