New Product Review: Essentially Simple Box

These days it seems pretty easy to get hooked up with a subscription box. Right? Clothing…specialty food…books…there are even boxes for our pets! And while the idea of getting something other than bills in the mail is pretty appealing to me, I never really came across a box that I thought I could totally get on board with…until now. I’ve found it, folks! I’ve found “the one”!

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The Essentially Simple Box is a brand new 100% pure, therapeutic-grade essential oil kit! I kid you NOT! This box is for those who want to improve their quality of life and are curious about the amazing benefits of essential oils but are not sure where to start. (Ding ding ding! We have a winner!!!) Essentially Simple literally simplifies the complex world of essential oils by introducing subscribers to one new oil each month, and teaching them how to create several natural home products so they can have a healthier and more vibrant life. Hello! Isn’t that what we ALL want?

Now, if you’ve been around the blog for any length of time, you know that I’m just starting to get into essential oils. While I LOVE them, and the benefits they can provide my family, I won’t lie: I’m also pretty overwhelmed by them. So when I was offered the opportunity to check out Essentially Simple’s first box ever…well. Count me IN!


From the get-go, the attention to detail was clear and much appreciated. I mean, down to the seal that held the entire package together!

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Little Caesar’s Pizza Kits

As we’re deep into the second half of the school year, thoughts are turning towards fundraisers! Now, when I think of fundraisers, I think of kids trying to sell me candy bars, tubs of cookie dough and rolls of wrapping paper. To be fair, I normally do buy from any kids who solicit from me – I’m a softie. And hey, some of that wrapping paper is good stuff that lasts FOREVER!

But it’s normally the same ol’ stuff every time. And while the kids all take their turns selling different items, I would imagine that the parents might get tired of offering the same products to all of their friends and families. So when Christina Castillo contacted me to tell me about a NEW kind of fundraiser from Little Caesar’s, I thought it was a great idea! Here’s what she had to share:

Amidst the busiest time of school, it always seems that the marching band needs to raise money for new uniforms, the cheerleading team is looking for ways to fund their next national competition, and the football team is drumming up money to make the annual homecoming game another huge success. Selling Christmas wrapping paper door-to-door and school spirit buttons at lunchtime may have been viable solutions for our grandparents’ fundraising problem, but today, candy bars that sell for $2 each are lackluster attempts to say the least. There are better (and more delicious!) ways to raise funds for your next big event! It’s time to stand out and have a little more fun!





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