The new kid on the block in terms of subscription boxes is Kinder beauty Box. a vegan & cruelty free box filled with beauty + skincare items. The boxes are curated by actresses Evanna Lynch, (who played my favorite Harry potter character) Daniella Monet, and Andrew Bernstein. Advocating a plant based lifestyle and that is reflected in the title. Why not live a kinder life with the products that you use.
This is an honest review of the January Kinder beauty Box box, which is unfortunately sold out, but a peek of what’s to come in their upcoming boxes. A monthly plan starts at $24. Each box will contain 3-4 full-sized products and samples that are 100% vegan, cruelty-free, and palm oil-free. The box and contents made from 100% recycled materials and is also biodegradable. A portion of all sales benefits animal rights charities. It’s wonderful that they are choosing products that are palm oil free because elevates the products in terms of social consciousness but also doing the work for you.
Subscription boxes can be that glimmer of curiosity and joy when you come home. But whose to say it can’t be the same for your pup?
Dapper Dog Box
is a monthly subscription service for your furbabies that include healthy treats, cute toys and a beautiful bandana. Each month has a different theme which I think is fitting and you’ll receive a seasonal variety of pet selections.
Mimi is my shih-tzu pup. She’s quite particular about treats and toys, she is quite insistent on cuddling up and joining you wherever you sit. She’s the spark in my life and I love to spoil her with treats whenever I can
I am one of those people who will always look at a new year as a clean state. Truthfully it channels the possibility of renewal, the path to forgiveness and growth.
In my possession is a new journal. One that is significantly for my hopes, dreams, to reconnect with my self + heart. One that channels my passion and creativity. The goal of this journal I to document my healing and let that growth evolve.
Inky blue with constellations etched throughout the cover. I think it’s fitting given how airy I can be. The purpose is also to ground because it’s my move to fill and reflect the pages with introspection and resolutions.
Here’s what I know: if you have a rough day it’s absolutely acceptable to nap and let your body + mind unwind. It may even be necessary to indulge in a warm night time shower to come out renew. There’s nothing wrong with warming up a bowl of oatmeal that’s sweetened with dried berries and cinnamon. Each spoonful enveloping you with it’s warmth, nourishing you with flavor, even at midnight when you finally have some peace to yourself.
I’m learning that I need to continuously come clean with myself. To confront myself and not hide away. I’m learning that it’s okay to pick up the pieces of yourself that hurt. This is how you develop strength. Release each breath, deep and cathartic as it may be. Allow yourself to feel because believe me your body longs to let everything out. This is how I revive myself through a difficult time.