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#Create a routine with subscription boxes: meal kits, clothing, more

#Create a routine with subscription boxes: meal kits, clothing, more

If having a routine fell by the wayside this past year — you certainly aren’t alone.

Due to the pandemic, schedules, planned vacations and just a sense of normalcy took a backseat, as we learned to cope with online school and tons of takeout meals. COVID-19 isn’t yet over, but some things are returning to a new normal, and so coming up with a new routine is a good way to get back into the swing of things.

Starting with making a meal plan for yourself and the kiddos, you can still avoid the grocery store and make homemade dinners with the help of meal kits and services. To help with back-to-school and work shopping, checking out a clothing rental or subscription service isn’t a bad idea.

For help with cleaning and organization, there are services for that as well, sending you toilet paper, cleaning supplies and even monthly planners to keep you fully stocked without a second thought.

Read on for some of our favorite subscription services that can help you get you back into a routine — and start fall 2021 out on the right foot. 

Blue Apron, starting at $8.99/serving for the two-serving plan

A family cooks together using a Blue Apron kit, in a kitchen
Blue Apron

Don’t compromise on having a family dinner every night, but do choose to skip out on the trips to the grocery store and back.

Blue Apron offers an array of tasty and easy-to-make meals for the whole family to enjoy. They offer not only traditional meal kits that you can cook together for bonding time in the kitchen, but now they also have new Heat & Eat meals for those busy lunches or dinners, with options for a two-serving plan and a four-serving plan to feed the whole family in about five minutes.

As an added bonus, new subscribers can get up to 14 free meals free, with a savings of $110 over your first four boxes when using our link.


Freshly, starting at $8.99/serving

A green freshly box and meals sit on a counter
Freshly

Feed your family fresh and delicious meals all week long, with no prep time or cleanup required.

Freshly is one of the meal kits we tried and loved, since it’s a reheat-able meal instead of a traditional kit that requires prep and cook time. Simply order what your family wants for the week straight to your door and then heat in the microwave for just three minutes and dinner (or lunch) is served.


Yumble, starting at $5.99/meal

A pair of hands takes a meal kit out of a box
Yumble

Whether the kids have been home schooled for far too long or are returning to the classroom in person, they still need a school lunch.

Make it easier on yourself as the parents and avoid the school cafeteria with Yumble meals. The kid-focused meal delivery kit is perfect for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with options to fit your busy schedule and their dietary needs and personal preferences. Meals arrive cold and are safe to eat at room temperature or heated up in the microwave, easy to pack for school or prepare for dinner at home.

Rent the Runway, starting at $89/month for four items

A black Rent the Runway bag on a pink chair
Rent the Runway

If you’ve been stuck in sweatpants for too long, maybe a rental service will help pull you out of a fashion rut.

Rent the Runway is a great option for those who want new clothes without cluttering their closet even more, or spending too much on things you may only wear once. RTR is a great option, since they not only have designer dresses to rent, but also an array of work clothes like blouses and slacks, skirts, loungewear, maternity items and even accessories like bags and shoes for when you need a little something special.


Kidpik, $20 styling fee, applied to what you buy

An array of girls clothing on a splatter paint background and a brown box with KidPik on it
KidPik

Wrangling the kids into clothes they may not love can be a nightmare, and Kidpik is here to help.

The styling service for kids is a great way to build their wardrobe and account for how fast they grow and change, sending you 3 head-to-toe outfits, including shoes, to your door for an easy at-home try on. Only pay for what you love and send the rest back, with the $20 styling fee applying to whatever you choose to keep.


Grove Co., minimum orders $24 + $4.99 shipping

An array of cleaning products on a blue shelf above a sink
Grove Co.

Save time and the environment with a monthly delivery of sustainable cleaning supplies from Grove Co.

The service lets you pick and choose your favorite products, from soaps and cleaners to laundry detergent and baby wipes to name just a few natural household products. There is a minimum order of $29, but after that you can load up your box with only what you need for your monthly delivery.


A brown box and colorful rolls of toilet paper
Who Gives a Crap

No matter who you are, this is one part of everybody’s routine.

Make sure you never run out of toilet paper while also helping the environment with a subscription to Who Gives a Crap. The 100% recycled TP comes in adorable wrapping, shipped to your home at a frequency of your choice according to the number of people in your home.


A decorated box with a pink ribbon that reals "Fabulous Planner"
Crate Joy

Keep yourself organized in the most fabulous way, with a subscription to The Fabulous Planner.

Hosted on Cratejoy’s website, subscribe to the planner and stationary box and get a new planner, stickers and other functional organizational supplies sent to your door on the 25th of each month to prepare you for the next.

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