Day 12: Green, Growth, and Glad Tidings
Here is a recap of all of the 12 Days of My Mug and Me:
Day 1: Favorite Coffee Shop Drink
Day 2: Anyone Care for a Cuppa Tea?
Day 3: Eggnog Shake and a Smile
Day 4: Unleaded Cocktails Anyone?
Day 5: Peppermint Hot Chocolate
Day 6: No Soup For You?
Day 7: Creative Use for a Common Problem
Day 8: Chai Tea for You and Me
Day 9: Good Ol’ Eggnog
Day 10: Granola Loving Camping People
Day 11: An Apple a Day will Keep the Doctor Away
Welcome to Day 12 – the final day of My Mug and Me series. Today’s Travel Mug use is for anyone who needs a little pick me up.
What’s in the Mug?
Water. Why water? Well the Travel Mug is not only conducive to drinking water out of but it also makes a great back up watering container for your plants. My office plant which contains a variety of herbs needs watering frequently. The Travel Mug works great as a watering container as the lid prevents the water from spilling everywhere. My computer does not like to get wet!
Did you know?
· One bushel of corn will sweeten more than 400 cans of pop
· The California redwood are the tallest and largest living organism in the world
· Both George Washington and Thomas Jefferson grew cannabis sativa (marijuana) on their plantations
· (Source: http://sophia.smith.edu/badseeds/plantfacts.html)
Great Gift Idea
This is a great gift idea for the plant lovers on your gift list. A beautiful plant for their office/cubicle, an RU Motivated Travel Mug, and an offer to plant sit the plant if they go on vacation. Ok so the last bit was for fun but I am sure they would appreciate the offer!
Today is the final day of the 12 Days of My Mug and Me series.
I wanted to take a moment to extend my sincerest gratitude for those that have been reading and enjoying the 12 Days of My Mug and Me series. It was a lot of fun to come up with the creative gift ideas and uses for the Travel Mug. I hope you have had some fun and received some good gift ideas.
Wishing you safe and fun holidays.
Susan and T-Mug
(Picture: The RU Motivated Travel Mug filled with water, watering the herb plant)
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