Arianna Huffington Quarterly Box Review – #ARI03
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. (You can read the full letter in the ARI03 Spoiler Post).
Jawbone Up Move – Value $50
I received this in the Kevin Rose Quarterly box as well. I like it and I think I may give this one to my mom so we can share our data through their app. I used to have an original Jawbone Up and FitBit wristband, and my biggest issue with both fitness trackers was remembering to charge them, so I like that this one comes with a 6-month replaceable battery instead.
Yoga Warrior 365 DVD Set – Value $100
This is the item I am most excited about in the box. It gets excellent reviews on Amazon, and it is a complete 14-disc set. This also fits in so well with Arianna’s praise of the benefits of yoga and meditation.
Sleep Your Way to the Top Pillow Case – Value $29
This pillow case was made exclusively for the box by DENY Designs, so I used their pricing for a similar pillow case to get the value.
I love this fun play on words as a reminder of the importance of sleep in your career and life in general. The material has a soft silky feel, but it has a slight chemical smell, so I’ll be washing it before using it.
Look Up Stop Texting Bracelet – Value ?
This is another exclusive piece designed to remind you to pay attention to the world around you instead of looking at your phone. I like the idea behind the bracelet a lot, and I appreciate the simplicity of the design. My only issue with the bracelet it that the square shape makes it a little uncomfortable for me to wear.
Verdict: I really like this box! The value is likely over $200 (assuming the bracelet is worth at least $20), and I think that is great for a $100 box. The products also match perfectly with her Quarterly subscription theme, and her book Thrive.
What do you think of #ARI03?