Loved + Blessed is a super affordable subscription box that sends a monthly “box of encouragement” for women of faith.
Each box will follow a different theme and consist of a mini poster for your home or office, a repositionable reminder sticker, a scripture card, a keepsake theme card, and a special gift of encouragement. Gifts can include jewelry, books, home decor, fashion accessories, and more. With every box sold, Loved + Blessed donates a portion of the proceeds to Union Rescue Mission, an organization that helps the homeless.
Subscriptions are just $10/month, or less with multi-month commitments.
Let’s see what’s in the December 2015 Love + Blessed box!
Loved + Blessed comes in a small hot pink colored box with their logo on the side.
An info card revealed the theme of the month — “Joy” — and listed the full contents of the box.
Keepsake Theme Card – A removable “theme card” was attached to the inside lid of the box which encouraged everyone to focus on the good and try to find the joy in even the toughest times.
A peek inside! Not much to look at… 😉
Housefires II CD – This month’s gift was a CD by Housefires, a group of musicians from Atlanta, GA who “pursue authentic worship of God” through their uplifting music. I can see how this fits in with the “Joy” theme of the box, but since I’m not a fan of worship music (or religious music in general), I’ll be passing this cd along to someone who will enjoy it.
Mini Poster, Reminder Sticker, and Scripture Card – The mini poster this month encourages you to “Make a Joyful Noise”, while the sticker challenges you to “choose joy today”. The scripture card features a quote from Romans and can be stored in your pocket or wallet so you can always access it when you need to be reminded of the life’s everyday joys.
The theme for December’s Loved + Blessed box was certainly appropriate for the holiday season. While I won’t personally be listening to the cd, I’m sure I can find someone who will appreciate it.
December 2015 Loved + Blessed Review
I didn’t enjoy this box as much as previous ones, mainly because music is very subjective. I understand why they included it though, as it fit perfectly with the theme and unlike myself, I’m sure actual subscribers would be more likely to enjoy worship music. 😉
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.