A Mid-January Day – An Update
As quick as time flies by, so does my life. I can not believe that we are already into the 20’s of January – wasn’t it just New Year’s Eve?
There are a couple big things happening around here including preparations for a trip, construction on my tiny home prepping it for sale and going through my father’s house.
Let me start by saying that the products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Escape Monthly. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.
Escape Box Luxe Monthly – May – Subscription Box Review
Let’s be honest, vacations are not only expensive but for many people an impossibility. From the time off requests, to the loss of pay, the costs of hotel and eating there is just not enough resources to go on a vacation.
Escape Monthly Luxe box contains more than 12 regional items for the location of that months box. These are items made locally and are handcrafted, locally made and often locally sourced. This months theme was the Rocky Mountains and features destination inspired goodies from the chosen area, The box was packed full of goodies such as:
Centential Keychain – $ 4.95 : From National Park Bark, this is a keychain celebrating the 100th birthday of the Rocky Mountain National Park (1915 – 2015). It measures to a 1 1/4 inches square, made of sustainable hardwood.
Salus Bath Bomb – $2.95 : This is a bath bomb (a 2cm golf ball sized fizzy for the bathtubs and baths). There are more than 30 scents available, while we received “Mountain Mint” scented bomb.
Adventure Ecopack – $ 4.95 : This SPF 30 sunscreen comes with a carabiner attached for easy storage. It is water resistant for up to 40 minutes and comes in a refillable pouch. This was not super greasy and would be good for car trips in which you are exposed to excessive amounts of sun.