Lit-Cube is a subscription based service that offers subscribers “awesome books and high quality book-geekery products” on a monthly basis. Lit-Cube recently offered a pre-Black Friday sale on their grab boxes! Pricing of a Grab Box was as follows:
$19.99 for one Grab Box
I almost forgot I ordered this Lit-Cube Grab Box! Actually, I ordered two!! Even though the stickers says not to open until Christmas, I’m digging in now!!
Continue reading Lit-Cube Grab Box December 2015
Bocandy is a “candy subscription box from around the world”. This subscription was created out of a love for international candies and each box is filled with candies that are hard to find in the US. There are two different boxes available: Full Size and Half Size. Pricing is as follows, all include free shipping:
$15 for one month
$42 for three months
$78 for six months
$132 for twelve months
$8.50 for one month
$25 for three months
$49 for six months
$97 for twelve months
This is my first Bocandy box! Sadly, my box arrived a little bent out of shape. Hopefully, everything is still in one piece inside!
Continue reading Bocandy September 2015 Review
Snack Nation is a subscription based service that delivers a box of heathy snacks to offices each month. Snack Nation states that offices that provide snacks will enhance productivity, increase happiness, and boost your bottom line! They offer four different size boxes:
Incubator is for 1-19 employees, providing 140-160 snacks
Start-Up is for 20-39 employees, providing 280-320 snacks
Venture is for 40-74 employees, providing 420-480 snacks
Enterprise is for 75+ employees, providing 560-640 snacks
Currently, Snack Nation is offering a sample box for free that costs only $9.95 for shipping. This is a review of my sample box.
I’m so excited to see what snacks the “snack-scientists” have picked out for us!
Continue reading Snack Nation September 2015 Review
Pennie Post is a subscription based service that delivers at least “three new stationery items each month so all that’s left is your thoughtful message”. Pricing is as follows, both include free shipping:
$11 for one month
$10.23 per month with a subscription
My girls and I thought I must have received a wedding invitation when this fancy, thick envelope arrived yesterday.
Continue reading Pennie Post September 2015 Review
Okie Goodies is a subscription based service that delivers “a themed box filled with a few of the best goodies” that are “grown, mixed, or made by small businesses across Oklahoma”. Pricing is as follows:
$30 + $4.95 for one box
$27 + $4.95 per month for three boxes
$25 + $4.95 per month for six boxes
— USE COUPON CODE TNT25 to receive 25% off any Okie Goodies Box or O! Fudge Box subscription!
I know almost nothing about Oklahoma…making me SO excited to be receiving this box full of Oklahoma goodies!!
DISCLOSURE: THIS BOX IS A COMPLIMENTARY BOX SENT BY OKIE GOODIES IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW
Continue reading Okie Goodies July 2015 Review
Whole Foods offered their first beauty bag a few months ago! This is their third bag, called “Travel Like a Pro“. It is “packed with airplane-friendly sizes of some of our favorite products.” According to Whole Foods, the retail value is $40, but you can purchase it as a collection for $6.99. I loved the last two bags, so I’m excited to have purchased their travel bag.
I’m also giving away a Travel Like a Pro bag! You can enter the contest here!
I’m a sucker for a cute bag and this one sure is cute! Continue reading Whole Foods Travel Like a Pro August 2015 Review
The Better Half Box is a relatively new subscription based service that allows subscribers to choose to subscribe to the “gals” box or the “guys” box, which is sent on a monthly basis. Pricing is as follows for both boxes, including free shipping:
$39.99 for one month
$36.99 per month for twelve months
I reviewed last month’s “Gals” box and I wasn’t exactly thrilled with it. This month, I’m going to review the “Guys” box. I’m hoping it’s better than my expectations for it is.
DISCLOSURE: THIS POST CONTAINS REFERRAL LINKS. SEE “HOW WE REVIEW…” FOR MORE DETAILS
Continue reading Better Half (Guys) Box July 2015 Review
Foxy Boxes is a brand new subscription box. There are four choices of boxes and several plans to choose from. The available boxes are: Paleo, Vegan, Endurance, or Gym Goer. Their site states that “Each box option is loaded with 8-12 FULL size and sample size products specific to your lifestyle! Typically includes, supplements, protein, hydration, energy boosters, skincare, healthy snacks, super cute accessories and more!!” Pricing is as follows, including free shipping:
$29.99 for one box
$27.99 per box for three boxes
$25.99 per box for six boxes
My Foxy Box arrived shortly after ordering. It’s their debut box and I’m excited to see what’s in it!
Continue reading Foxy Boxes July 2015 Review
Whole Foods offered their first beauty bag a few months ago! This is their second bag, called “Ready for Action“. It contains a “curated collection of supplies for active summer living, including sunscreen, aloe, electrolyte tablets and superfood shake mixes.” According to Whole Foods, the retail value is $50, but you can purchase it as a collection for $12. I loved the beauty bag, so I’m excited to have purchased their summer bag.
Included in the bag is a card detailing all the products and a couple of coupons. All the summer goodies came in this cute little burlap bag:
Continue reading Whole Foods Ready for Action Summer 2015 Review
Bespoke Post is a subscription based service that offers subscribers “a themed collection of goods to create a box that upgrades your day-to-day.” Each month different boxes are offered to subscribers to choose from. Pricing is as follows:
$45 per month with free shipping
I decided to order Bespoke Post for hubby for Father’s Day. I was getting nervous about receiving the box in time for his big day…luckily, it arrived a few days before today! I elected to receive the “Roast” box since he is such a coffee snob!!
DISCLOSURE: THIS POST CONTAINS REFERRAL LINKS. SEE “HOW WE REVIEW…” FOR MORE DETAILS.
Continue reading Bespoke Post June 2015 Review