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By Amy Lee
“All good things are wild and free” - Henry David Thoreau
My subscription box obsession helps me to survive the four months of harsh winter.
Earthlove Box brings me such joy as it is meaningfully curated by its wonderful founder and farmer from Washington, Serina. You can feel the thought and love put into the Earthlove Box with each item being eco friendly and conscious living.
Pick a Book
Customization of the book title is an exciting new feature for annual subscribers. Earthlove is currently rolling out the book customisation by testing it before further releasing it. It is intended for annual members to pick first, then seasonal members. The options are meaningful and conscious raising. If you do not pick a book by the deadline, Earthlove will randomly select a title for you. However, I would have been happy to have received any of these titles.
The first choice is Falter: Has the Human Game Begun to Play Itself Out? Bill McKibben argues we should be saving our souls as well as our planet.
The second choice is The End of the Ocean, a futuristic novel about survival and climate action with characters crossing paths in 2019 and 2041.
The third choice is Homegrown: Illustrated Bites from Your Garden to Your Table. This is a delightfully illustrated gardening and cook book to complete the coffee table. I ended up choosing this book as I figured it is a book I can go back to again and again for new ideas and recipes.
Farmer's Market Tote Bag by Spirit Wild Farm
Although I knew I would be receiving a market tote bag from my Spring Causebox, I was still pleased to receive a market tote bag from Earthlove box. It has multi pockets and sleeves which will be practical once I venture the local farmers market again. I think I can even use this as a library book bag!
Spring Salt & Chef's Pinch Bowl by Only Salt
The wooden design and curves of this salt pinch bowl is smooth and aesthetically pleasing. It sits beautifully with other cooking essentials on my kitchen bench top.
I am glad I took a photo of the Impact Snacks Dark Chocolate Brownie Bar as I finished eating it by the end of my box opening. It was tasty and not too sweet so I happily ate it without any guilt.
The Organic All-Natural Foot Cream by Bethann was a blessing due to the harshness of this winter. My heels was pampered with a soothing makeover. I enjoyed the cooling effect from the mint, eucalyptus, grape-seed and spearmint oil. The Farmer's Balm had a gorgeous incense aroma.
I always love receiving natural hand soap bars and this lemongrass soap by Cleancult was refreshing and citrus. I can't wait to plant the Pollinator Seeds by American Meadows.
The all-natural fragrance free laundry strips are useful with the feel good factor that it is environmentally friendly. My first wash was made easy with just tearing off the packet and the load was fresh and clean.
Book of the Season
Organic Cotton Multi-Pocket Farmer's Market Tote Bag by Spirit Wild Farm
Plastic free Spring Salt & Chef's Pinch Bowl Starter Kit by Only Salt
Dark Chocolate Brownie Superfood Bar by Impact Snacks
Organic All-Natural Foot Cream & Refill handmade by Bethann of the Farmers Touch Hudson Valley
DREAM CBD Tincture handmade by Batch_by-whs
All-Natural Fragrance Free Laundry Strips by True Earth Movement
Natural Lemongrass Hand Soap Bar by CleanCult
Pollinator Seeds by American Meadows
This box was reviewed at own cost. Affiliate program benefits may be earned by referrals.
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