Unboxing: Lit-Cube February 2018, “Passport to New Orleans”

It’s the start of Mardi Gras and there’s no better place to travel than New Orleans this month.

Do you know what the colors of Mardi Gras represent: purple = justice, green = faith, and gold = power. Thank you random Lit-Cube facts.

Getting into it I love this crate. I haven’t gotten a Lit-Cube in a few months because of the holidays and needing to save up money but I’m beyond happy I came back with this one.


The Feathered Bone by Julie Cantrell

Set amidst the murky parishes of rural Louisiana and told through the eyes of two women who confront the darkest corners of humanity with quiet and unbreakable faith.


I’ve been in such a reading rut but this book caught my interest. Although it is in the category of Christian fiction (and as many know I am not) I want to expand genres and see what happens. And there are plenty of positive reviews so I’m going to give it a shot.

Sultry South Bath Salts by Two Wild Hares


Baths are one of my favorite things to do and I’m either putting in bath bombs or bubbles or salts. It smells great and I can’t wait to try it out.

Mimi’s Praline By Louisiana Praline Company

I never tried a praline but I like pecans.


Per usual I ate the food that came with the Lit-Cube. To be honest I wasn’t sure if I liked it at first but I usually end up liking any food. And in the end I like pralines.

C’est Bon! Tote Bag


I haven’t owned a drawstring bag since high school. The fabric is strong and the detail on the bag isn’t too much. I can’t wait to find an excuse to use this bag because I love it.

Gone With The Grain Thumb Page Holder


A page holder! I’ve thought about getting one in the past but to be honest usually forgot. This reminds me of the tea infuser Lit-Cube added to the September crate with their tea. Just that something extra puts Lit-Cube up there as one of my favorite crates.



This is an almost $60 crate and to get it under $40 is a pretty good deal. The drawstring bag is perhaps my favorite item but everything goes together well and it’s always great getting items from smaller businesses.


I can’t wait to see where we travel to next month.

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