How do you feel about change? For me, change is good. In the beginning it might be hard; after time, it all works out. I always talk about changes and, turns out, it took a small spark to start taking action. When I saw Bigelow Tea’s new packaging, I was inspired.
This is my collection of the new look that Bigelow Tea has going on. It’s very modern, easier to read and more appealing than they were before (and I didn’t think that was possible). I picked up a couple from Walmart; however, Bigelow was kind enough to send me an assortment of their new packaging.
On the top of each box, there is one of nine Bigelow family stories. They share fun facts about the Bigelow heritage and values. On the bottom of each box, is the name of the Bigelow employee who packed the box! How is that for customer service?! They make the “best by” date easier to read, as well. Each box has a new tab that makes it easier to open and close. This was the first thing I noticed. I love that.
The tea pouches themselves are different too. The new look is very sleek, easy to read and (in my opinion) fashionable. It’s something you want to leave lying around for people to see. Each pouch is STILL protected with the same foil pouch as they have always been. Truly, nothing is different except the look. It’s still the same flavors, ingredients, amount and taste.
Even though I received this Bigelow tea chest a while ago, I’m consistently refilling it. This is actually the last of “old packaging” I have. Once these are out, it will be time to replace it with the new packages! Having a tea chest to organize my tea packets makes me wish I had a “chest” to organize my life.
To Do List Source: DIY home sweet home
So it might not be a chest, but it’s a start! Bigelow Tea has really inspired me to reshape my world. By doing this, it will allow me to live a happier and healthier life. I made a list of things I want to change in my life. On the left column, are things I want to get done around the house. The right column are things I want (it’s a need/want situation) in our lives.
Thanks to Bigelow Tea for helping me find my way to a solution at actually getting these things started. I’m going to incorporate deadlines. I’m hoping to have at least half of the left column done within a month. Do you think I can do it?