December 5, 2016

Gift Chocolate This Year With Harbor Sweets

Disclaimer: I provided samples in order to facilitate this post, however, all thoughts and opinions are my own. 

Yikes! It's been a long time since I wrote last! It's been so so crazy around here.  Between David hitting midterms and me reaching the end of the trimester at school, I've been so focused on everything else. Plus we've been spending weekends doing the fun holiday stuff that ges along with the end of the year! Anyone else feel like there is just too much to do this month? I think every single weekend is booked up already... our yearly vacation to P-Town, an event at Foxwoods, The Nutcracker, my mom's 50th birthday, and a dance performance! I'm already exhausted.

I am super excited though because most of my holiday shopping is already done.  The kids gifts are bought (don't worry, I'll be sharing what they're getting plus I'll have great ideas for your kids later this week!), my husband is done (don't worry, I've got you covered there too!), and my family members are just about done. I love giving great gifts and I really think about them for months so I know that I'm getting something they really want.

My biggest concern this year is all the "extras" that I don't really know what to get them: Emma's teachers, her dance instructors, Tyler's speech clinicians and therapists, the mail lady, you know, the list that seems to grow more every year? I'm super excited to share that I have found a wonderful, meaningful gift that is cost effective for all those extra people... and it gives back to a great cause!


Gather is a flight of six dark chocolate flavors, each infused with wildflower honey and packaged in a beautiful gold honeycomb-shaped box. In addition to it being ridiculously delicious, a portion of sales goes to the Pollinator Partnership, a non-profit that educates and advocates best honeybee protection practices. The best part is that a 6-piece box is $12.50 and 12-piece box is only $18.50. Each piece is delicious, but my personal favorite was the cashew caramel. Yum!


Let's be honest, you're spending $15-$20 on a gift for your kids' teachers, your dance instructors, your co-worker, your neighbor, and all those other last minutes people, and this is a much better gift that you know will be eaten and at the same time, you're giving back to help save the bees.

And since I love them so much, I'm giving you a discount code GATHER4FUN to save 10% off your order!

If delicious, honey-infused candy isn't your thing, Harbor Sweets offers lots of alternatives, including their signature Sloops, which are delicious almond butter crunch shaped sailboats with white chocolate floating in dark chocolate, and their assorted Nordic boxes that include things like Marblehead Mints (dark chocolate delicately flavored with peppermint crunch), Sweet Shells (dark chocolate with a hint of orange crunch), Sand Dollars (creamy butter caramel with a pecan in dark chocolate), Barque Sarah (solid milk chocolate with whole toasted almonds), Friendship Sweets (rich, solid dark chocolate), and, of course, more Sweet Sloops!

With so many delicious options, holiday shopping can be done with just a few clicks. Now the question is, which do I get?

Let me know who you plan on gifting delicious Harbor Sweets chocolates to this holiday season!

xo, Heather

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