These Subscription Boxes Will Help Increase Your Productivity (with Little to No Effort)
We’ll be the first to admit that we love a good mindless activity every now and then: Netflix, Instagram, are we still playing Candy Crush? So, offer up a way for us to be more productive that feels as easy as binge watching Ozark? We’ll sign up faster than it takes to queue up the next episode. Here, seven subscription boxes that masquerade as a treat all while helping you manage your time wisely.
Sparkle Hustle Grow
The best entrepreneurs are those who capitalize on their free time. But if you need an extra boost, this monthly box is filled with book recos, smart gadgets and membership to an online community that encourages collaboration.
Sparkle Hustle Grow (from $40 per month)
Cloth & Paper
If list making is more your jam, sign up for a monthly assortment of stationery from the chicest brands like Rifle Paper Co. and Kate Leamon.
Cloth & Paper (from $38 per month)
Sick of forgetting to buy birthday cards? Tried of never having a thank-you note on hand? Paper Gang’s got you covered. (The quirky ephemera alone will keep you resubscribing.)
Paper Gang (from $15 per month)
You’ve heard of bullet journaling (heck, it consumes your Pinterest feed), but you’ve had little to no luck recreating the method. (How am I supposed to carry over the boxes again?) What you need are these inspirational inserts and sticker texts that will keep your BuJo game strong.
Studio Calico (from $20 per month)
Where form meets function. Using proven time management methodology, these daily planners will help you map out your hours and goals in a more succinct way (that hopefully leads to fewer missed deadlines and more H2O consumption).
Origami Day (from $20 per month)
We get it: Meal planning’s hard. Add in a tricky dietary restriction and it’s near impossible. Thankfully, Prep Dish caters to the Paleo and gulten-free sect with its simple meal prep service.
Prep Dish (from $14 per month)
Happy Higher Club
This box is jam-packed—we’re talking six to twelve products each—with stuff that’s backed by a team of mindfulness experts to bring you happier moments at work. Think: Immersive exercises that will foster self-confidence and treats to give you extra ammo in winning over those particularly tough colleagues.
Happy Higher Club (from $40 per month)