Peaches & Petals Subscription Box: January 2018 Review
The new year has firmly planted itself, and we are plugging along, moving all to quickly. When I received the January Peaches and Petals box there was no real theme, although it had a cold weather vibe to it.
Peaches & Petals Subscription Box: December 2017 Review
December has come and gone and man am I exhausted! I need a to take a moment and relax and unwind. When I received the December Peaches and Petals box and saw the theme was “Let’s Get Cozy” I saw it as my chance to take that much needed time to read and catch up on my mental well-being.
Gifts for Cats & Cat Lover’s
This post has affiliate links but this in no way will influence the post to follow and all opinions are my own.
Each of these items on my list are items that I have either reviewed or own/use at my home with either myself or the cats. That being said, I would purchase any of these items for a friends and family 0 they are all great for cat ladies, cat men and everyone in -between. Impossible to go wrong with any item on this list.
If you are a cat guardian, cat fan or even just appreciate cats then you will love this feline take on the property board game called Cat-Opoly by Late for the Sky. This game has all the details that cat lovers will appreciate from the cat boxes (the homes) and the fish bones (the hotels). Each property is replaced with a cat breed and the values include each step of financial increase and the back of each deed contains fun facts about cats that are featured on the board. Its the traditional property trading game with some cat-astrophic twists included. Almost every major cat breed is represented in the property cards and this will give you and your cat friends hours of fun!
Let me start by saying that the products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of MunchPak.com. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.
Munch Pak Mini Review – Subscription Service
I am usually very apprehensive to eating things out of packages that I can not read, or even decipher. Something inside of me shifted when I realized that almost 40 years of my life has sprinted by and I might really be missing out on something. In my quest to expand my taste buds and explore my otherwise adventure-less side, I decided to reach out to Munch Pak. In response to my request they were kind enough to send me a Munch Pak Mini for my review.
Let me be honest, I did not know what to expect. I perused their website before I received my package and noticed that they had numerous options to customize the box that I could receive.
The options to customize were numerous and included the inclusion or exclusion of nuts, salty, sour, sweet, spicy, chewy, crunchy, gummy, seafood, meat, candy, chips, cookies, foreign snacks and American snacks. Each of these options do have an additional $1.00 fee. Munch Pak also offer’s a drink option for an additional $5.00 and include coffee and non-coffee options that can be included in your box.
Let me start by saying that the products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of TasteGuru.com. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.
Taste Guru Monthly Subscription – February Box Review
A couple posts ago I mentioned about “must haves” and if we are not willing to try new items then we may miss out on a new thing we “must have”. This review is all about experimentation and finding the our new favorite product.
I am constantly on a quest to expand, and Taste Guru was nice enough to support this endeavor by sending us a box to review. The first thing I have to say about this box was it was shocking how heavy it was, I never expected a weight to the box. When I opened the box it was clear to my what attributed to the additional weight – the box was packed tight.
Let me start by saying that the products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of FitSnack.com. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.
Fit Snack Monthly Subscription – April Box Review
The thing I like the most about being a review blogger is the fact that I get to constantly try new things. This concept is overall new to me, as I have always been very brand loyal and not really open to trying new items. The shift occurred when I realized that if I did not expand my palette I might be missing out on something i would otherwise love. I am happy to say that at least once a week I discover a new “must have” and am constantly looking for new things I can not live without.
The bonus about monthly subscription boxes are that each month there is the great possibility that I will find a new must have. Fit Snack was generous enough to send me box and I could not wait to share it with you all. The box is a bright teal, and branded on the front for instant visual confirmation of what you have received. The contents were packed like a tetris game and all arrived safe.
Each box contains between 6-9 items, as well as a couple informational cards. On one side of this months card had an exercise to help get the beach abs women crave this time of the year, and on the other side is the list of what is in the box – the manifest. Also included are a couple other fliers elaborating on information or offers contained in the box.
Let me start by saying that the products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Smart Art. This in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.
Smart Art Monthly Subscription Review – April Box
I am a crafty person and I enjoy DIY’s and creating something out of a bunch of materials. The concept that a piece of clay can become a sculpture, paint and canvas can become a priceless work of art and a simple block can become a 3 dimensional figurine inspires me to create each day.
When I began my eventual love of crafts I had little to no direction of what craft I wanted to become proficient in. Back then I had no choice but to take $50.00 to the local craft store and walk the isles in hopes that something new and different would jump out at me. This happen a couple of times but not nearly enough to make me feel like I was always learning something new. Flash forward 25 years later and the introduction of monthly subscription boxes and Smart Art.
Smart Art is a monthly subscription box that each month introduces the artist to a new art medium. Each month Smart Art send the artist between 8-11 trial/full size products as well as including tips and project ideas. Smart Art was kind enough to send us the April box to review.
Let me start by saying that the products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of GeekFuel.com. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.
Geek Fuel Monthly Subscription – April Box Review
The geek world is a special place to live. The geeks of the world live in a world of super heroes, bionic organs and where there are no limitations on what is possible. The biggest and most anticipated event in Geekdom is the release of “The Avengers”, and with this in mind Geek Fuel curated a Marvel themed box for April.
This is not my first Geek Box review (see previous review, click here) so I had a general idea of what to expect. I had also received an email half way through the month from Geek Fuel announcing that this months box would contain a licensed item from DC Comics.
Let me break down the contents of this months box under the cute sticker and silver wrapping paper:
BuddhiBox Monthly Subscription Review and Giveaway – April Box
Calm, Peaceful and Serene, these are all words I would use to describe yoga but not myself. I love that I get this monthly box of calm and peacefulness in my mailbox.
A couple of months ago I had the opportunity to review the February BuddhiBox (click here to see that review) and was lucky enough to have a chance to review the new April box.
When I opened the box I was again greeted by wonderfully folded green tissue paper and 3 cardboard information cards sealed with a sticker. One card had the “Goddess Pose” pose that shows the pose as well as the benefits and cautions when using that pose. There was a recipe for a “Blueberrry Bliss Goddess Bars” that is made using only 4 ingredients (coconut, blueberries, maple syrup and vanilla beans). The final information card included was a box content listing and the following quote:
I bow to all woman. To our strength, to our softness, to our wisdom, to our beauty. – Elena Brower
Let me start by saying that the products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of ReggieBox.com. This in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.
Reggie Box Monthly Subscription Review – April Box
There is nothing that can bring happiness to an otherwise overcast day then seeing dogs play. It does not matter if they play with other dogs, their own toys, their humans or a combination of all three! During a recent birthday party for our human best friend, we decided to gift his best friends with a box courtesy of ReggieBox.com.
The Reggie Box is a monthly box that generally has 4-6 full size items. The April Reggie Box had 5 full size items. The box arrived and there is no doubt what company sent this box, due to the stamp with the blue dog on the top of the box. The box comes nicely packaged with white tissue paper. When opened and the tissue paper parts that is when the fun for you and your dog begins. The following was included in this months box: