Caring Crate Subscription Box Reveal*

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I can't remember if Caring Crate found me on Instagram or if I found them, but either way I'm so happy that we connected! I immediately checked out their links and fell in love with what they were doing. To help you get to know them a little bit better, I've included a little snippet from their about page below:

What Makes Caring Crate So Unique?
Caring Crate is a one-of-a-kind subscription service curating high-quality gift boxes filled with 4-5 full-sized health and wellness related products. We seek to provide you with the fun and thoughtful essentials necessary to care for your mind and body. Perfect for those suffering from chronic illness or experiencing mental health issues, Caring Crate's selection of goods are chosen specifically to help you feel better and feel good. 

After doing a little bit more research on the company, I reached out to the founder of Caring Crate. Janelle and I exchanged many emails and found that we actually have a lot in common! We both have a love for psychology and helping others, along with other similarities. 

It wasn't long before I knew that I wanted to work with Caring Crate. Janelle explained that her business was still in the beginning stages and she would be sending out their first box in May! 

It was definitely a long wait, but this box couldn't have come at a better time for me. I've been dealing with some more medical issues and I've been in a weird funk. I'm excited to explore this subscription box and enjoy all of the goodies inside! 


I absolutely loved that there was a personalized note inside!

 I also loved that there was a card that included the information for each product as well as the Caring Crate contact information. 

Caring Crate offers 1, 3, and 6 month subscription box plans and they can also be given as gifts!

I don't normally drink tea, but I have to say that these tea bags from Pluck Teas are adorable and they smell great! 

I'm excited to try this lemon and lavender organic body balm from Fable Naturals.

I have been wanting to find adult coloring books for FOREVER. Unfortunately, I haven't found any I've liked except for a few individual sheets on Etsy. I don't think you guys understand how excited I am to start using the Mindful Mandala Cards coloring kit!

My husband and I are big fans of Shark Tank and we actually watched the episode with Scratch & Grain. So, I'm super excited to make these muffins! I love coffee cake and I have always loved baking. It wasn't until this year that I've really had to stop cooking due to the heat. However, I'm going to push through it though for these sweets :) 

Not many people know this about me, but I actually used to enjoy gardening. I didn't hate agriculture class like the rest of the kids in middle school. In fact, my family and I even tried setting up a little garden in our backyard. Since a majority of gardening has to be outdoors, I've had to steer clear of it. The heat and my medications just don't mix well. So, this is the perfect solution! I'll have to check out the rest of Potting Shed Creations Garden-in-a-Bag options to see what else I can grow indoors!

As you can see, there are a wide variety of items that came in the Spring Awakening box. I have never personally signed up for a subscription box before, but my husband has. He loved the one that he used to get, but he never actually received anything useful. I can honestly say that I will try to use everything that came in this box! As I mentioned earlier, I don't drink tea, but I can still offer it to house guests. Every product from this Caring Crate box will get used and that's important to me when looking for the right subscription box.

Do you currently receive any subscription boxes? Which one's are your favorite?

* This post was sponsored by Caring Crate. They provided their product for a promotional blogpost. However, all opinions and comments are 100% honest and my own. *

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