Puzzle Culture Subscription box

 I was given products in this post for the purpose of review.  I was not paid to write this review.

I'm not a fan of summer for many reasons: its hot, there is to many bugs, there is less routine and there is always something going on.  Whether that something be baseball, picnics, vacations, going to the pool, ect.

I'm more of a winter person, I like reading, doing crafts, baking and building puzzles.  I love my family, but I really enjoy "me" time too.

If I had to pick my favorite activity it would be reading.  I could spend hours reading and often do.  My 2nd favorite activity would be building puzzles.  

Thanks to my kindle, books are super easy to get.  Puzzles on the other hand take a little more effort.  And the nearest Walmart is 40 minutes from my house!  

But that hassle is now a thing of the past thanks to the all new Puzzle Culture Subscription box that brings puzzles right to my door!  Wondering how it works?

So pretty much you decided what size puzzle  you want to build.  I use to build 1000 pc puzzles, but now my eyes can't handle pieces that small.  So I choose a 500 piece box.  Next you have to decide if you want to do one month, 3 months, 6 months or a year.  After that you just enter your personal information and tada you are done!  The wonderful people at Puzzle Culture handle the rest.  Each box comes with the puzzle of course and a couple of gifts that all fit into that months theme.  It really is that easy.  

So like everything there is pros and cons.  The pros being that each month you get a puzzle delivered right to your door and a few extra to go with it.  Puzzles of stunning artwork by independent artists from all walks of life. Being a subscription box means the customer never have to worry about missing out on a puzzle once they subscribe. A themed array of gifts that enhance the experience and bring the lifestyle element to customers.  And the puzzles are gender-neutral and inclusive experience.  I personally like being surprised, but not everyone does.  So a Con would be if you don't like that months puzzle it would kind of be a bummer.  I lean more towards bright color puzzles or puzzles with animals.  Even though I did enjoy the puzzle I was sent, it isn't something  I would normally pick for myself.

I do wish there was a way to "personalize" the experience more, but overall I do like the ideal of a monthly puzzle subscription.