#ShareBreakfast with Kellogg’s

Kellogg's share breakfast logo

Everybody knows that breakfast is the most important meal of the day.  It’s the meal that gets your metabolism jump started in the morning and preps you for a good day of energy and concentration.  Being a mom with a toddler at home I need all the energy I can get and since I’m a blogger I need all the concentration I can get.  I don’t have a lot of time to blog so when I do it’s nice to be able to focus completely on what I’m doing.  My husband used to dislike breakfast but he has found that when he eats breakfast he’ll make better food choices the rest of the day.  If he skips it, he’s starving by the time lunch comes and makes unhealthy choices.  My little toddler sleeps tremendously at night but when 8 o’clock rolls around she is ready to eat!  Giving my family breakfast is a small thing that I can do to help my family have the best start to the day that they can have!  Kellogg’s believes the same way I do and they want to make sure as many people as possible can have that same great start to their day.

The sad truth is, not every child is able to have the great start to their day that comes from eating breakfast.  1 in 5 kids may go without breakfast everyday and Kellogg’s wants to do something to change that.  This is where their “Share the Breakfast” campaign comes in!  This is the third year they’ve hosted it.  This year Kellogg’s and celebrity Taye Diggs have teamed up together to help reduce this high number.

We can all help a child in need with a few simple actions!  This is what I like to call a Free Donation.  You won’t pay a dime, you only donate a few brief moments of your time.  For each of the following actions Kellogg’s will share breakfast to a kid who might otherwise go without.

Until April 15th we can all share a breakfast with a child in need with a few simple actions. A dollar will never leave your pocket and it won’t take more than a minute. For each of the following actions Kellogg’s will share breakfast to a kid who might otherwise go without:

Here’s what you can do to help:

It’s very sad to think about any kid not being able to have access to the food that they need.  As a child I was never without food and it just breaks my heart to think of a little one going hungry.  Head over now and let’s take these simple steps to help feed needy children.


Kelloggs Share Breakfast Infographic

Here’s a few pictures from a #ShareBreakfast get together I had with a bunch of friends.  We had Kellogg’s cereal bars, fruit, eggs, and biscuits and gravy.  It was yummy!



This is me and my little lady.



Friends of mine enjoying breakfast.


Breakfast Line

Here the men are at the food table.


#ShareBreakfast with Kellogg's

Cute kiddos enjoying their breakfast!


I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Kellogg’s. I received a product sample as well as a promotional item as a thank-you for participating.

Walgreens: Keebler Cookies Only $0.49!


If you haven’t signed up yet for Kellogg’s Family Rewards you may want to now!  You can sign up by clicking the banner above.  Just like other rewards programs you’ll enter the codes found on the products you by, in this case Kellogg’s products.  You can use those points to get high value coupons, toys, magazines, or other great rewards.


Here’s a great deal you can score this week at Walgreens with the new Kellogg’s coupon:


Buy 1 Keebler Cookies at $1.99
Use $1.50/1 Keebler Cookies Printable Coupon (click the image above to print yours)
$0.49 after coupon


Here are some free points to get you started:


  • GOODHOUSEMAG50PT (50 points) *NEW*
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  • MYFAVCHARACTER50 (50 points) *NEW*
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  • MYFAVCHARACTER50 (50 points)
  • HALLOWEENPARTY25 (25 points)
  • HOWITWORKS20PNTS (20 points)
  • KELLOGGSMEDAL20P (20 points)
  • KFRFIBERPLUSPOLL (10 points)
  • JOINKELLOGG2SAVE (50 points)
  • LVNGSOCIAL25PNTS (25 points)


Thanks, Common Sense With Money!

Kellogg’s Family Rewards: 200 Free Points


Get exclusive coupons and earn rewards from your favorite Kellogg’s® brands.

Have you signed up for Kellogg’s Family Rewards yet?  You can earn points by inputting the codes from Kellogg’s products. You can redeem these points for high-value coupons, magazines, toys, and other rewards.


Here are some free points to get you started:


MYFAVCHARACTER50 – (50 points) *NEW*
HALLOWEENPARTY25 – (25 points) *NEW*
HOWITWORKS20PNTS – (20 points)
KELLOGGSMEDAL20P – (20 points)
JOINKELLOGG2SAVE – (50 points)
LVNGSOCIAL25PNTS – (25 points)


Thanks, Common Sense With Money!


Kellogg’s Start Simple, Start Right Cereals

Kelloggs Cereal

Recently my family was asked to participate in Kellogg’s “Start Simple, Start Right” Campaign.  We’re big fans of Kellogg’s so we gladly accepted!  Kelloggs sent us five boxes of cereal.  One of each of the following cereals:



Our family was eating all of these cereals anyway…well, with the exception of the Gluten Free Rice Krispies.




My Morning Routine   Each morning I drag myself out of bed, take my meds, and we all scurry downstairs.  My little girl eats her cereal and I pour myself a bowl of cereal.  I’m not a morning person. At all.  I would love to say that I make my family whatever they want for breakfast but that’s far from the truth.  I know moms that do that and take orders from each family member but I just can’t bring myself to.  That’s terrific that they can but it’s not for me.


Cereal is the simplest breakfast I can throw together but it’s also a very nutritious one one so I don’t feel too guilty.  I love that I can feed myself and my family a quick, wholesome meal and give them a great start to their day!  I know how important eating breakfast can be for their body and even concentration.  It took a while but I even have my husband eating breakfast before he heads out the door.  I don’t want my family to feel hungry before lunch and end up distracted or snacking on something unhealthy.  Feeding them cereals that I know are nutritious guarantees that they’ll be fuller longer.


Not all cereals are created equal!  Some brands have a ton of added sugars {some have on the upwards of 40% sugar!}!  Not to mention all of the words that I can’t pronounce.  Kellogg’s has reintroduced a line of cereals that are as simple as can be!  They are made from well-known ingredients like wheat, rice, corn, and other grains and are made with only a handful of simple ingredients.  Isn’t that awesome!  I feel confident feeding my family a cereal where I can read every ingredient in my food.  Don’t you love simplicity?


You can show your family these short videos about the food they are eating:


Follow Kellogg’s process on how they take grains from Seed-To-Spoon. Here’s a great infographic that explains it all:

Seed to Spoon Infographic


What’s your favorite Kellogg’s cereal?


“I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Kellogg’s. I received sample products to facilitate my review as well as a promotional item as a thank-you for participating.”

Register for Kellogg’s Coupons


When you register for an account at Kellogg’s you can print $5 in Kellogg’s coupons. Not only that but you’ll also receive special offers and promotions from Kellogg’s.  I have been obsessed with Kellogg’s Special K lately so I’m thankful for every coupon I can get my hands on!

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