If you know me, then you probably know that I can be the most ADD individual sometimes. My mind wanders and quickly conversations turn from "How is Your Day?" to "Oh my gosh! Look at what my dog is doing!". I am very much a proponent of solving problems without the use of prescription drugs, which is why I have fallen in love with my Comfort Cube.
What is Comfort Cube?
Comfort Cube is a highly addictive fidget cube that is designed to relieve stress and help you focus. It can be used at work, at school, and even at home. Since I work from home, I keep my Comfort Cube on my coffee table and use it while I work. I particularly find use for it when I am brainstorming solutions for my clients or needing to think outside of the box. It is a more mature version of the new kid-crazed fidget spinner.
The Comfort Cube has six sides that you can fidget with when the need arises. The sides include Click (which is similar to clicking a pen), Flip (which is similar to flipping a switch repetitively), Roll (which includes a rollable ball and three gears), Breathe (which is similar to a worry stone and helps relieve stress), Glide (which is similar to a gaming joystick), and Spin (which is similar to a dial, that you can continually spin). If you have ever sat through a meeting with me then you probably know which side is my favorite, Click. I am always clicking pens to their breaking point. This Comfort Cube has helped saved me numerous pens while helping me generate useful ideas and solutions for my clients.
I particularly like the Breathe side when I am stressed and needing to relax. On my recent trip to Italy I brought my Comfort Cube along. The Breathe side particularly came in handy to help soothe my anxiety prior to boarding our nine hour flight to Rome. (I'll admit, once I boarded, I did have to take half a Xanax to help knock me out for the duration of the flight.) Anyways, as my palms were sweaty, my mind was racing, and my stomach was uneasy, I simply pulled out my Comfort Cube and utilize the Breathe side to help relieve some of these pre-flight jitters.
Where to Buy Comfort Cube?
Again, if you know me, you know I very rarely buy anything from the store anymore. I recently started subscribing to Hello Fresh so I don't even get groceries from the store! Comfort Cube is pretty easy to purchase and can be bought directly from their website, www.getcomfortcube.com. There's no real hoops to jump through to order the product. It's even easier to order then Hello Fresh.
Another cool thing about Comfort Cube is that they come in a bunch of different colors. You can even buy his and hers Comfort Cubes. I like the white and pink one for me and the blue and white for my husband. With most things in life, the more Comfort Cubes you buy the cheaper they are (so it's more affordable to buy his and hers instead of just buying his or hers).
The two pack of Comfort Cube's is considered the "best value" with a two pack costing $25.00 per cube and including free shipping for both cubes. If you want more Comfort Cubes then you can go with their "most popular" package which includes three Comfort Cubes costing $20.00 per cube and including free shipping. If you still aren't sure about Comfort Cube and just want to buy one for now, you can purchase one Comfort Cube at $29.00 plus $4.95 in shipping and handling fees.
Shipping is pretty fast. I ordered my Comfort Cube and got in the same week. This product has been a godsend on my productivity and focus. They also make great gifts and prizes for employees! Why not reward your employees with a Comfort Cube for their next achievement. Obviously, I am not a very "salesy" person, but this product was so awesome that I just wanted to spread the word!
Haley Parler Moore
A girl with who overthinks everything and made a blog to put all of her excessive thoughts on. 20 something. Charleston resident. Marketer. Work out junkie. Bulldog mommy. Wife. Gamecock fan. Lover of football and Lululemon.