Tick, tock, tick tock…Do you hear that? That’s holiday stress firmly implanting itself on your shoulders. And no matter how many back and shoulder rubs you try to con out of your partner, the stress is going to stay there until you manage to cross everyone off your to do list. So you’re going to thank me when you read this post, Gift Subscriptions for Everyone on Your List. Here you will find unique and varied subscription boxes that you can order online and have delivered to the people on your “nice” list—all without driving to the mall and dealing with the last-minute hysteria.
First off, let me introduce you to one of the most helpful websites about gifts that I have ever come across: My Subscription Addiction. They have subscription boxes broken down in any and all categories you can think of, and give you great insights on what the boxes entail and if they are right for the person you are buying for. I spent way too much time on this site (the possibilities are endless, I swear) so I am providing my highlights for the people in your life.
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Birch Box Man–$20, A grooming and lifestyle box that will send both necessities and fun extras. Lifestyle items include wallets, socks, belts, etc. and grooming items are typically product samples.
The Handy Box–$25, Great for those who love a “diy” project or those who are stuck with a “honey do” list every weekend. The box contains useful tools and gadgets for home projects.
Trunk Club—Starts at $40, An online shopping stylist will handpick 6-8 items for your wardrobe. You only pay for the shirts, pants, accessories, or shoes that you keep.
Mantry–$75, Each box includes premium food and beverages, handcrafted by artisanal suppliers. Unique themed boxes provide 5-6 full size super premium foods.
Birch Box–$10, A variety of samples, delux size samples and full sized products for all of your beauty needs.
Stitch Fix–$20, An online shopping stylist will handpick 5 items for your wardrobe based on your likes and dislikes. You only pay for what you keep and can give very specific feedback to tailor your box to your needs. The $20 fee is counted towards any clothing item you wish to keep.
Vegan Cuts Beauty Box–$20, Cruelty free beauty products, each box includes 4-7 products at over $35 value.
Pop Sugar Must Have–$40, A collection of must have products as determined by social media for beauty, fashion, home, and fitness. Each box provides over $100 worth of goods.
Madison and Rayne–$60, Weekly meal subscription. Pick recipes each week and they will ship you any and all ingredients you may need. For more info, as well as a discount code, go here.
Box Me Mommy—Each box includes 4-5 top rated and full sized products from up and coming or established businesses. $1 is donated from each box to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. 3 options: Only Mommy, $21, Mommy & Me, $29, Mommy & Us, $29.
Nature Box–$20, 5 different wholesome and minimally processed snacks that provide 15-20 servings. Can tailor your box for any and all allergies.
Bark Box–$29, For the furriest family member, dog toys and treats based on your dog’s size and breed.
Kiwi Crate–$20, This arts and crafts kit gives all of the materials, instructions, and inspiration to create. Can tailor the boxes to ages and interests; all boxes focus on art, science, and imaginative play. To learn all about this awesome craft subscription box, check out my review here.
Little Passports–$12, Follow Sam and Sofia as they explore the world. The first box comes with a suitcase, letters from Same and Sofia, a map, passport, stickers, etc. Specific country boxes are also available.
Appleseed Lane–$24, This science and engineering box includes 3-4 math and science activities with different developmental levels.
Bluum–$25, Customized by age, this box subscription service provides full size items for baby/toddler, as well as 1 or 2 things for mom.
Hope this gift roundup proves helpful to you when tackling your last-minute gifting. I have only used Kiwi Crate for my kiddos (such a great way to be a “Pinterest Perfect” mom if you ask me) and I LOVE my Stitch Fix boxes (It’s like Christmas morning every time they arrive), so I’m excited to check out some new subscriptions this year.
Since you can shop while in your pajamas with reality tv playing in the background and a delicious drink in your hand (no wrapping, either!), I really don’t think you can go wrong. Just looking out for my last minute shoppers, ahem, my gorgeous sister!