OnTrend Box is a monthly subscription box created especially for working moms. Each month you will receive 4 – 6 relevant and unique products to inspire you and keep you organized and tips and tricks to keep you prepared and simplify your busy life. The items will be curated to a common “problem” that working moms face and will help solve that issue.
Your OnTrend Box will include 4- 6 relevant and unique products every month…..like a correspondence kit, monthly paper organizer, check it off planner and password organizer, to help resolve the problem, keep you organized and prepared and great ideas and tips to simplify your busy life.
My items were tucked into shredded paper squiggles!
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I received a card with the “problem” of the month: Where to keep passwords, receipts, and your sanity.
The back of the card listed the items in the box, plus suggested values.
I was amazed at how much was in the box!
Everything in my box!
Check It Off Notepad ($9.19) I love checklists and notepads and I was pretty happy with this one!
It had a couple of inspirational quotes inside.
Each page had two parts: a note list, and a to-do list. There are 96 pages total, and each page is serrated to easily separate the note sections. Love it!
Fiddlestix Gold Binder Clips ($1.99) I use binder clips all the time, even in my planner. OnTrend Box suggests using them to hold receipts together. There are 6 clips and I would say these are medium, maybe 1.25 inches across.
Compact C.R. Gibson Password Log ($14.08) My daughter looked at this and wondered why it says “Secrets” across the front. I told her it was for hiding passwords and she said it should probably say something less conspicuous.
The inside has space for writing websites, usernames, and passwords. It is even alphabetized. It’s about 3.5″ x 5.5″ and looks much nicer than the assorted ripped notebook pages where my current passwords are listed.
Cucumber Soothing Calming Mask ($2.24) Hmm, while looking for this product online I discovered it has low ratings so you may want to avoid it if you have sensitive skin (which I have). Aloe and cucumber are two of the ingredients which may soothe skin, but alcohol is the 4th so it may also be drying.
Pilot G2 Mechanical Pencils ($5.99) Two mechanical pencils with extra leads and erasers were included to help you jot down those passwords and to-do lists. I like the rubberized grips and pretty colors.
C.R. Gibson Leatherette Cord Keepers ($8.75) I do not own anything like this but it’s to help keep all of those crazy cords in some kind of order.
One says “We’re Tight” while the other says “Band Together”. For some reason I thought this was for keeping computer cords together but it’s really for keeping ear buds and phone charger cords and the like nice and tidy so that when you throw them in your bag they are neat and easy to find, and you don’t have to unwrap your wallet and sunglasses case when paying for coffee or whatever.
Spruce & Co. Natural Cleaning Wipes ($1.60) are alcohol-free and can be used on your phone, computer screen, or glasses.
The cleanser is coconut-oil based and the individual packs means you can pop it into a bag and clean while out and about.
Yogi Honey Lavender Stress Relief Tea (50¢) was packed in a cute little drawstring bag.
This caffeine-free blend has lavender, lemon myrtle, and a “proprietary blend of herbs” that may help you relax. I feel like a nice hot cup of herbal tea in the evening is relaxing no matter what so I am thankful to have a new variety to try.
I thought this month’s box included a neat assortment of products to help keep me organized and maybe clear some of the junk out of my drawers. I plan on going through my passwords by putting a few every night in my new “secret” book and can’t wait to see how much progress I can make in just a few days. The checklist is my favorite item, although the cord keepers were something I didn’t know I needed and am especially happy to have. The values were all over the place, some higher and some lower than the card said, but I came up with about $44.34, or just over the price paid for the box.
What do you think of this month’s box?