How frustrating is it when you realize you used the last roll of toilet paper? Or when you go to feed your pet and find that the food bin is empty? Even before the pandemic, subscription based services were gaining in popularity, and for good reason. These auto-renewal programs save you time and eliminate having to remember to add a lot of everyday essentials to your shopping list. We’ve rounded up our must-have subscription based services to streamline your frequent purchases.

Chewy

For pet owners, Chewy is popular because it carries a multitude of products and brands. Their Autoship feature makes ordering pet supplies super easy by allowing you to delay or place your order early. Conveniently, if you want to add an item to an order, you can either add it to Autoship, or just the next shipment.

Billie

Ladies, for the smoothest shave ever, look no further than Billie. Pick a razor color, answer a couple questions and you’ll be all set for a close shave. Billie even has add-ons like a travel case, shave cream, and more. It’s also easy to log in and change the frequency of delivery.

Ritual

Ritual is a line of clean, vegan, allergen-friendly vitamins with traceable nutrients. Best part – you can stock up for the whole family. They carry multivitamins for men, women, and kids. You can “build a bundle” to fit your family and it all ships together in one package. Ritual delivers your vitamins once per month and you can easily manage your delivery date.

Stitch Fix

For those of you who don’t like to shop, look no further than Stitch Fix. Available for men, women, and kids, Stitch Fix’s success is based on it’s well-formulated algorithm. You simply answer a series of questions to determine your style, size, and price preferences. Your items will then be curated for you based on your answers and past fixes. You can send a note to your stylist to let them know specifically what you’d like to see in your next fix. Your fixes can either be sent automatically on a determined schedule, or you can schedule them one at a time.

Bright Cellars

Do you ever fear running out of wine? With Bright Cellars, you’ll receive 4 curated wines monthly, bi-monthly, or quarterly. You have the option to skip a shipment, and can swap out pre-selected wines. If you receive a wine you don’t like, they’ll send you a replacement bottle in your next order for free.

KiwiCo

This one’s for the kids! Not necessarily an essential, but KiwiCo sends your kids monthly, educational STEAM kits. The kits are sorted into lines by age and type (art or science). Once the line is selected, it ships within 2 days. You can pause or cancel at any time. KiwiCo is a great option because it’s educational and fun! Plus, it’s a great activity to do with your children.

Book of the Month

Book of the Month eliminates the age-old question: “What should I read next?” There’s several book subscription options out there, but this is one of the cheapest and easiest. It gives you 5 monthly picks to choose from and you can select one (or more) and then read and review. Don’t read one book a month? No problem. Each month, you’re asked if you want a book or not.

Amazon

Lastly, there’s Amazon. With your Prime membership, utilize Subscribe & Save or the dash buttons for frequently purchased items. Amazon is really one stop shopping and they now even have a pharmacy and grocery delivery through Whole Foods.

 

We hope you find some of these helpful. By taking just a few minutes to set up your orders, you’ll save a lot of time and headaches in the long run. Go ahead and simplify your life.