I am always on the look out for ideas for pressies for my husband, I have talked in the past about how he is a difficult person to buy presents for. So when I was asked if we would like to try a TOPPBOX I agreed. I do love subscription boxes and I was interested to see what would be in the TOPPBOX.
We have family spread all across the country, well all around Europe, so traveling to visit them is a big part of our lives right now. And three people on a long car journey are going to have some moments of friction, and mostly ours are about what we are going to listen too. My daughter’s current favourite song is Hooked on a Feeling by Blue Swede, which in all fairness is a fab song. My husband and I don’t want to listen to that one song on repeat for several hours though! But now that problem as been solved for us with Snuggly Rascals!
Since moving house which has a lovely garden, my husband and I have decided that we are going to make sure we make the most of the garden. Though we have got off to a fairly slow start (as we moved at the end of the summer) we have managed to build a rabbit run and dig out some plots for veggies and add some bulbs to the flower beds. It has been on our to do list for this year, to grow some veggies and so when I was asked if we would like to review a mini polytunnel the timing couldn’t have been more perfect!
I have talked in the past about how hard it is to buy presents for my husband. I am not sure what it is, maybe it’s because we buy little gifts for each other for no reason at all, or because I am really naff at coming up with pressie ideas. So when GiftsOnline4U got in touch and asked if I would like to work with them for Valentine’s Day, I thought this was the perfect opportunity to find a present that was a little bit different and also personalised for my husband.
I first subbed to Fairyloot in April for their Dreams & Wishes themed box, so it’s not been a full year, but as I want to start doing monthly reviews of the Fairyloot Boxes for 2018 I thought it would be nice to do a round up of what my boxes have been like so far.