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Feel Good? Prove It! We Want To See Your Tweets For #FeelGoodBread ~ RSVP!

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My husband used to make fun of me because I’m so particular about the bread we purchase for the kids. It has to have added nutrition or a whole lot “less” of the usual additives/preservatives.

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Dempster’s knows their bread, particularly their Feel Good Breads, a line of loaves that are made with only the best ingredients that are good for you and can be customized according to your lifestyle. Gluten-free? There’s a bread for that! No sugar/fat? There’s a bread for that too! Dempster’s seems to really have their finger on the pulse of the ever changing food industry which in my opinion is leaning towards the healthier more natural lifestyle.

All of this is why I’m excited to join @Dempsters on Twitter for their #FeelGoodBread party next week where we’ll be chatting about ways you can keep the goodness in your own life and how you can help your city top the charts on the Feel Good Index.

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Negativity begets negativity and positivity beget positivity so watch what you say and tweet because The Feel Good Index is monitoring what we Canadians are tweeting. The site will be calculating the overall feeling of each city by the amount of times people use words to describe good feelings and not so good feelings. These keywords are going to be tracked, so your city

Want to make your city #1 on the Feel Good Index? There’s a special Feel Good Tweet Generator that will customize a message for you to tweet out. Join us for our Twitter Party on March 31st at 9 pm EST where we’ll be giving away amazing prizes valued up to $1,000! All you need to do is RSVP in the linky below. Hope to see you there!



A mom to two girls and a baby boy, a writer and the publisher of Child Mode. As a lover of style and fashion, Nadia found her ‘niche’ and love of children’s clothing while searching for quality items for her family.

   

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