I’ve been meaning to write this post for at least a week.
For those who don’t know, the Boho Berry Box is a subscription-based box full of all sorts of planner/journaling goodies. So for you planners, journalers, writers, sticker addicts, etc., this might be the box for you.
What an intriguing box for November.
Each box always comes with a monthly sampler and a habit tracker. Each month’s box has a different theme as well. For November, it’s hygge, a concept that doesn’t translate to a single word, but “encompasses a feeling of cozy contentment and well-being. Since it’s the middle of autumn here in the Northern Hemisphere, that means so many things, including curling up with a cup of tea.
Now, on my own I wouldn’t have chosen this tea–being 100% honest–based on the brand name: Bad Girl, Good Tea. That does not sound like an appealing brand. But when I read the ingredients (honeybush tea, marigold petals, natural flavors), I changed my mind and decided to give it a chance. I love a good herbal tea (Celestial Seasonings Cinnamon Apple and Bengal Spice are my favorites, especially brewed together), but I’ve never had one where the tea leaves didn’t already come in a tea bag.
But just look at that darling teapot tea strainer – with a saucer!!!
And with NaNoWriMo happening in November, I’ll need some yummy drinks. I’ve never had honeybush tea before. So I thought I’d save it for NaNoWriMo. I’ll let you all know how I like it next month. 😁
Who can forget that it’s also the season of gratitude here in the USA? So, the box included a gratitude log sticker, one line per day in November. And a pair of Tombow Dual Brush Tip Pens in red and gray.
And this lovely stencil! (Placed over my business bullet journal for contrast)
I look forward to using all these goodies next month!
If you’d like to try these boxes yourself, head on over to the Boho Berry Box site, click subscribe, select your subscription length, and use the code B4A5 when checking out for $5 off your first purchase!