Win a $100 Longo’s gift card (CLOSED)

Longos logo on eatlivetravelwrite.comThanks to the folks at Longo’s I have a $100 gift card to give away to one lucky reader.

To enter, read my tips for beating the back to school meal-planning blues and leave me a comment telling me your best tip for keeping motivated for meal-planning.

For a second bonus entry, tweet the following messageWin a $100 gift card for @LongosMarkets to help with #BacktoSchool meal planning @eatlivtravwrite ! Details: http://bit.ly/WinLongosGiftCard then come back to leave me a comment on this post telling me you did.

Eligibility and contest rules

  • Open to to readers in the GTA (this is where Longo’s stores are located).
  • Maximum of two (2) entries per person for the duration of the contest.
  • No purchase of any product necessary for entry.
  • A winner will be chosen using Random.org from all qualified entries on Wednesday September 2nd 2015 after 6pm EST.
  • Winner will be contacted via email on Thursday September 3rd, 2015 and will have 48 hours to respond.

14 thoughts on “Win a $100 Longo’s gift card (CLOSED)”

  1. Sitting down and planning my weeks meals is a must. A little bit of time at the beginning of the week can save lots of time and money. I use leftovers wisely and create different meals so no one is the wiser that they are eating leftovers. I hate wasting food (and money). I also prep my veggies on Sunday for the week or at least 4 days worth. Makes healthy snacking so much easier too. With so many recipes online, eating new dishes is never a problem. Some are hits and some not. But we love trying new recipes.

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  2. I stay motivated for meal-planning by having the kids pick out 1-2 recipes each week. Having them excited makes it easier to stay on track.

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  3. I stay motivated by making it fun. I challenge myself to add something new and creative to my son’s lunch each day.

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  4. I stay motivated by shopping for groceries multiple times per week and making batches of rice, beans and quinoa on Sunday before the week begins. With a fridge full of healthy choices, I’m less tempted to grab takeout on the way home for work (when I’m tired from a working all day) or going out for lunch during the week because I have leftovers to enjoy.

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  5. I always make extra at dinner – like chicken so I can have it on hand to make sandwiches or add it to salads for lunch.

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  6. (I don’t live in GTA BUT I go there all the time so I would definitely put this to good use!)

    Mine is to search out regional produce and great deals.

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