Subscription Boxes

Here’s a rundown of a few subscription boxes I find the most alluring. I haven’t tried some of them yet, but it’s on the list!

Fit Snack – $21/month

Fit Snack

“At Fit Snack we value variety, while focusing ensuring each product always contains at least two of the following: Non-GMO , High in Protein, Low in Sugar, Gluten Free, Organic, Raw, Vegan and All Natural.”

Each box deliver 7-10 snack products and a workout suggestion card. I like the idea of being exposed to curated healthy snacking options, which gives a variety to my diet.

Sock Fancy – $12/month

Sock Fancy

Uhh, you get some new, cool socks monthly. And let’s be honest, can we ever have enough socks? Or shouldn’t we be changing out our socks more often? Lastly, what’s the one thing we never pack enough of when traveling? SOCKS.

Sock Fancy, the Atlanta-based sock company, was started in 2013 by two lifelong friends as a simple solution to a growing frustration. Finding the perfect pair of comfortable, durable, and thoughtfully-designed socks was often too difficult, too expensive, and too inconvenient. Sock Fancy set out to change that by delivering fantastically designed and expertly crafted socks right to your door every month. Today, Sock Fancy has grown into a team of 15 and has shipped nearly half a million socks to over 85 countries around the world.

Simple Loose Leaf – $13/month

Simple Loose Leaf

The thing about subscription boxes is that it makes life a tad bit easier by exposing us to new things that we wouldn’t normally find ourselves. To be more precise, it also saves us all that time from research and doing cost comparisons. That’s why I think getting tea is a good idea. It’s a healthy habit, gets is exploring new options, and it’s delivered right to our door.

When you open your box of tea each month you’ll find a simple package that was assembled with care and purpose.

You’ll find your four loose leaf teas, each packaged in resealable pouches that let you sample and save. We also include reusable linen tea filters that are made in Kansas on historic machines, some over 70 years old. These lovely little pouches are perfect for single cup brewing.

And lastly, you’ll find an unassuming folded insert that talks about what teas we’ve featured and what to look for when brewing your teas.

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