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Friday Finds: Favorite New Subscription Boxes

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Subscription boxes are a great way to receive a fun curated collection of items that is specific to your interests. We love them for the kids and for ourselves where we uncovered some of our favorite finds for this week:

Beauty 5 Box: Beauty fans will love the Beauty Box 5, a new and affordable beauty box sampler. Great for busy moms, you can test out different cosmetic products, beauty accessories and more. This includes 5 cosmetic samples featuring brands that you know and love.

Montubox: For some crafting fun, we love Montubox, a box that is filled with fun, educational, and creative activities for kids ages 4 to 9. Delivered to your doorstep, these boxes revolve around an interesting theme (Weather, Transportation, Space and Planets, Animals, etc) and include activities of top quality brands along with an educational book, all with the convenience of receiving the package at your doorstep.

Nadine West: One of our favorite new fashion boxes is from Nadine West, a free monthly subscription service where you can receive outfits or jewelry such as stylish earrings, bracelets, or necklaces right to your door. They determine what is best for you after you take a quick style quiz. You then get the items for 2 weeks and can decide to keep them or not. This includes on-trend pieces that are $9.99-$29.99 and offer a way for your to mix-and-match based on your unique profile.

Raddish: We love the newRaddishboxes as a way to get families cooking. This monthly themed subscription box is delivered right to your door each month where families will a discover a box that incorporates math, science, nutrition, geography, culture and history. Designed by Samantha Barnes, a teacher who believes the kitchen classroom is the tastiest place to learn families will receive a box that with family friendly recipe guides, skill cards to help families learn culinary basics, creativeactivities, list of required groceries for the meal and an adorable Raddish patch to be ironed-on to the Raddish apron, which comes free with a 3, 6 or 12 month subscription where you can collect a new patch each month! My daughter and I had fun with the recent Raddish box where we made homemade pizza and apple crumble together. She loved designing her apron and creating meals that also includes seasonally relevant concepts such as the Olympics for February 2014 and “Green” for April. A great way to get closer in the kitchen, Raddish also provides the tools for our kids to better understand food and nutrition, which will help them to build a solid foundation for a healthy future.

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