How is it time to share another Unibox? Honestly feels as though I was writing up April’s post last week. I took a short break from blogging, as I was in Amsterdam for a week (which was amazing), but I’m back and ready to get stuck into it. Soooo, here’s whats inside the May edition of The Unibox.
mapology map – where ideas come from
I was a little confused as to what this was when I first saw it, but once opened up it made a bit more sense. Essentially it’s a guide on great ideas that folds out into a poster. I imagine if you’re in uni accommodation this would be great to stick up on the wall or pin board. Its a really good idea, with lots of information!
fruu lip balm
Watermelon lip balm? Yes please! Despite not particularly liking watermelon, I do love anything watermelon scented. Fruu is a UK brand, that creates natural cosmetics without compromise. All products are made in small batches in their UK workshop, to make sure they’re as fresh as possible.
pukka 7 day turmeric kit
I love me some tea. I must admit, I’ve never tried turmeric tea so I’m excited to see what this is like. The 7 day kit comes with 7 tea bags and a pot of turmeric brainwave supplements. Its recommended you take the supplement in the morning before food with a glass of water and then have a cup of tea around mid morning. I’m very excited to see how I find both!
mug cake from bakedin
Okay, don’t judge me but I’ve never had a mug cake. I’ve always wanted to try one, but never got round to it. I suppose I have no excuse now. This is the belgian chocolate brownie mix from Bakedin. You pop this mix in a mug, add milk and butter then in the microwave it goes for a minute. I may treat myself to this as dessert later this evening!
mylk plus salted honeycomb hazelnut drink
If you watched last years ‘The Apprentice’, you may recognise this brand. Created by runner up, Camilla Ainsworth, this is a dairy free milk drink. However, it has a lot less sugar in it than other dairy free milks on the market, which sets it apart from the rest. The flavour sounds delicious too, can’t beat hazelnut!
Ahhh, can’t beat a good weekly planner. As you may have already established, I’m a sucker for stationery and anything that can help me organise my time. Although I’m now off for summer, I’ll still need to organise bits and pieces (such as work shifts, sigh) so I’m sure this will come in very handy.