Well, here we are with the first week of school just around the corner and while that may stress some of you, I am happy to introduce you to the sponsor of this post, Hyland’s Good Monring. Now, while students and my own children do not start back for a week, I have started back in full force TODAY (say some prayers if you think of it). Just in case you are new to the blog, I also work as a high school counselor. Basically, what that means is that I stay up and work while my babies sleep in order to help other people’s babies during the night. Just two nights ago I was up until 2am! Yes, 2 in the morning working on schedules and emails from parents and students. Please don’t hear me complaining. This is the time I choose to work because I am not interrupted, but what that means is a BAD morning the next day.
I have been a long time friend of coffee. It’s really less for the caffeine inside and more about the taste (let’s be honest, I could swim in it). I will say, on this particular morning it was a triple shot espresso start to the day! That is when I was thankful for Hyland’s Good Morning because I had another tool in my tool box to turn to. If you are on Facebook or Instagram I am sure you have seen the plethora of multi-level marketing businesses promoting health and wellness. The entire reason why they are working is because they target busy, tired mommas who need something to help them get through. Well, I have not bought in to any of it for various different reasons (besides look at the price tag) so when I was presented with the idea of Hyland’s Good Morning the first thing I did was research. I wanted to make sure I wouldn’t be putting something into my body that it would not be happy with. So, happy with the natural ingredients and happy with the fact that they stated it was safe to take with coffee or energy drinks, I was on board! Not to mention, it only sets me back about $10.
So, after one of the many late, late nights working on schedules and such, I woke up feeling completely dead, looked over and saw the box and remembered! It said to take 1-2 tablets under the tongue 3 times per day. I am usually pretty sensitive to things so I went with just one Hyland’s Good Morning tablet under my tongue as I headed out the door. I was on my annual shopping trip for MY back to school clothes. Yes, I am a planner and the ladies at the store I shop in know it! I go in and stay for hours trying on, making good decisions and leaving with deals. That’s a post for another day. However, you needed that reference to know that this was a BIG shopping trip. It takes me about 15 minutes to get to the store and I left out of the driveway feeling as dead as ever. However, as I started to pull into my parking space, I felt more refreshed. That is the best way to put it. I felt like my head had cleared, I could enjoy the fresh air and I had more joy for what I was about to do. And shop I did! I spent my usual few hours there, taking selfies and sending them to my best friend who lives a few cities away for her approval. When I left I still had that spring in my step. Again, the best way to put it was that my head felt more clear or light and the lethargy was gone. I even had an appetite which I woke up without.
So, as I head off to my first week of school today I am armed with a new little assistant. I popped that little bottle of Hyland’s Good Morning into my purse already and that is where that cute little thing will stay! And here’s the deal, I am thrilled to tell everyone, especially the mommas about this because there are 50 tablets in one bottle. That means you could easily stretch this $10 out for almost two months. Go ahead and cross compare those prices with the stuff the peppy mom from the PTSO is trying to sale you. Yep. You’re welcome.
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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Hyland’s Good Morning. As always, I would never post about things I was not truly passionate about or felt like might be a great tip for you to know about. Why keep a good thing under wraps?