*This post is sponsored by Olly Girl.
Being a mom in today’s world is no easy task. We want to “have a life” of our own, some of us have jobs, we take kids to sport practices and events, we cook, we clean, we go grocery shopping and finally we want to feed our kiddos nothing but the best. Man, it’s intense!! Finding my girls the right multi-vitamin takes a bit of the pressure off. And that’s where Olly Girl came into our lives. Olly Girl is a multi-vitamin made especially for girls 12-17 with their busy and energetic lives in mind.
Bella is my oldest daughter. She’s a swimmer and just finished playing volleyball for the school team. She loves to read and she has officially entered the teenager years (Lord Help Me!). She cares about her hair, skin and nails. Sophia is my middle one, she’s a gymnast and she still loves to play with dolls! Unlike Bella, Sophia doesn’t pay much attention to looks or girly things even though she’s adamant about not cutting her hair. Even in their very different phases, as a mom I want to support my girls as they grow and develop into adulthood.
I remember being very active in Junior High and staying in school after hours playing ball and getting all that energy out! These are precious times that will be treasured and remembered for the rest of their lives. In my eyes, staying healthy and communicating with my daughters lays a solid foundation for their present and future selves to keep strong bodies and minds. Staying active in combination with good nutrition and supplements is a great recipe to stay healthy and it’s a big part of our family values.
While supplements don’t substitute meals Olly Girl supports their immune system and strong bones, it contains skin-nourishing vitamins, minerals and antioxidants to help purify and detox skin cells, as well as supports energy production in their body cells to keep them going and feeling energized all day during their daily activities.
Find Olly Girl and other types of multi-vitamin at Olly.com
I received compensation in exchange for writing this review. [Although this post is sponsored, all opinions are my own.]