On the Go

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Energems.

The last two days were brutal! I worked from 8am-2pm and then spent my afternoons and evenings buzzing all over the city. After work Monday I hung out in Harvard Square with a friend from Texas that I hadn't seen in years, then I went shopping with a friend in Downtown crossing, and attended the Candice Wu show at the W Hotel. Tuesday I had appointments in both Brookline and the Fenway, stopped for a bite at Tasty Burger in between, and then attended a party at Mizu Boston. Sometimes life is just go, go, go. I had a little secret weapon in my purse though; after work and before heading to events I ate a few Energems. 

Energems are bite sized, candy coated supplements. Think of them as super charged M&Ms with caffeine, B vitamins and a unique energy blend. Eating just three of these supplements is like drinking a cup of coffee, and a whole box (9 gems) is like an extra large energy drink. No waiting in line, no fussing with your coffee, no bitter carbonated drinks, just a quick jolt in a few bites.

They're available in three flavors, Chocolate Charge, Mint Fusion, and Peanut Butter Blast. I've been eating these in lieu of coffee this week and it's certainly much more convenient. I just toss a box in my purse in the morning and have a few as I go about my day. Would you try something like Energems?

Energems are energy supplements that are bite-sized, hard-coated gems made with real milk chocolate. Designed for the modern, on-the-go consumer, they contain caffeine, B vitamins and a proprietary energy blend. Think of them as a great alternative to traditional energy drinks and energy shots!
You can try Energems absolutely for FREE! Just click over to their Facebook fan page and sign up now: http://bit.ly/1a7clXz.
Energems are a delicious and low-calorie way to boost your energy, focus and concentration! Please visit http://energems.net/ for more info.

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Energems, all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.

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