The theme for January was Creative Vision, and everything is designed to get your creative juices flowing! Here's what was in box.
There's an awesome drinking jar, Numi Vision herbal tea, Addictive Wellness Focus raw chocolate, Hippie Homesteader Motivate oil blend, Pacifica Dark Circle Rehab concealer, a journal, and a dalmation jasper.
The drinking jar is my favorite item! Goddess Provisions sent this same design as a large sticker a few months back, and I placed the sticker on a mirror in my house. But now I can be reminded to raise my vibration with love and gratitude daily as I enjoy my smoothies and kombucha. This morning, I had an Oatmeal Cookie Protein Smoothie in it (oats, almond milk, dates, cinnamon, protein powder, and baby spinach).
I've been drinking the Vision tea blend before my morning meditation (in my color-changing unicorn mug!!). It's supposed to help you focus and bring about inspiration. I didn't photograph the chocolates, but these raw cacao cups are infused with herbs (like cordyceps, ginseng, lucuma, and lion's mane) that help improve focus. They've been helping me with that afternoon pick-me-up at work.
The Motivate oil blend is a mix of lime, rosemary, pine, and peppermint that gives me that much-needed energy boost in the mornings.
I love, love, love the Denik journal. I've started journaling daily (back in December), so I need to fill up my current journal before I start writing in this new one. But I can't wait to fill these pages!
The dalmation jasper is really cool. It's a stone used for calming and grounding but also inspiring a playful spirit, which, in turn, helps with creativity.
One of the most useful products for me is the Dark Circle Rehab concealer palette, which helps cover those dark circles after long nights up creating art (or so the Goddess Provisions' reasoning goes for including this in the Creative Vision box!). I've long used elf concealer, and it's done the trick okay, but this stuff is designed so that certain colors cover the undesired colors on your face. I haven't found a use for the blue one yet (supposed to cover yellow tones), but the two beige colors have been covering my dark circles well.
By the way, I'm a Goddess Provisions ambassador, which means I make a couple bucks if anyone signs up using this link. I don't get my boxes free though, just to be clear. I subscribe and pay the $33 a month, and it's totally worth it. It's a great deal, and the boxes are so much fun!