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I recently discovered The Positivity Package on Instagram, and instantly ordered one as a little self care treat for myself. I loved it so much, it seemed like the perfect thing to base my first blog post on!

In case you haven’t heard of The Positivity Package before, it is a monthly subscription box filled with lots of treats to make you smile and stay positive. You can also order a one off box as a treat for yourself, or as a present for a friend. I think this would make the perfect gift to send to someone who is struggling during self isolation to try and brighten their day.

Not only do I think that this is a great idea, but the company also uses sustainable packaging, local businesses, and £1 from each box is donated to the NHS, which is absolute positive company goals! This is just their second monthly box and I am beyond excited to see this company grow.

Now onto what you all really want to see – the box!

My Positivity Package came beautifully packaged in a pink box that fits through the letterbox, so no social distancing worries here! The box was packaged in a matching pink mailer bag which is made from corn starch and 100% home-compostable so there is no unnecessary plastic!

Opening the box, you are greeted with a handwritten note which is a lovely touch, and a card detailing all the items in the box, along with the companies they are from. In the past I have had other subscription boxes, but I don’t think I have ever had one with so many items in it! They have very cleverly packed a lot into this box, and everything is of a really good quality from small businesses and a few better known brands.

Inside the box:

Some of my favourite items include the positive quote print from Designs You Love, which I am excited to frame and find a place for in my home. The biscuit from Biscuits and Bites by Betty was an absolutely delicious, soft, buttery shortbread, exactly what I needed this afternoon!

I was thrilled to see the to do list and pen as I had actually been looking at getting a nice pen, and this gold and marble one is definitely my style! The ‘Positive Vibes’ wax melt from Sassy Shop Wax was a very welcome addition, as I have actually run out of wax melts and am currently burning Christmas ones again.

Other lovely items included a Rose Quartz crystal, which after a quick google, I discovered helps to restore trust and harmony in relationships and opens the heart to self-love, friendship, deep inner healing and feelings of peace. There was also some Doisy & Dam dark chocolate which is a nice treat and a Pukka turmeric gold tea which will make a nice change from my usual peppermint tea. The gold pouch is a great size is a lovely shiny upgrade from my current makeup bag.

From Sprinkle Club there is a sweet colouring in page and also a positivity word search, along with some colouring pencils perfect for when you need a screen detox. Lastly, there is a monthly affirmations sheet to fill out from The Positivity Package themselves, which is great to put up somewhere to remind you of your monthly intentions.


Overall I thought this was a really great subscription box and it definitely is a positivity package. A one-off package is £19.99 and the monthly subscription is £17.99 with free postage, and I think with the quality of the products inside, the support of small businesses and donation to the NHS this is pretty good value! I have previously paid £12.99 a month for other subscriptions which only had 5 items in, and this had 10 and are all things I would genuinely use.

If you are looking for a little pick me up for yourself or a friend I would really recommend The Positivity Package!

I purchased the one off box positivity package from their website here.

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