Review // Wild Woman Subscription Box

Review // Wild Woman Subscription Box
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Late last year I was invited to a launch of a new kind of subscription box. I had worked with Donna Louise, a Brighton based freelancer, as a blogger on one of her client projects and I had loved connecting with her and her enthusiasm. I had put off working on my more creative streak but the time felt right to be setting off the ideas that I had kindling in my brain. Bring in the Wild Woman subscription and ideas started being more than a flame but more of a fire in my belly.

Donna Louise taken from the Wild Woman Website
http://www.iamawildwoman.com

At the launch I was given a review Wild Woman subscription box. Everything from the contents to the box it was stored in had been thought about given a quality product that felt really indulgent. Each box has a theme and all are to encourage self care and personal wellbeing. My first box included a copy of Hungry for More by Mel Wells (I had already read her Goddess Revolution), it contained a notebook, journalling cues, a clear quartz crystal (now a fave in my collection as it is a raw stone rather than a tumble stone), a highlight, Goddess pencils and more. I was thoroughly delighted to have something that would help my own wellbeing and learning.

Donna at the launch event for Wild Woman

I was so impressed I subscribed to a further box which again I was really impressed with. Donna keeps you updated on the posting of each box as well as any other issues or events you might like to know about. I would highly recommend buying one for yourself to see! You won’t be disappointed!

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