Things going on in my personal life have me battling with health-conscious choices; like eating better for you foods, using natural products and overall, live a healthier lifestyle. At Real California Milk, they believe in real food made by real families. All you have to do is simply look for the seal to ensure quality! When you see their seals, you’ll feel good knowing that the product is certified as having been made with 100% Real California Milk from Real California Dairy families.
Real California Milk is launching Spot the Seal; a campaign where they donate $5 to the Great American Milk Drive (up to $10k in CA and $20k to TX/FL) to help families affected by wildfires in CA and hurricanes Harvey and Irma in Texas and Florida. No purchase is necessary. All you have to do is snap a photo of the Real California Seal on a dairy product in a store and share it on social media tagging @RealCaliforniaMilk on Facebook and/or @RealCalifMilk on Instagram with the hashtag #SealsForGood. It’s that simple!
I felt this close to my heart and just had to share since we had some devastating fires up here in Washington and Oregon that burned a lot of forestry, homes, and animals live’s as well. It’s heartbreaking seeing the places you love going up in flames or submerged in water, and I am truly sorry to all of those who were affected by these disasters.
Now when I say get in the giving spirit this holiday season, I don’t mean to run and donate tons of money to your favorite charity. The CEOs and presidents of said charities are the ones who see most of that money anyways.
IF YOU do feel like giving this holiday season, pick out a toy or 2, some warm clothing or even put together a food box and take it to your local shelter for those who are truly in need. They will surely appreciate it and you get the satisfaction and good karma of making a difference in someone’s life who needed a little extra help. If you can’t afford these things, volunteer your time to your community, pick up trash, an animal shelter, woman’s shelter, fight fires, help flood victims. There are lots of things that one can do to give back, even if it’s your time and love.
I plan on donating pet supplies to a local animal shelter since I know they can always use it.
Let us know how you plan on getting in the giving spirit this holiday season.