There’s so much plastic tat out there, that you know will end up landfilled by the end of the month.
Personally I love to give the gift of experiences. Last year I bought my daughter front row tickets to the Top Gear Live show – yep, she’s a total petrolhead! Relatives received more sedate theatre tickets, a massage or a voucher for their favourite restaurant.
But I know many people still love the buzz of opening something and it’s that I want to address today.
Eco subscription box
How about a subscription box that you get to open EVERY month – it’s the gift that keeps on giving, right?
Last month I was contacted by Kristin, who introduced me to her new baby which will be birthed soon – PozzyBox. These boxes will be sent to recipients every month, filled with artisan organic foods, chemical-free hygiene products, eco-friendly indulgences such as candles and practical re-usables for day-to-day life.
Everything is chosen with the idea that it should be both practical AND earth-friendly – two buzz words that hit right to the core of my own values! Kristin promised that “if it doesn’t inspire fits of giddiness, it’s doesn’t belong in our box!”
But it’s not all about what’s in the box. PozzyBox will donate 2% of its proceeds to charity and for every box sold, a tree will be planted via the Trees For Us program. They’re also supporting small businesses wherever possible to avoid the risk of mass produced items.
PozzyBox – by name and by nature
The idea is that subscribers will be fuelling positive change in the lives of others and in the health of our planet. What’s not to love?
Kristin has promised to send me her first box when it’s available – I’ll let you know as soon as it arrives and you can rummage through their environmentally friendly products with me.
If you’re looking for a gift with a difference – either for yourself or a friend – why not sign up to PozzyBox?
Their launch is just four short days away and you can get a lifetime 10% discount by using the code MYZEROWASTE
Head over to their website to register now.
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