Something is always preventing those who really need an escape to a postcard perfect destination... Perhaps the reasons range from being a workaholic or financial restraints. For others health issues get in the way of planning a much needed vacation. But let's face it, time is ticking and that bucket list won't check off itself! This is where My Staycation Box can help.
My Staycation Box takes the hassle away from planning and going on a vacation, because the company brings the vacation to you! Think of it as one way plane ticket meets a well curated care package designed to help those who need an escape, especially those who can't drop everything and go, achieve a vacation like experience he or she deserves and needs. The company offers different destination themed boxes curating great items from those destinations in each box ranging from Greece to Jamaica, Australia to Italy. Each box contains 6-8 regionally made gifts that play on all 5 senses tied together with a unique postcard that help plan one's staycation itinerary incorporating all the products in the box.
While this is great for oneself, it makes for a fun, thoughtful gift too - especially the hard to buy for friends and family! Sure to cheer a person up there's bouquets of flowers or cut fruit arranged in a vase that often go bad quickly and cost an arm and a leg or gift baskets of toiletries which really send the wrong message... However, a care package in a beautiful box from their favorite destination can solve that problem. Consider people who would like to connect more with their family heritage or perhaps want to do something different on date night, My Staycation Box's themed boxes are the answer.
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