Saturday, May 15, 2021

The UPside Delivered Review and Giveaway...

*This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of
The UPside Delivered. All opinions are 100% mine.*

Thanks to The UPside Delivered I am super excited to tell you about their awesome subscription boxes!

I was so happy when our boxes arrived...

This is for sure the subscription service you and your child have been waiting for!

The UPside Delivered offers educationally based boxes for children and families looking for fun and practical ways to help you cope with stress.

Look how neatly everything came packaged inside...

These awesome boxes provide more than just “stuff” to keep kids occupied. Products are carefully created and specially chosen with kids and calm in mind.

Stress and Anxiety continue to be the leading mental health issue for children and teens, ages 6-17. With almost 1 in 3 teens reporting anxiety, UPside Delivered wants to help families understand where to begin. 

Subscribe today and let the healthy habits begin!

We opened the Find Your Feelings Box first...


We sure are enjoying the How are You Feeling Magnet, Pinch Me Sand, Fox Feelings Card Ring, Story of Tomorrow Journal, Fox Plush and more.

It was so fun seeing the kids faces light up with excitement as we opened each box!


The Pinch Me Sand is really cool!

We all took turns making creations out of it. We thought it was not only fun but also relaxing.

The magnet is also a huge hit at our house...


We are having so much fun with it! It's a great way to teach kids how to express their feelings. 

Talking with each other about our feelings each day has been so awesome.

Our grandson loves finding comfort from the soft and super cuddly fox...


He was so excited when we told him he could sleep with him. After playing for many hours, they both slept really well snuggled up together. 

When he woke up in the morning he said the fox helped him to have really good dreams. 

We absolutely love the Move Your Mood box also...


Inside we were thrilled to find a Oil Bubbler, Stop Sign Choices, Calm Down Bracelets, Nature Yoga Cards, Gratitude Journal and Plush Octopus Mood.
We all found calm by doing Nature Yoga together...

Since we all love butterflies that was our favorite pose. 
It was so cute watching her imagine her legs fluttering like butterfly wings. 
Then we talked about all the other things in the box and how we will use them to help us.

Our sweet granddaughter loves her new octopus!
She said it is happy and smiling just like she is. We were able to show her when she is sad the octopus can turn inside out and has a sad face on it as well. This is another great way to express how we are feeling. 
The gratitude journal is going to be fantastic for helping us to focus on the positive things!
The “How to Coach” card inside of the boxes gave us instructions on how to use the items along with CBT techniques. It introduces the connection between our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors (the foundation of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy).

Our family thinks it is awesome The UPside Delivered provides resources that families can use at home during stressful times.

Thank you so very much The UPside Delivered for the amazing products that help us to stay calm.

Now here's the really exciting part!

I get to give a lucky winner a Find Your Feelings Box!

Enter to win below...

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10 comments:

Amy W said...

I love the fox so cute! 🦊

Marsha Cooper said...

Hard to decide what I like best in the box because it all seems awesome. I'm going to answer the pinch sand.

Linda Kish said...

I like the fox.

kywave said...

Wonderful box. I like the mood bracelet and octopus the most

Jenny said...

Wow! So hard to pick what I like best, probably the mood braclet then the adorable fox

Leela said...

A Little Box of Self-Esteem.

Unknown said...

Love the box really love the little fox

Brenda said...

Oh my son saw the pictures and he loves and wants the fox. Thanks

Maryann D. said...

I really like the Calm Down Bracelets, and the Gratitude Journal.
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Audrey Stewart said...

I would start with the A Little Box of Self-Esteem.