KINDness In The Form Of Food.

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KINDness In The Form Of Food.

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Every so often I stumble across a company that 1) puts out a wonderful product that I love and 2) amazes me with their mission, and their people. KIND Snacks was one of those companies that I found by accident.

I was shopping on Amazon one day, and I added a box of KIND bars to my shopping cart. I hadn’t really noticed since I was frustrated at Amazon’s new,weird shipping policy where you can’t buy tiny things alone (I like getting Tazo tea. It’s usually cheaper for me with my Prime membership). I checked out, only noticing afterward that I had purchased the KIND bars, and I thought it would be awesome to just try them.

I got them, and I instantly Googled up a storm. How had I never heard for KIND Bars? Why hadn’t I ever seen them, and why was I JUST NOW getting them? I started to get hooked.

Long story short, I knew I wanted to spread the word about KIND Snacks, why? They do things differently. You can pronounce every ingredient in their food. You get healthy AND delicious snacks, rather than one or the other, and KIND is all about helping people by “doing the KIND thing,” and encouraging people to take ownership of helping others in their daily lives.

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I delivered some KIND bars to some of my friends in hopes of making their day better. My boyfriend and I also had a great breakfast with Chobani Yogurt and KIND’s Dark Chocolate & Cranberry Clusters! He really loved it and so did I. We’ve made a little pact for each other that we really wanted to take care of our bodies, and take care of each other, and eating KIND is just another healthy choice that we can add to our list!

Having some KIND snacks has made me think about how I should really take care of myself, but also take care of others. What are you going to do today to spread the KINDness, and take care of yourself? Leave a comment below and take on something new today!

This post was sponsored by KIND Snacks! They sent me a giant box of KIND deliciousness, but I’m singing their praises because I think they’re amazing!

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