Earthlove Box is a seasonal subscription box filled with eco-conscious goods for leading a holistic, more earth-centered life.
Each box will feature 6-8 full size items, spanning different categories like snacks, teas, books, wildcrafting, wellness, apothecary, aromatherapy, beauty, outdoor, gardening, home decor, apparel, accessories, and more. Earthlove Box sources products that are ethically responsible, including zero waste packaging, natural ingredients, cruelty-free, organic and non-GMO, gluten-free, beegan/vegan, and fair-trade. Subscribers will also get to vote on a new book to be included in each box, of which members will have their pick (out of 3 titles).
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Upon signing up, you’ll have the option of selecting either a vegan or “beegan” box (which means that everything is vegan except for bee and insect products sourced from ethical farmers).
Subscriptions are $59.95/quarter or less with annual plans. — For a limited time, you can save $5 on your first box with coupon code “LOVETHEEARTH“!
Let’s see what’s in the Winter 2021 Earthlove Box!
Everything was shipped in a brown box with a pink Earthlove Box sticker securing it closed. (I opened it to see what was inside prior to taking these photos. 😉 )
A peek inside!
A full-color info booklet/magazine included a list of everything inside the box, as well as brief descriptions and retail values for each one. It also include articles on how to hygge, ways to incorporate tea into your daily wellness routine, how to make all natural candles, and more.
How to Make a Plant Love You by Summer Rayne Oakes ($15.48, Amazon)
Every Earthlove Box includes one of three different books that you get to choose from, as voted on by active subscribers. The Winter 2021 box actually featured four selections — Cozy: The Art of Arranging Yourself in the World by Isabel Gillies, Unplug: A Day and Night Journal for Cultivating Off-Screen Well-Being, Miracle in the Mundane by Tyler Knott Gregson, or the title shown above.
When Summer Rayne Oakes moved to Brooklyn from the Pennsylvania countryside, she knew that bringing nature indoors was her only chance to stay sane. She found them by the side of the road, in long-forgotten window boxes, at farmers’ markets, and in local garden shops. She found ways to shelve, hang, tuck, anchor, secure, and suspend them. She even installed a 150-foot expandable hose that connects to pipes under her kitchen sink, so she only has to spend about a half-hour a day tending to her plants–an activity that she describes as a “moving meditation.”
This is Summer’s guidebook for cultivating an entirely new relationship with your plant children. Inside, you’ll learn to:
• Pause for the flowers and greenery all around you, even the ones sprouting bravely between cracked pavement
• Trust that your apartment jungle offers you far more than pretty décor
• See the world from a plant’s perspective, trading modern consumerism for sustainability
• Serve your chlorophyllic friends by learning to identify the right species for your home and to recreate their natural habitat (Bonus: your indoor garden won’t die!)
When we become plant parents, we also become better caretakers of ourselves, the people around us, and our planet. So, let’s step inside the world of plants and discover how we can begin cultivating our own personal green space–in our homes, in our minds, and in our hearts.
I’m awful at keeping plants alive (yes, even succulents), so maybe this book will help? We’ll see…
Spirit Wild Farm Organic Dream Pillow ($10 value)
I’ve been having a difficult time catching enough z’s lately, so this little dream pillow was a very welcome surprise. It’s filled with a combination of organic lavender (to soothe and bring quality restful sleep) and mugwort (to help reduce insomnia and enhance vivid dreams). To use, simply place the sachet under your pillow before going to bed. When the scent starts to fade, apply a few drops of essential oils to rejuvenate. 🙂
Huna Vegan Nourish Skin Nutrition Balm ($80 value)
This award-winning body balm is made with nourishing ingredients including calendula, organic mango butter, pomegranate, avocado, carrot, broccoli, and chia seed oil to soothe dry, damaged, dehydrated skin. To use, apply a small amount to your fingers to warm and massage over skin, focusing on dry/tight/inflamed areas. It can also be used as a cuticle conditioner or lip balm. Oh, and it’s 100% vegan friendly!
Lemonade Pursuits Botanical Nuance Puzzle ($30 value)
I’m not sure that I’ve ever received a puzzle from a subscription box, so this was a nice change of pace. Featuring an abstract floral painting by artist Susan Nethercote, the 1000-piece puzzle above even comes with a matching 8×10 print for framing once the puzzle is complete. The puzzle itself (when finished) measures 19.3 inches by 26.6 inches and is made in the USA using recycled chipboard and soy-based ink.
Woolzies All-Natural “Cabin” Candle ($20 value)
Candles are still one of my very favorite things to receive in subscription boxes. Subscribers were sent one of three different scents and I was thrilled to receive “Cabin” — a warm, earthy blend of patchouli and sandalwood. Woolzies candles are made with 100% natural ingredients including pure soy wax, real essential oils, and unbleached cotton wicks.
MEEMA Upcycled Napkins ($28 value)
Made from upcycled denim and cotton scraps, this set of four napkins makes it easy to reduce waste by replacing single-use products. MEEMA works with the Denim Project to prevent used textiles from ending up in landfills, saving tons of water in the process. The classic gray and white striped design makes them easy to fit into just about any decor style.
Tealightful Cozy Winter Morning Tea Blend ($16 value)
I’m really looking forward to trying this tea! — Not only because it sounds absolutely delicious, but it also looks like the company is based not to far from me in Rochester, NY. Very cool! The limited edition 100% vegan blend is made with all natural ingredients including certified organic black tea, organic peppermint, organic cacao shells, and vegan marshmallows. Yum!!
Also included in this quarter’s box was a 5×7 postcard/print with a winter botanical design. Pretty!
The Winter 2021 Earthlove Box may have been my favorite one yet! There were so many items that I loved, but if I had to choose my top picks would be the Organic Dream Pillow, Woolzies Candle, Lemonade Pursuits Puzzle, and Tealightful Tea. The total retail value of everything in this quarter’s box was an impressive $199.48! 😀 — Remember, for a limited time you can save $5 on your first box with coupon code “LOVETHEEARTH“!