September is usually a month chosen to start something new – schools are back, young adults are joining the Uni, and this year, people are back to the offices too.
For me, September is special for many reasons – my wedding anniversary, a month annually pickily to join new holiday adventures. Let’s celebrate the spirit of adventures, on the road, of course.
It’s just a perfect time to collect memories and make new plans as well. For this reason, I was quite amazed to know that Adventure is this month’s theme for my The Stationery Society box.
If you visited this blog before, you know I am a stationery freak. I just can’t get enough of browsing new notebooks, pens, pencils, planners, or anything else related to it. That’s the reason I am always happy to receive new stationery boxes at my doorstep every month; and here’s your chance to recap on this amazing subscription service and read my review of the Seaside-themed box.
But let’s talk about our new box.
What is inside the Adventure Box?
Adventure, of course. Like I have said before, this is the month when I usually take my holidays.
And I do confess taking my box with me this time, just to feel inspired before putting my thoughts about my adventures in Scotland on the paper.
So, let’s check the goodies and the amazing artists behind them.
To my wonderful surprise this gorgeous notebook was created by Rho Rho – an illustration and graphic design duo from Scotland.
The pioneering aviator’s Amelia Earhart-themed notebook is certainly inspiring for many travellers out there. If you love maps and outdoors-inspired art, you should check their socials now.
Notepad, Notebook, and Birthday Card
Another gorgeous trio to present a friend who has the travel bug and is just ready to be on the road again. A to-do-notepad is always helpful when you travel to keep your checklist more organised. When it is aesthetically pleasing, it makes things more enjoyable too, right?
After all, we miss travelling so much. I am sure people want to celebrate their birthdays in some different spots, after being so much time at home during the lockdown. These beauties are made by Laura Burnett.
I don’t know about you, but I just love knowing the character and inspirations behind the art that I like. Therefore, you should check The Happy Chappo and its fabulous pins and postcards. The Adventure one is his joy, but there are so many more to check.
Here is another example of creativity and amazing craftwork spread over this country. These three cards made by Yuk Fun, Fox & Fauna, and Lisa Kirkbride Designs are just what you need to celebrate the joys of a new adventure. Love it!
Why You Should Get the Adventure Box now?
This is a perfect gift for friends, family, kids that are about to be back to school, or grow-ups to start their journey at the University, the new and old adventures out there. Here are the different types of subscriptions to choose from:
Rolling monthly subscription – £16 per box
Quarterly subscription – £15 per box
Six-monthly subscription – £14 per box
Yearly subscription – £12.50 per box (limited very special offer
It’s always important to remind you that The Stationery Society is also about making difference in our communities too and this month, 25% of each box goes to Dementia Adventure which provides meaningful activity and connection to nature for those with dementia.
*I received the product complimentary from The Stationery Society for testing purposes