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Full Spring 2021 Box Reveal

Our Spring box was an absolute hit! It has over $100 worth of amazing, stress-relieving products. We were very intentional to boost your mood after the New Year and start this year on a refreshing and motivational note.  To start, our Spring box came with a 50 page notepad by Worthwhile Paper that has a cute little motivational quote on top of each page. A diamond pen also came with the notepad in order to write down your thoughts and lists every day, and be reminded that you are a diamond- strong and beautiful. We also threw in a mental health magazine from Mantra Wellness which some of you might have remembered from last Season- we wanted to make sure all our...

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Full Winter Box Reveal 2020

Our Winter box was our first box to go out- yay! It has over $100 worth of amazing, stress-relieving products. We are so grateful for all of the support during our first few months post launch, and for all of our wonderful customers who have stuck with us! So, without further ado, our FULL REVEAL!  To start, our Winter box came with a mug handmade by us here at Serenity Now. It says "anxie-tea" on it, so you can have some tea to relax you ;) It also came with a couple honey sticks for your tea, a tea infuser AND a bag of Vana Tisanes Calm Blend tea! What!! You have the whole kit right there to have a relaxing...

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About Serenity Now

I am Nicole Zarcadoolas and the founder of Serenity Now. Throughout my childhood and adolescent years, I've dealt with quite a bit of grief, loss and traumatic experiences. Like many people, my brain just couldn't handle the overload. I developed a severe Generalized Anxiety Disorder and PTSD, and suffered for years trying to explain how I felt to other people who never seemed to fully understand. I spent years crying daily, begging to just be "normal" and constantly having panic attacks. I went to countless doctors for them all to tell me it was "just anxiety" and to just "change my mindset."  After spending a lot of time feeling sorry for myself and wishing I was "normal," I realized that...

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