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NeuEnergy, Fits In Your Purse and Your Life

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of NeuEnergy. All opinions are 100% mine.

Life is exhausting. Already today I’ve made breakfast, packed school lunch, started the dishwasher, started a load of laundry, taken dogs outside… the list just goes on and on. It doesn’t come to an end either – there is never a finish line when you are a parent. I’m always trying to get over that hump and sometimes those choices aren’t the healthiest.

NeuEnergy is the perfect little size to keep in my desk or in my purse. It contains a unique combination of caffeine and Pterostilbene, which is the goodness from blueberries. It’s not a bunch of random “crap” and it gives you a longer sustained energy boost than just caffeine alone.

Each re-sealable package has 3 servings (two tabs a serving).

Here are some more bite-sized pieces of information:

Zero calories
Zero crash
Each tab contains 59mg of caffeine
You chew, not swallow
Zero sugar

You can find NeuEnergy on Amazon and also in Meijer stores (check in the sports/nutrition section of the pharmacy) as well as

Check out this contest from NeuEnergy!

  • How to Enter: Post a Selfie on Instagram of you with the NeuEnergy Stick Container, mention @GetNeuEnergy and include the following hashtags: #GetNeuEnergy and #Contest
  • Winners will be voted on by the public
  • Bi-Weekly winners will have their chose between Prize Packs, which may include NeuEngery products, Bose Headphones and Fit Bits, Grand prize winners will receive a trip Disney World or Cabo San Lucas. 
  • Contest Dates: January 19 – March 16.
  • Valid for U.S. & Canada (excluding Quebec)
  • contest details and rules

I’ve given up coffee (except for that occasional treat drink) for a month now, so I’m excited to try NeuEnergy for myself and see how it tastes and how I feel! I’ll share more with you soon!

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