Happy Sunday, everybody! I hope you’re having a nice weekend. I wanted to pop in and share a few things before finishing up the last of August’s subscription box reviews. Most importantly, I didn’t want you to miss out on the chance to win this lovely dotty rim teapot and mug set from KARE Toronto. The giveaway ends tonight on Instagram. #gifted Continue reading “Five things”
I received the Kids Hygge Box in exchange for an honest review.
“And what is hygge in a few words? It’s homeyness, coziness, and togetherness. It is bonding with those you love and who make you feel safe. Snuggling on the couch under a blanket with your loved ones. Going berry picking and eating more berries than are going into the bucket. Playing games with friends and family well past your bedtime.” — Hygge in a Box
Well we’ve had a lot of togetherness over the past few months and it hasn’t all been hygge (😬😬), but now that summer is winding down and school is on the horizon I feel like we’ve been at each other less and enjoying each other more. Making lasting memories trying small, simple things in all of a few minutes or an afternoon — making beeswax candles, building our first birdhouse, playing tic-tac-toe. All of the makings were in our Kids Hygge Box from Hygge in a Box. The Canadian co. curates seasonal and stand-alone collections of hygge treasures, recipes and DIYs from Canadian makers available by subscription or single box. The Kids Hygge Boxes varied but here’s a look at ours. Continue reading “Making lasting memories trying small, simple things: Inside the Kids Hygge Box from Hygge in a Box”