Blueland refills to prevent your cleaning supplies from running low as an excuse to skip cleaning the kitchen. Once you buy into a starter kit you’ll have the bottles to refill with the cleaning tablets and water.
Death Wish Coffee (yep, that’s the name!) anyone who loudly and proudly talks about how they can never get enough coffee will be intrigued by and adore. Caffeine on a consistent basis is always a good thing.
Or if you’re a lil’ less extreme, a coffee subscription delivered right to your door so you can stay deliciously caffeinated as the universe intended.
An “ultra coffee” concentrate in case you’d rather just add water (and milk, if you take it that way) for a quick, delicious caffeinated that is waaaay effective.
Shudder – it’ll keep you all full up if you thrive on horror, sci-fi, thrillers, and more… especially outside of the month of October.
A Home Chef subscription – it’s a fan fave amongst my friend group thanks to its easy instructions and accurate cooking times. Oh, and the food is also great too! (And they offer protein packs and oven-ready meals.)
A Hunt A Killer subscription so you can solve your way through a (faux) now that you’ve finished all the true-crime stuff on Netflix and, give or take a few months, might do the same with true-crime podcasts!
Dry dog food or wet cat food you can subscribe to and save 5% or 10% every month. After all, hauling a bag of dog food from the shelf to your cart to your car to your home is getting pretty old, huh?
A Hungryroot grocery delivery with 10-minute recipes tailored to your dietary needs/wants because you’ve been meaning to do so more research into buys that don’t have artificial sweeteners, colors, or preservatives. But that sounds like a whole lotta work. Let Hungryroot do it for ya as a gift to February You.
An Imperfect foods subscription to help cut down on food waste while keeping you well-fed because the service helps farmers (and you with cost-saving) by filling deliveries with surplus and imperfect items like off-size eggs, scarred almonds, and funny-looking carrots that are deemed too ugly for grocery stores.
Nutpods dairy-free creamer made from almond and coconut can give your coffee a smooth taste without messing with your stomach. Plus, some reviewers say it makes your coffee a bit sweeter, so you could even skip other additions! No more running out the store (meaning, running by the coffee shop) bc you’re out of creamer!
The Sip Society to reward yourself with some champagne testing on the reg. Plus, the subscription comes with info on the history, tasting, and storage of the bubbly beverage.
A Pig of the Month Club subscription – it comes with lots o’ meaty options that are all but ready for ya’. Here’s to the hard work having been already done for some amazing ribs that landed on your doorstep.
Vellabox to keep any candle lover satisfied with their high-quality goods that’ll feel like a gift. I’ve tried it out and the presentation is everything!
Planting With P that’ll help grow your plant family at a steady rate, plus help you load up on other cool essentials.
Lola period products made with 100% organic cotton so you’ll always have an adequate stash instead of running out to the store because you’re down to your last tampon. We’ve all been there!
A Sips By tea subscription with customized picks so you can zero in on your fave new tasting notes. Now *that’s* something to cheers to (even if it’s not with booze).
Motherhood Rental, a clothing subscription from A Pea in the Pod and Motherhood Maternity, which can be will be SUPER helpful for someone who’s body seems to be constantly changing because they’re growing a tiny human.
P.volve for various streaming workouts to keep you moving, even when the excitement for snowy winter weather has completely worn off.
Walmart+ for the perks of free shipping, free delivery from your store for $35+ orders, save 5 cents/gallon on fuel, and use mobile scan & go. TL;DR: it can make your life way easier if you already shop at Walmart.
Spotify Premium that, like for me, will probably be the best $9.99 you spend every month. Especially now that there are a ton of podcasts on there!
Rosetta Stone to help you finally learn a new language you were set on learning for your 2020 resolutions. Your France Pinterest boards are thriving. Now to learn how to ask for a wine. You’ve gotta start with the basics!
A mouthwash that’ll target sulfur-producing bacteria in case you’ve tried just about everything else to annihilate that funk.
Amazon Prime Wardrobe to help you give stuff clothing you see on Amazon a trial run before deciding to keep them. Sometimes you’re not so sure about that pair of shoes but a runway walk in your living room in front of the dogs can help you make up your mind.
Book of the Month – it’ll deliver a current, best-selling book for some fresh reading material once you’ve worked through the stack you bought yourself for the holidays. Plus there are tons of genres and books for your choosing!
Or if you prefer digital, a Kindle unlimited subscription that’ll let you browse more than a million book titles, browse current magazine issues, listen to thousands of audio books at any time on any device with the Kindle app.
EarFleek to keep you looking super stylish from the chin up on all your video calls. Those fun earrings will be the perfect distraction from that stained sweatshirt with a stretched-out collar.
Beyond+ that’ll one-up those stacks of BB&B coupons you have squirreled away. It unlocks 20% off your entire purchase *all* the time, free shipping, and 50% off interior design services. Hey, 20% off your cleaning arsenal will add up to some savings pretty quickly!
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