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Kuxxin subscription box

2016 is my year of putting myself first. I think it’s easy as a parent to spend so much time worrying about your family that you forget you matter too. Don’t worry, I’m not neglecting my children, just spending a little less time catching up on Facebook and investing more time in me and the things that make me happy. So far I’ve taken small steps. Every week I sing in a choir which I love. On a daily basis I try to spend less time on my laptop and more time reading, making and colouring (I love my adult colouring books!). Bigger steps include eating a healthier diet and increasing the amount of exercise I do.

Kuxxin subscription box

I’ve featured a few of the subscription boxes I’ve tried but I’ve recently discovered a new one to me – a healthy subscription box called Kuxxin (Kooh-sin).

Kuxxin subscription box

Kuxxin is a monthly subscription box that leaves all the nasties out. It’s a monthly box which contains 5 full size Kuxxin snacks. The great thing about these snacks in that they don’t put any harmful chemicals into your body (such as artificial flavours, colours, sweeteners, preservatives or GMOs).

The box it came in is a big box, it definitely won’t fit through your letter box. But when you open it you’ll see why. Each snack pack is huge, containing about 120g of healthy snacks.

kuxxin subscription boxI love the packaging which is a very calming pale blue. The snack packs look like the kind of thing I buy at the health food shop, with a small plastic window so you can see what’s in each one.

My Kuxxin box contained Dried Pineapple Rings; Coconut, Cranberries & Trail Mix; Dried Mango; Flaxseed and Hemp; and Raw Cacao Goji Energy Pops.  Each pack is re-sealable so perfect for carrying around in your handbag or keeping in your desk drawer at the office.

I’ve tried each snack pack and my favourite so far is the Coconut, Cranberries & Trail Mix. I didn’t think the Raw Cacao Goji Energy Pops sounded nice but they are surprisingly tasty and do make me feel like I’ve had an energy boost.

Prices start at £24.95 for a one month subscription. You can find out more on the Kuxxin website and they currently have a code on their homepage which gets you 20% off your 1st box!

You might be interested to read some of my other subscription box reviews:
Mrs Brimbles Stationery Box February 2016 subscription box January 2016
Explore package from My Fabric House January 2016
The Happy Paper Club November 2015 box
The Happy Paper Club October 2015 box
Degustbox September 2015 box
Japan Candy Box July 2015
Kawaii Box October 2015
Kawaii Box July 2015
Super Cute Box July 2015
Stocking Box June 2015
Lucky Dip Club October 2015 box
Lucky Dip Club July 2015
Mini Weekend Box January 2016
Weekend Box January 2015
Weekend Box January 2014


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    March 2, 2016 at 7:10 pm

    I love that you’re making more time for you things! The things you love! I’m also a parent and trying to have more me time too! My blog is one of those things 🙂 the healthy eating box sounds great! I’ve recently lost a lot of weight through changing my lifestyle so this appeals to me!

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    March 2, 2016 at 7:22 pm

    I have never heard of this subscription box or brand, but then again food wise I don’t know many subscription boxes apart from Vegan tuck box.
    Definitely not my kind of snack, I crave peanut butter and chocolate far too much! But I reckon I’d get this as a one off box

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    Rebecca roberts
    March 7, 2016 at 1:01 pm

    Mother clanger x

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