Arianna Huffington Quarterly Box Review – #ARI02
This is the second Arianna Huffington Quarterly box. Her box is focused on health, wellness and mindfulness. (I think it is a really unique theme for a subscription box!)
A little more about Arianna from Quarterly:
Arianna Huffington is the editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post Media Group and author of fourteen books. She sends items that help her take her mother’s advice: “Don’t Miss the Moment.”
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Arianna Huffington Quarterly Box
The Cost: $100
The Products: Items that follow Arianna’s mother’s advice, “Don’t miss the moment.”
Ships to: US and Worldwide (additional shipping costs for Canada and International orders).
Delivered via: USPS
Check out all of my Arianna Huffington Quarterly Box reviews!
Each Quarterly box comes with a letter from the curator detailing the items included. This letter was missing the pages on the reverse sides, so I emailed Quarterly for the full letter. Here it is in case your package had an incomplete letter too:
Urbanears Medis Earbuds – Value $44
These earbuds are specially designed to actually stay in your ear. The earbuds are a little intimidating looking at first since they are larger than the standard earbud, but I gave them a try and I was impressed that they were both comfortable and stayed in place. (I didn’t try them for hours at a time though, so I can’t weigh in on long term comfort yet).
philosophy Renewed Hope in a Jar – 1 oz Value $23.50
This is a relatively new philosophy product – it is not even available on the philosophy site yet! It’s a lightweight formula, (from what I can tell from reviews lighter than the original hope in a jar), and it does have fragrance, but I don’t mind the scent.
I feel like I’ve seen the Sugar Impact Diet book everywhere lately, so I’m intrigued by this DVD and I may pick up the book. (It seems very in line with the documentary Fed Up too). (I thought the bar was pretty good – I’m just not a big fan of the sweetener taste of Stevia).
I really enjoyed Thrive from her last box, so I’m hoping I like this book just as much. I’m only about a chapter into it though, so it hasn’t really grabbed me yet.
Arianna also included a month pre-paid subscription to Eckhart Tolle TV – Value $14.95
Nap Wrap – $20
This nap wrap works for quite a few different needs:
I don’t travel that often, so I may gift this to someone who needs it more!
Verdict: I like this box a lot – not as much as the first one, but I’m thinking I may like it even more with time. (That happened with the first Arianna box as well. I liked it when I opened it, but after using the products for months I absolutely loved it!)
What do you think of #ARI02?