Using #MasterBacktoSchool for Safety

This is a compensated post through Masterlock. All opinions are my own.

I honestly can't believe where the summer went! It seems just like yesterday that I was putting away the winter clothes and getting out all my summer dresses. And now it's time for the kids to go back to school! I remember when it was back to school time for me; I always hated getting a new locker. Every single year we all got new lockers in a new part of the school so of course we also got new locks. On our orientation day, we all got our combinations but I just couldn't remember mine at least for the first month. And I'm not alone in it either. 1 in 4 Americans say their child cannot always remember their combination or struggle to open their lock. So what do your kids do when they can't use their locks to keep their valuables safe?

Master Lock is the world’s largest manufacturer of padlocks and related security products, providing innovation security solutions for home, automotive, campus, power sports, bike and storage security needs since 1921. And they make a lot of amazing stuff to keep your valuables safe for back to school time. Like the 5900D SafeSpace which can hold electronic devices, keys, money, passports, watches, car keys and more. I love the idea of this product because you could put them inside your locker for even more protection for high value items.

If you lover Masterlock and want the chance to win cool prizes, check out the interactive game they're starting! Master Lock is hosting an interactive online game on the Master Lock Facebook page or at from July 15 – September 8 where consumers will have the chance to win gift cards, video games, electronics and Master Lock products. Every week a new game will feature a different animated lock on a another campus. Players will get a hint during the game to help them crack the code too.

Also make sure to join the Master Lock Twitter Party on August 6th at 8 PM EST, hosted by @ResourcefulMom with hashtag #MasterBacktoSchool. I can't wait to learn more about keep my kids' valuables safe when school is in session so I hope you join me!