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The $1 Box

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Subscription Box Saturday

Once upon a time, I tried KLUTCHclub. Using a Groupon, I received a KLUTCHclub box for just $4 {plus $8 shipping} instead of the usual $10 {plus $8 shipping} charged for members. In the box, I received what are now my favorite earbuds I’ve ever owned as well some body butter that I smells soooo good. But some of the other “health products” were not up my alley. So I chose not to continue with the club. However, I remained on their email list. This  month, I received this email:

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What did I have to lose?! Sure, I still had to pay $8 shipping. But in my last experience, I spent less than the value of what I actually received. Well, not only that, but I spent less on what I received than the value of  what I actually used. {In my opinion, there is no value in things that I received but did not use.}

So I ordered the $1 box. You see, most of the time, you don’t know what’s going to be in the box. Or you may get a vague idea. It seems, though, once you become a member, you can log in and see what could be coming in the next Women’s, Mom’s or Men’s boxes. Then, unless you are a continuous subscriber, you can decide whether or not you want to order that box. I like that option.

Here’s what arrived:

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KLUTCHClub $1 Best Of Box

The Loot:

  • Crunchmasters Multi-Seed Crackers – I’ve always liked these. Great Snack.
  • Crystal Body Deodorant Towelettes – I haven’t tried these. They might be good for travel. The reviews I’ve read have been very good. The fact that there is no aluminum, parabens or other heebie-jeebie stuff is a plus.
  • Sheaterra Organics African Black Soap Menthe Body Wash – Stuffed it into my travel bag!
  • Dream Water – I got this stuff in a Goodies Box a while back. Doesn’t really do the trick for me.
  • Tea of a Kind Citrus Mint Green Tea Drink – This beverage was refreshing. They preserve the “natural essence” of their teas with their Gizmo technology.
  • Immuno Mixed Berry Flavor Gum – I was really excited for a gum that offered an “immunity boost with zinc, vit c, echinachea, elderberry and more*”; however, I was disappointed with the flavor. The yummy berry-ness of it all lasted approximately a minute and thirty seconds before starting to taste metallic and then just gross. I keep re-trying it and keep finding the same thing. I have no idea why I keep doing that!
  • BluePrintBar – Lemon Almond Cashew Date – I love bars. The flavor sounds good. I remember eating it, but I don’t remember “tasting” it. So I can’t tell you.
  • doc Multi-Use Suction Holder – This ended up in my shower. It’s a new place for my razor and my shower gel puff!
  • Cocoa Via Daily Cocoa Extract Supplement (unsweetened dark chocolate flavor) – I received this stuff before in a New Year’s Resolutions Box, but in multiple flavors. I wasn’t too impressed because they tasted too diet-y. But I’m willing to give them another shot. Maybe I’ll use it to make chocolate milk this time? Maybe I can doctor it up if it’s not suiting me.

Worth $9? Maybe. Worth continuing a subscription for a higher price? No.

So, today I’m thinking about subscriptions boxes and box contents and retail value versus perceived value. Come back next Subscription Box Saturday when I tell you my thoughts on that.

Name something you bought or received where the the retail value was more than {or less than} than your perceived value.

Cheers~
Carrie

Doggie Box Going Out of Business

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Yesterday, I learned that Pawalla, a doggie box  that we once tried, went out of the subscription box service business.

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After our trial period, we didn’t continue with their service. But it’s still sad because the truth is that my dogs get excited about any doggie box that arrives at our doorstep.

Shamrock & Sophie tearing into their Spoiled Rotten Box

Shamrock & Sophie tearing into their Spoiled Rotten Box

But go back up to the top and read Pawalla’s notice a little more closely. They are pointing their subscribers in another direction to continue their services at a discount with BarkBox, which is still our favorite! Well, again, I’m not sure the pooches care. It’s just my personal preference based on all the boxes we’ve tried in terms of price, content and quality. It doesn’t hurt that they donate 10% to a local shelter or rescue.

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When I opened the August BarkBox, Shamrock did not miss a beat. He stole the toy right out of the box, something he’s been known to do lately. It took all I could muster to get it away from him to remove the packaging.

BB-WhaleYou can’t tell it in the photo here, but it’s a cute little blue whale. Rob likes ot call it the Whale of Fortune. Then he spins it. It has quickly become Shamrock’s (new) favorite toy. Well, at least since his favorite toy from the last box. It’s called Hear Doggy! because it’s a squeaky toy that we can’t hear, but do to it’s higher frequency squeak, supposedly dogs can.

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Here are the rest of the contents of the box. Notice that I couldn’t get the whale back long enough to photograph. 😉

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Barkworthies Beef Treats, Primal Freeze Dried Liver Munchies, Barkworthies Bully Flakes (food topper), Ice Pups

When I first posted this photo, I had no idea what movie was on in the background. But I found out. Can you guess? Seriously it’s not as bad as you’d think. 😉

Anyway…

The Ice Pups can be made into doggie ice cube popsicles, a cold liquid for a hot day or hot broth for a cold one.

As usual, the pooches are content. And we never run out of treats. Click here and scroll down to the bottom to find out how you can get a discount on BarkBox!

Do you give your pets cool treats for hot weather?

If so, what do you give them?

Cheers~

New Doggie Boxes! {And Discounts}

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Yes, so I know our dogs are spoiled.

In fact, they are SPOILED ROTTEN!

That’s why, when I saw a deal for the Spoiled Rotten Box by PetFlow, I knew I should check it out. I started following PetFlow on Facebook a few years ago. I don’t even know why or how I found it. It was quite possibly a Facebook ad on the side that caught my eye.

Why did I start following them? They post absolutely adorable pictures of pets and other animals! Sometimes they even provide captions. No matter what, they’ve always brightened my day. It took about a year before I realized that PetFlow is actually a pet food company!

My dogs are so spoiled rotten that they got TWO new dog boxes this month. {Well, only because two deals were offered!} Let’s take a look at them in the order that they were received.

SPOILED ROTTEN BOX

PetFlow

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Regular Price {conflicting info}: My cart shows it marked down from $38.99 + $4.95 shipping. However, when you sign up here, it currently states it’s only $24.99/month
My Deal: $17 Total
Current Deal {at the time of this writing}: $24.99/free shipping and/or use COUPON CODE SRB9 for $5 off your first month’s box.

What I like about PetFlow’s Spoiled Rotten, is that unlike most other subscription boxes, they list the retail prices of the items in the box:

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This means that, according to these prices, the items in the box we received totaled $37.90. That is slightly less than the $38.99 regular subscription box rate.  Unless, that is what the box is meant to be “worth” and that is why it looks discounted to $24.99 when you put it in your shopping cart. But were those items worth that much to us? Let’s take a look…

The first thing Shamrock did when I opened the box was steal that Beau the Beaver dog toy and off he went, tags and all. I struggled to get it back from him to remove the tags and to put it back in the box above for the quick box photo above.

Despite the fact that the squeaker in it was destroyed within about an hour, he adores that stuffing-free toy. After I’ve forgotten about it, he’ll just walk into the room with it in his mouth. He’s done this almost every day since he got it. That was worth it.

It is a rare occasion when our dogs don’t like one of the treats in any of their doggie boxes. The Grin Daily Treats and Jerky Bars in this box didn’t disappoint. I just know that on my own, I wouldn’t go out and pay $8 and $9, respectively, on either of these.

The Savory Prime Butcher Bone grossed me out completely! I know dogs like real bones, but it’s packaged with all the juices and stuff. My dogs are NOT getting that. It’s very big, so it might just be a gift for someone we know with bigger dogs. {As long as it doesn’t gross them out as much as it did me.}

And lastly, we have the Dog Bone Lint Roller. It’s always nice to have a few of these. However we pick up lint rollers and their refills all of the time whenever we are at Ikea and the dollar store. I don’t think $6 to have the handle dog bone-shaped is worth it.

To be honest, I wouldn’t pay $38.99 plus $4.95 shipping for a box like this. I might at the $24.99/free shipping rate. But I’m really trying to do only one dog box at a time right now. {Unless, of course, there is a new box to try at a discount. Like this one!}

For those of you whose furry children are the feline kind, SPOILED ROTTEN makes boxes for cats!

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HAPPY DOG BOX

I am not even sure how I found out about this one! But when I found the site, I saw that they were offering their first month for FREE! {At the time of this writing, that offer is still available here.} I only had to pay $5 for shipping. I chose my dog size {11-50 lbs} as well as age. I am guessing I chose the 3 to 10 years option because Shamrock won’t be a puppy forever. 😦

After I ordered it, I forgot about it. Until the box arrived at our doorstep…

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As usual, once I opened the box, the “kids” tore into it to explore. I try to let them get a good sniff, but not steal anything out like Shamrock did on the last box. I’d hate for the packaging to harm them.

White (Sophie) and Brown (Shamrock) puffballs just sniffing away

White (Sophie) and Brown (Shamrock) puffballs sniffing the box

Here are the contents they discovered…

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JYB Pet Treats, Dynamo Dog Functional Treats, Jolly Pets Monster Mouth Treat Dispensing Toy, Woofables Bakery Handmade Biscuits, Barkworthies Chew, Earth Rated PoopBags with dispenser.

I tried to keep Shamrock distracted while I gave Sophie the Barkworthies Chew. This is one of her favorite things she goes for immediately when they come in their BarkBox. If Sham’s going to deny her the toys, I can’t take this tradition away from her! The Homemade Biscuits disappeared that day as we taught Sham to do a new trick. We’re trying to get photos of that one!

I love the PoopBag dispenser, too. They clip right on to your leash, so you don’t have to remember to bring bags with you. They are refillable, too. We already have one clipped to one of the leashes. But this green one will match our Green Bay Packer leash!

The only item that didn’t really work was the Jolly Pets Monster Mouth Treat Dispensing Toy. Sophie loves these type of things, but this one was HUGE. It looked like it would be too easy to get a toy out of the mouth. Just check it out here. RAHR! 😉

Then I read the tag and discovered that these were for Medium to Large dogs. Well, technically, I had chosen our dog size as medium because both Sophie and Shamrock are in the 11 – 50 pound “medium” category. But they are also both below 20 pounds. I think one of these would have been more appropriate for our dogs.

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It took me a while to find out how much this dog box was per month if I decided not to cancel.

Regular Price: They start at $29.99 and I’m not sure if that includes the $5 shipping or not.
My Deal: First month FREE, pay only $5 shipping
Current Deal: At the time of this writing the deal I got for a FREE month with only $5 shipping was still available!

Actually, $29.99 is a pretty good deal for all six items that came in the box. That’s less than $5 per item! It’s just not in the budget right now to add another doggie box at that price point. I felt pretty guilty canceling when I really paid $5 for such a great box, especially when I got this cute email reply!

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I’ve belonged to a wine club before where when I called to cancel they quizzed me and made me feel horrible about it, so much that I knew that I’d never go back. I love that Happy Dog Box not only makes me smile with their response, but doesn’t alienate me as a customer. It is quite probable that I will go back one day. They made a good point when I was looking online for their pricing:

The average dog owner spends around $40 a month on dog treats, toys and other products; it all adds up! Our boxes start at just $29.99 a month, and they come automatically, so you’re always ready for training or treating. It makes (dollars and) sense!

I honestly didn’t think we ever spent that much on anything outside of food and the vet. Sophie had received so many toys over the years as gifts. I don’t think we purchased that many ourselves. Shamrock has ripped many of them to shreds since he has joined our household! With a puppy, new toys are inevitable. He also has gone through some teething-type chews that are supposed to keep puppies from chewing on other things. While they seemed to keep him occupied for the most part, I found that he broke the plastic down so much that he was eating it! Those were about $10 a piece. Ouch. Maybe we were spending more than I thought.

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BARKBOX

As of right now, we’ve been happy with our ongoing BarkBox {which should be arriving next week!}. Maybe it’s easier when you pay for a six-month subscription up front and don’t see it being charged to your card each month. In fact, since I joined with a 1/2 off deal on a six-month subscription and renewed a six-month subscription, I couldn’t remember the pricing for BarkBox! I had to look it up for you:

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Regular Price: $29/month with free shipping, $24/mo with a 3-month subscription, $19/mo with a 6-month subscription
My Deal: Half-off first six months, then I renewed at the $19 rate (prepaid). BarkBox made the right move by giving me half-off the first six months so that we’d fall in love with it and renew for another six!
Current Deal {at the time of this writing}: Click here and use COUPON CODE BarkPost for $10 off. (New customers only. Expiration unknown.) Or, click my personal referral link at any time and receive $5 off.

There are other reasons why we love BarkBox. But that’s for the post when the box arrives this month!

Do you have any new favorite boxes or discounts to share?

What’s the best deal you’ve gotten lately?

Cheers~
Carrie

You Hit the Mark This Time, Birchbox!

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My Birchbox arrived this week and I was smiling and giddy this month when I opened the package!

August Birchbox

August Birchbox Theme: Finishing School

Finishing School = “Zeroing in on the Details”

The Loot - August Birchbox

The Loot – August Birchbox

The Loot:

Miss Jessie’s Original Rapid Recovery Treatment & Super Sweetback Treatment – These are weekly nourishments for the hair. And they were meant for mine! For “naturally curly, kinky and wavy hair.”

Birchbox Bobby Pins – Cute and durable. Not your average black bobby pin. You can even go to Birchbox.com to find cute ways to wear them.

Juice Beauty Oil-Free Moisturizer – Do you know how LONG I’ve been asking Birchbox to send me a moisturizer sample because I’m in the market for a new one? YES!

Violet Oasis Organic Argan Oil – I already use Moroccan oil in my hair and love it. When I do, my husband says that my perfume smells nice. 😉 However, I didn’t even think about using this stuff on my skin. The Birchbox insert reads:

WHAT – Star Moroccan import that feeds skin and hair with vitamin E and essential fatty acids.

HOW – Smooth onto face, neck and body or work 1 – 2 drops through hair for shine and softness.

Party-Proof Lipstick – Dusk Till Dawn color – A shade a feel comfortable with. It feels nice, too.

Thank you, Birchbox! You really delivered this month.

What product , beauty or otherwise, do you feel like was MADE for you?

Cheers~
Carrie

*I pay for my Birchbox subscription myself and receive no reward or compensation for my review. However, if you choose to join Birchbox, I will receive reward points when you use my referral link, if you so choose.

All the Boxes

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Subscription Box Saturday: All the Boxes Edition

Here are all of the Subscription Boxes I received in July, in the order I received them. Apologies for the poor picture quality, but you get the point.

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Birchbox – July 2013

Last month, I wasn’t too thrilled with my beauty boxes. In fact, this month, I skipped the Beauty Army box. But this month’s Birchbox made me smile.

  • Kérastase Bain Chroma Riche (Shampoo)
  • WEI™ Pomegranate Buffing Beads (Add to your own face wash)
  • WEI™ Golden Root Purifying Mud Mask
  • Kérastase Masque Chroma Riche (Conditioner)
  • DDF® Acne Control Treatment
  • Pür Minerals CC Cream Broad Spectrum SPF 40

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Love with Food

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Lots of yum!

  • Twangerz Snack Toppings – Different flavored salts.
  • KuKuRuZa GMO-Free Gourmet Caramel Popcorn – Rob said it is likely the best CaramelCorn he’s ever had!
  • Vermont Smoke & Cure BBQ Beef Sticks – I’m not a barbecue fan, nor do I eat beef sticks very often. For Rob.
  • Lord Nut Levington Spicy Bloody Mary Peanuts – Tasted great, but not sure Bloody Mary is the descriptor I’d use.
  • Angel Mint All Natural Salt Water Taffy
  • Uncle Henry’s Pretzel Bakery Pretzel – Just a big, dry pretze.l
  • Nature’s Bakery Strawberry Fig Bar – High calorie, tastes like you’d expect.
  • NECCO Candy Wafers – Some people may find these nostalgic. They were too chalky for me.

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Barkbox

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Two different kinds of treats, a travel water bowl, smoothie for dogs, barkworthy chew & a squeaky toy. This was happy, happy box for the pooches this month!

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Goodies

  • Fruit Water
  • Cosmo Creations Caramel Corn – Wait! Maybe this one was Rob’s favorite!?
  • Multi-seed Crackers – I’ve had these before and love ’em
  • Cherry Chews – A cross between jelly beans and fruit snacks. I liked that there were different cherry flavors!
  • Real Corn Chips – What corn chips should taste like.

Those are the current boxes I subscribe to. To enroll in any, click the links below.

  • Love with Food – $10/mo + $2 shipping
  • Birchbox – $10/mo (includes shipping)
  • BarkBox – $29/mo (or $19/mo when sign up for 6 months) I love this box, but I think $29 is kind of expensive. The 6 months is worth it to save $10/mo!
  • Goodies – $7/mo (includes shipping)
  • Beauty Army -$12/mo – I’m might discontinue. You can skip any month you wish. I did, only because I didn’t like the choices

I have tried other boxes as well. Here are those that I’ve discontinued.

Do you subscribe to any boxes or of-the-month clubs? Which one(s)?

Cheers~
Carrie

Treats, Treats and More Treats!

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Subscription Box Saturday: Doggie Box Edition

This was the last month of receiving the discounted trial Mini Pawalla Box. I’ve compared it with BarkBox in this post and this post.

June’s Pawalla Mini Box included:

Doggie-PawallaWigzi Stuff n’ Crunch Crunchy Baked Treats – Since these are “natural”, I was sure to use them up right away. Our pooches loved ’em.

Fetch & Glow, jr. – I don’t understand why this ball is marked “small”. We got some in a BarkBox a while back that are smaller and are also marked “small”. Our dogs aren’t into balls (and this one is a little too big for our pooches), but we might give them a try when the pups go swimming. These balls are supposed to float!

Push Clean Pet Towelettes – I can’t really understand these. They are like babywipes, but each wipe has its own individual container. What a waste! And I’m not really sure what the purpose is. I am guessing it is to wipe off your pet, but could they be used for cleaning up puppy messes, too? It states nothing of the sort on the package. The box just describes why its important to use bamboo (of what this product is made) in three different languages.

YoPup Happy Belly Probiotic Treats – How cute are these? They smell good and the doggies love ’em.

Doggie-Pawalla Biscuits~

June’s BarkBox included:

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The folks at BarkBox had a theme in mind this month. Can you figure it out?!

Butcher Shoppe Smoked Beef Dog Bone – These are the kind you’d get from a butcher, but they’re cut up into small pieces. Although the package states that they should only be given to dogs under 25 lbs, I’m still nervous to give them to my pooches. I know I could if I supervise, but they still seem a little small. There are about 5 or 6 pieces in that package. I’m sure they’d love ’em though.

Tail Mix Grilled Sirloin Burger Dog Treats –  They are treats, so of course, they loved ’em.

Puptato Chips – Sweet potato flavor – Okay, so despite the fact that Shamrock is removing these from the box himself in the photo below does not mean that they loved ’em. In fact, whenever I’d give Sophie or Shamrock a Puptato Chip after going outside, they’d spit it out and look up at me as if to say, “You are kidding right? What else you got?” And when I walk away, they eat them reluctantly. Perhaps they are spoiled by the Human Potato Chips daddy gives them!

Doggie-BB PuptatoBowser Beer – You can’t have potato chips without a little beer, right? Don’t worry, this isn’t real beer. It’s a beef-flavored broth that you can use as a topper to dog food. While it hasn’t been used yet, it’s going to be perfect for Benny. He’s 17 years old and is at the point where we need to water down his food to chew it.

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Calm K9 Nutri-Wafers – What the heck are these?

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Sophie is afraid of thunderstorms and I feel like a mother with an infant when we have overnight storms. I get very little sleep and nothing can be done to console her. She crawls under the bed and whines and cries until all thunder, wind and lightning is gone. One night during a thunderstorm, I pulled these out. I know I didn’t give them to her an hour before, but feeding her little pieces off of a couple of these kept her occupied for a while. Treats seem to be a good distraction, but it doesn’t offer me any more sleep! We’ve just started using the Calming Collar we received in the Dog Lovers Cravebox. It seems to be working, but we haven’t had any intense storms since. If that doesn’t work, a Thundershirt may be in order!

Yes, if you haven’t guessed yet, June’s BarkBox got us ready for the 4th of July! Chips, beer, burgers, meat & treats to calm during fireworks were all wrapped up in this package. Although Sophie and Shamrock were sad that this month’s BarkBox didn’t come with a toy, it was a clever theme.

Overall, the winner between this three-month doggie box battle is BarkBox! It rarely disappoints and we are so stocked on treats that I never have to buy any myself.

While we will not be renewing Pawalla, it was fun to give it a try. We’d love to try other doggie boxes out there. {There are quite a few!} However, we always like to wait for a deal or an offer to test it out.

If you have pets, how do you calm them during storms or fireworks?

Cheers~
Carrie

Seaweed in My Food Boxes

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Subscription Box Saturday: Food Box Edition

My June food boxes had something in common. They both came with seaweed. It turns out, I don’t mind the stuff when it comes to sushi, but I’m not a fan of the snacking kind.

Goodies Box – June 2013

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Pringles Stix Cheese Flavor – Rating: 4/5 | These were good. They are kind of like Cheez-its, a bit better, but in stick form. Would I buy them? Probably not. I just don’t buy that sort of snacky food. Would I eat them if put in front me? Yes!

STAX Que Rico – Adobadas Chips – Rating: 3/5 | These taste like chili powder flavored Pringles. They are fine, but not a favorite.

Duchy Originals – Highland Shortbread – Rating: 3/5 | These taste pretty authentic for shortbread, buttery and not too sweet.

Smooch Snacks Snacks – Apple, Raspberry, Peach, Chia & Acerola – Rating: 3/5 | I’ve sampled a lot of these pre-packaged fruit-sauces over the last few months. I like them because they are a very convenient way to get in your daily servings of fruit. The flavor combo was a little strange, but I didn’t mind it. I liked that the raspberry seeds were in there. (Or was that from the chia seeds?) It gave it a little more texture than the other ones on the market.

Gimme Health – Cheddar Cheese Seaweed Crumbles – Rating: 2/5 | I really wanted to like these. The cheddar was a nice touch, but seaweed snacks are still not for me.

Dream Water NightTEA Night – Rating: 2/5 | This is the opposite of 5-Hour Energy. Or at least that’s the impression I get with the packaging. I hadn’t been sleeping well lately, so I gave it a shot. No such luck.

From this photo, you’d think that this box was packaged really well:

Goodies-2But it wasn’t. The shortbread, half of the STAX chips and some of the Pringles Stix came in pieces. Too bad. 😦

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Love with Food – June 2013

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Do More Bars Gluten-Free Pineapple Coconut Cereal Bar – Rating: 4/5 | These are very good! I like the coconut pineapple flavor. They are just not something I would normally buy.

Soy Joy Bar – Rating: 2/5 | I’m just not a fan of these. I like other bars so much better. I’m not big into processed soy products either, but that’s just my personal preference.

Surf Sweets Organic Gummy Bears – Rating: 4/5 |I haven’t had gummy bears in forever. These taste good, as far as gummy bears go. If you are going to give something like this to your kids, you might as well give them some that are GMO-free and without HFCS.

Seaweed Love Roasted Seaweed Snack – Rating: 1/5 | As I mentioned earlier, I don’t mind nori when it comes to sushi, but these just aren’t my thing.

Turbana Sweet Platain Chips – Rating: 3/5 | I liked these. I think I had the salted ones before, but these are lightly sweet. Although, Kim at Living, Laughing & Losing makes her own all the time.

Flavrz Organic Liquid Drink Mix – Superfruit Flavor – Rating: 3/5 |Just add the liquid mix to a bottle of water. This was okay. I think they are supposed to be a slightly healthier alternative to Crystal Light packets. Not sure it’s something I’d run out and buy, though.

PUR Pomegranate Mint Chewing Gum – Rating: 2/5 | I was really excited to try this flavor of gum. However, the flavor did not last long and the gum quickly became hard. 😦

Smooze All Natural Conconut + Mango Fruit Ice – Rating: 4/5 | These are a nice twist on Push-Ups! It arrived in my box unfrozen of course, but I was instructed to pop it in the freezer. Shamrock wanted some and tried to steal a lick!

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Then I realized that there were two more items in the box:

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GoOrganic Apple & Blood Orange Hard Candies – 4/5 – It’s hard candy that’s organic. It tastes like hard candy. Not much more to say!

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My lessons learned this week:

1) I’m not a fan of seaweed snacks.

2) Although it’s fun trying these food products, it’s a rare occasion when I’ll actually buy them myself. For now, most of them are just nice little treats.

What treats are nice when someone else gives them to you, but you wouldn’t necessarily buy them yourself?

Cheers~
Carrie