There’s nothing quite as satisfying as a good book and a warm cup of coffee or tea. But with summer’s arrival and the rising temperatures, there’s a chance you’re in search of a cold drink, instead. That’s why we’ve found a way to make delicious cold-brewed coffee at home, and it’s surprisingly simple! Cold-brew coffee… Continue reading How To Make Delicious Cold-Brew Coffee At Home
May's Cozy Reader Club box featured the following: The Scribe of Siena by Melodie Winawer. Read more in our Q&A with the author. Night Owl Paper Goods, handcrafted wooden bookmark and "Pen Seeks Paper" pen. Soul Reading journal from The Soul Librarian. Read more about how to get started with a reading journal. English Breakfast Tea… Continue reading May 2017 Cozy Reader Club Box Revealed
Choosing to buy local handmade goods, rather than corporate products or products made overseas, is slowly becoming a more popular option, largely in part thanks to the Small Business Saturday campaign. Buying local benefits communities in ways that corporate America is unable to do. Cozy Reader Club includes handmade goods in every monthly subscription box… Continue reading 4 Main Reasons To #BuyLocal Handmade Products
As part of the March 2017 Cozy Reader Club box, we included these cute, cozy, polka dot socks from Mitscoots Outfitters. You could win a pair too! See how to enter below. Based in Austin, the clothing brand is on a mission dedicated to “giving back” to the community that built it. In 2008, the company’s founders… Continue reading Can Socks Change the World?
The March Cozy Reader Club box included: All Grown Up, by Jami Attenberg Cozy Polkadot socks from Mistcoots Outfitters White Jasmine loose leaf tea from Cozy Leaf Blackberry Honey from Sequim Bee Farm "Always Fully Booked" cotton tote from Paper Sushi Russian Tea Cakes from Lark Fine Foods What was your favorite item this month? Comment… Continue reading March 2017 Cozy Reader Club Box Revealed