The countdown has officially begun, only ten days until Christmas! If you’re a last minute shopper like me, the anxiety has just started. Well, fret no more mi amor! I have the BEST last minute gifts for everyone on your list. What could be more stress-free than subscription box? Wondering which one to send? I’ve done all the work for you.
Subscription boxes have been a huge trend for the last few years. The reason for their success, in my opinion, is that they are an affordable luxury that you can receive regularly. So surprise the people you love with a thoughtful and recurring gift.
There is a myriad of well-known boxes to choose from, I’m sure there’s one on the tip of your tongue. I wanted to focus on the interesting, friend specific boxes and maybe even introduce you to a few new options.
The Girly Girl
GlossyBox is a monthly beauty box. with deluxe size or full-size products.
The Health Nut
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Bestowed: Curated by celebrity nutritionist Heather Bauer, each box is filled with healthy tips and treats to try.
ChallengeBox is a subscription box for Fitbit owners. Members receive a personalized fitness challenge, the equipment to complete the challenge and a sample of healthy snacks.
Jacked Pack is a monthly supplement sample subscription. They offer 3-tiers of samples starting at $9.99 for the smallest box. Each box is customized to help you reach your fitness goals.
The Nature Buff
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Isle Box offers a selection of gear, snacks, accessories and other products perfect for the outdoor enthusiast.
The Nomadik sends 3-6 small useful items for their next camping trip. Nomadik also donates a portion of sales to help preserve the environment.
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FanMail is a fandom box made for lady geeks by lady geeks. This bi-monthly box includes carefully curated products from TV shows, movies, and books
The Monthly Prophet sends toys, exclusive shirts and quality bookish pieces focusing on fantasy, fairy tales, and science fiction stories.
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Book of the Month Club sends a book selected by a panel of judges (umm, Andy Cohen!). Members can then discussion their thoughts on Book of the Month’s boards.