POSITIVE PARCEL // PRODUCT REVIEW

I’ve recently had the pleasure of receiving a gorgeous & very heartwarming box from none other than Positive Parcel. As the name clearly suggests, they exist to spread little boxes of positivity. The perfect pick me up for yourself, or just a little reminder to someone close that you’re thinking of them, or simply sending them a little smile. The box is made up of some yummy treats, these include 2 homemade chocolates from Positive Parcel (white chocolate, which is delicious), plus some Happy Tea from Teapigs. Receiving this actually allowed me to try Teapigs for the first time & I was v impressed! A subtle lemon tea that can lift your mood. The other bits in the box are sadly not edible, all very lovely nonetheless. The other items include a Relax Candle (this smelt absolutely amazing, I could smell it as soon as I’d unwrapped the post packaging, not the box!!), The Happy Newspaper, which features plenty of happy & uplifting news, Sticky Notes, (because when are sticky notes not useful?!) & a very calming colouring in sheet. I absolutely loved receiving my Positive Parcel, & it brought a genuine smile to my face. Help spread the joy & send a parcel yourself, at £17.99 with 10% of profits go to mental health charity Mind, too. 
Thank you very much to @positive_parcel for bringing a smile straight to my doorstep 🙂 [GIFTED]

POSITIVE PARCEL // PRESS RELEASE

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POSITIVEPARCEL LAUNCHES TO OFFER THE NATION A HUG IN A BOX THIS CHRISTMAS. 40% OF UK ADULTS REPORT THEY ARE CONCERNED ABOUT THEIR MENTAL WELLBEING

PositiveParcel is a hug in a box that brings positivity to people’s lives. The parcel is full of handpicked treats to put a smile on your face, encourage self-care, and most importantly spread some positivity! 2020 has been a tough year and this Christmas is set to be even tougher as we cope with a with potential lockdowns, no sunny weather to escape our homes and the economic impact of the initial lockdown starting to take effect.

More concerningly recent research from the Office for National Statistics found that by June, two months into the initial lockdown, instances of reported depression had doubled from pre-lockdown rates (from around 10% of adults, to around 20%) and by August 40% of adults reported that coronavirus was affecting their wellbeing.

As the nation slips into a second lockdown, after a few months of freedom and a taste of normal life, the impact on mental health and wellbeing is expected to be even worse. We all need to be conscious of each other’s wellbeing and look out for each other especially over the next few months.

PositiveParcel is a handpicked selection of treats that encourages self-care and positivity but most importantly reminds a loved one, a colleague, a neighbour or anyone that needs their day brightening up you are thinking of and appreciate them. We believe that a positive mind brings a positive life. 

PositiveParcel is also donating a percentage of the profits from every parcel to the NHS and a selection of mental health charities.

To find out more or to send someone a PositiveParcel please view our website – www.positiveparcel.co.uk