April 19, 2017

My Top 10 Mighty Nest Pics

My Top 10 Mighty Nest Pics

Apart from using the Mighty Fix, these are some of my choices from the Mighty Nest website that we use around our home on a regular basis!

For the kitchen:

1. Bees wrap – I love this stuff, it is a great way to get rid of that plastic wrap and keep your food fresh! – Click here to use the discount for a medium and large sheet of Bee’s wrap for just $3 (knowing that you can cancel at any time.)

2. Cast iron skillet 6.5” –  I do all my cooking in cast iron skillets, they are so reliable, economic and last forever. You can also find a variety of sizes on their website! 6-skillet-lodge

3. Cast Iron Scrubber Brush – again, we are always working towards living a zero waste lifestlye and this is just one of the many products that helps us do that.lodgecastironscrubberbrush


4. Beautiful Bends Glass Straw – we bought our own straws to cut down on our amount of waste, we even take them with us when we eat out  – OR Endurance Stainless Steel Straws  – also amazing.glass_straws2

5. Reusable Produce Bags – a greatreplacement for those plastic carrier bags! 

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6. Quad Stainless Steel Bento Box, 20 oz – we use bento boxes all the time, they are a quick and easy way to carry food safely and sustainably

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For the home:

7. Wool Dryer Balls – I first got these as part of the mighty fix (which you will too if you sign up!) and now i use them all the time, they dry and soften your clothes naturally, without using all of those chemicals.

8. Bamboo Toothbrush – I use one of these on the daily, they are one of my must haves as we continue to work towards a zero waste lifestyle.

For the little ones:

9. Childrens sippy cup – Clayton has used one of these since he was able to, they are are BPA free, sturdy and leak-proof (as has been thoroughly tested..)

10. Organic Cotton Crib Sheet – it’s so important to us that what Clatyon sleeps on is natural and chemical free.

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