Say Please co-founder and CEO, Judi Willard, was recently interviewed on the radio program “This Little Parent Stayed Home” with Ally Loprete. Check out the interview and the rest of the fabulous show here: Momprenuership: The New Ideology
We are so happy to hear that Chandie and Joey Lawrence picked Lunchbox Love as one of their favorite back to school products! Check out this article at parents.com to see what Chandie says about Lunchbox Love.
Celie McKay, age 4, and her brother Fionn, 2, of Lexington, Ky., get the same thing for lunch almost every day—a note from their mom, Liz Swanson. Ms. Swanson keeps it simple. “YOU ARE LOVED,” she’ll write. Or, in blue crayon, “BLUE!” Sometimes she makes “happy bananas,” which are bananas that she decorates with a […]
Check out Ally Loprete’s and friends favorite Lunchbox Love cards!
We are proud that Erin Chase of 5 Dollar Dinners included Lunchbox Love in her picks for back to school morning time savers.
Lunchbox Love On WPSD Local 6. All the best gear to make this school year great for both kids and parents. From backpacks to organizational gear, I found the best of the best so you don’t have to! Click here to watch the video!
To show your little ones you are thinking of them the whole day through, pack their lunch with one of these cute notes inside. One side has a fun fact or a joke, the other, words of endearment—a fun and loving way to add a bit of pizazz to the middle of the school day. […]
Welcome to part 1 of a podcast interview with Judi Willard, co-creator of SayPlease.com called Spreading the Love, where positive words can change someone’s day, a life, and eventually the world. This segment is all about Lunchbox Love’s, mission and start up, the women behind the company, their charity efforts and how it makes a difference […]
Lunchbox Love for Kids was selected by Tory Johnson for her "Deals and Steals" on Good Afternoon America. Check out the clip below.
Judi Willard, licensed psychotherapist and co-founder of Say Please, was honored to be a guest writer on TODAY Moms. In response to the viral video in which an autistic student was verbally abused by a teacher, Judi shares her advice on what to do when you see abnormal behavior in your own children. Check out […]