#MaxxLifeLessons – Helping Veterans With TJ Maxx

You guys! I usually never blog on Saturdays & really wasn’t planning on it because I don’t know how many of you will actually stop by today to see this. BUT… I shared on Instagram [here] today about a cause that I’ve teamed up with TJ Maxx for. As many of you know, Jose is a Marine Corps veteran & he recently got out. Our transition out of military life & Jose’s transition back into civilian life was quite painless, but this isn’t the reality for a lot of veterans. Many struggle with PTSD & can’t live a normal life. Of course Jose’s transition wasn’t a breeze, but it could have been worse. This subject is so near and dear to me so I was honor to have been asked to help spread the word about H.O.O.V.E.S, a non-profit organization that provides horse therapy to veterans to get back the life that they faugh to protect, raise money to keep helping these amazing veterans that sacrificed so much for us.

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So how do we raise the money for H.O.O.V.E.S? It’s easy. All you have to do is tweet. Yup, tweet. Go to Twitter & tweet some encouraging words to Amanda, the founder of H.O.O.V.E.S., and with each tweet TJ MAXX is giving $1 up to $5,000. Let’s help her reach her goal! You can start by seeing my tweet [here] & re-tweeting it & then posting your own tweet of encouragement with the hashtag #MaxxLifeLessons @TJMaxx  [it must have that hashtag to raise the money].

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I want to say thank you to you guys for always supporting me here on the blog & in everything we do in life. This is no different, I know that this cause may not be close to everyones heart, but every tweet means so much to me & to the veterans who will be receiving the therapy. Jose & I are excited to back such a great cause. I hope you all have a great weekend & as always, thank you for stopping by the blog today! xx


*I am working with TJ MAXX on this project, but as always all opinions are my very own.


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