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USA Love List’s Weekly Recap: Oscars, leap day, & Wisconsin

Ah, we made it!  This post means it is the weekend! But we are thinking ahead to next week already because USA Love List is going to have some exciting news to share mid-week so stay tuned. Did you see our post-Oscars “red carpet to runway” look using all American-made fashion? Our fashion editor Jill Homiak is blowing everyone away with her Made in USA Monday style series. Amanda Maurer of weighed in on her favorite Wisconsin products. Cheese? Check. Bratwurst? Check. If you've spent any time in Wisconsin, you'll want to let us know if we missed anything. We also did a product review of a Made in USA Goodbyn lunchbox, assisted by our resident eight-year-old reviewer. For a streamlined, no-waste, well balanced lunch, it gets our thumbs up. Finally, we have two Made in USA giveaways going on this week and announced a winner on another: One is for a big box of eco-friendly 3-ring binders, tabs and folders from Naked Binder, made in Des Moines, Iowa. The other one is for a luxurious “Green & Clean” body and bath gift set from Dolce Mia, made in Northern California. We also announced the winner of our collegiate hoodie giveaway with School House in North Carolina. They are a great company with a fascinating story, so if you haven't seen that post do check it out. If...

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Product Review: Goodbyn Lunchbox from UnCommon Goods is easy to pack and Made in the USA

USA Love List loves shopping with UnCommon Goods. Although they are not specifically a Made in USA catalog, they do feature hundreds of American-made items, both handmade and domestically manufactured, and every item is clearly labeled by country of origin. For this reason, we are glad to participate in a partnership between USA Love List and Uncommon Goods to share and review some of their unique and lovely gifts made in the USA.  My kids are really enjoying getting in on the Made in USA action, especially when they get to help review products.  When this black, oddly shaped container arrived and I told my eight year old it was his new lunch box, he looked at me quizzically but immediately perked up when he saw the two sheets of stickers. He grabbed the lid and set about giving his Goodbyn a personality while I pondered packing it. Having lived in Japan for a while, we were all familiar with bento boxes, the intricately packed lunchboxes assembled by loving mothers or sold in train stations, but this box was quite a bit larger.  Immediately I liked that it contained a drink container.  I have long used a thermos with my kids because I don't like the expense and the waste of juice boxes plus my kids generally prefer milk or water. The other segments seemed big to me though and I wondered...

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