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Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Sweepstakes Pong & $25 Amazon GC Giveaway

Welcome to the

Pong Back to School Sweepstakes

Organized by Budget Earth

Sponsored by Pong

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  • Sweepstakes ends September 9th at 11:59pm ET.
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Marti Tabora said...

My best tip for back to school is to make sure everybody starts going to bed early at least a week before.

Debbie said...

Start organized. Have a designated place for each child's backpack, lunch boxes, and belongings.

Janet W. said...

My favorite back to school tip is to have everything organized and ready for the first day. That way you aren't scrambling the morning of!

Ann Fantom said...

My back to school tip is start getting your child back into the school schedule a few days before school starts by getting on a regular bed and wake up schedule

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Anonymous said...

My favorite tip is to start early with shopping. I also try to get them to bed earlier and earlier in order to wake up early for school. Rosanne

Anonymous said...

My best back to school shopping tip is to make a list and shop early. Try to hit the sales too that are going on this weekend.

Unknown said...

I would love to win. Make sure all the kids clothes are layed out for school.

Jill Myrick (jsc123) said...

My favorite back to school tip is to make sure that everything is ready for the net day before going to bed. Pick out clothing, make sure bookbags and shoes are by the door with everything needed in them, prepack lunches and set the table for breakfast before going to bed.


imaclutz89 said...

I love to shop sales for back to school! Saves a lot of money!

Unknown said...

My favorite back to school tip is to start putting the kids early to bed a week or two before school. It will help with the transition!

Lisa said...

We get everything ready the night before so there is less rushing around.

angie lilly said...

I don't have kids, but I used to be a kid! LOL One of the things that my mom did each year that was intangible but very important was to remind me every year that I was special on my own. I didn't have to fit in and I didn't need the approval of anyone. To be myself and not let others change me or decide for me. I think this is great advice to give every kid every year before school starts and the peer pressure and bullying begins for the year.

AEKZ2 said...

My tip is to have everything ready to go the night before-- put backpacks by the door and set the clothes out.