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We’re back at it again this week with our fabulous sweepstakes sponsor BlueAvocado. One of the founders is former Ecorazzi contributor Paige Davis (holla!). These bags are PVC free, made from 50% REPREVE recycled fibers, and will keep items hot or cold for 3 hours with zipper closure. Plus, they are stylish!

As always, we’ve got a special giveaway just for our newsletter subscribers. This week it’s the cute insulated lunch tote and fresh pak ($30 value) from BlueAvocado, which will help you avoid using several plastic bags each time you use it. (We recently received a lunch tote to try out…it’s awesome!)

Additionally, we’ll tell you how to win the Big Chil ($25 value / pictured) from BlueAvocado during our Facebook chat tomorrow, Thursday, May 26 at 3pm ET. We’ll be chatting about your favorite lunch foods to bring from home.

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