This post is sponsored by MightyNest, a company committed to sourcing sustainable products for healthy homes.
Hi friends. I’ve shared with you in the past many lovely products from MightyNest, an online store dedicated to providing your family with healthy products.
Today, I wanted to share with you about their newest program called, MightyFix. For a small monthly subscription rate, MightyFix sends subscribers a healthy product to use in their home. A simple and sustainable product that may just replace something that’s not as healthy for your family.
I personally feel this program is delightful, especially for those of us that lead busier lives and often, don’t have the time to research every product we use regularly.
Many of you have shown me your anticipation for my upcoming anxiety series. In my own journey to healing, I’ve had to make many changes in the products that I use at home.
An amazing resource and help to me in my own journey to healing has been Dr. Aviva Romm. She’s a mother of 4, a Yale-trained physician specializing in integrative medicine for women and children, a midwife, and an herbalist among many other achievements. Her posts and podcasts have helped me learn what herbs and supplements I should be taking and also what products I should be avoiding.
While listening to one of her podcasts she mentioned that our use of plastic wrap should be avoided. I always thought that as long as the food was cold, using plastic wrap and plastic baggies was ok. According to Dr. Aviva Romm, although the food is cold, the plastic still releases chemicals that act like the sex hormone estrogen. This could be one factor that can lead to a hormonal imbalance which can then result in anxiety.
After listening to this podcast I started thinking about how much plastic I still use in my kitchen. Here’s the cool part. Seriously, a week after I listened to that podcast, MightyNest got in touch with me to share about their new program called MightyFix and an alternative to plastic wrap called Bee’s Wrap.
Isn’t God so good!
Bee’s Wrap is handmade in Vermont from organic cotton muslin that has been coated with beeswax, jojoba oil, and tree resin. The heat from your hands can mold the fabric into place over a bowl, or a block of cheese, or even a loaf of bread. The wrap is reusable and will last for a year! To clean it, just use soap and cold water.
For just a few dollars, you can try this incredible product by signing up for MightyFix today. I’m signing up myself as their are many “fixes” I’d like to receive in the mail each month that will save me time and energy.
Here’s what you need to know about MightyFix:
- A subscription to MightyFix is $10/month and each month subscribers receive an item valuing at least $10, and often more. With the code HUMBLEBEESWRAPFIX you can get your first fix—a medium and large sheet of Bee’s Wrap—for just $3. (The code will be automatically applied to your cart with this link.)
- Shipping on your MightyFix is always free, but more than that, if you want to add other things to your order—cloth sandwich wraps or glass water bottles—you can add those to your order and have all of those things ship for free, too.
- 15% of your $10/monthly MightyFix is eligible to be donated to your child’s school. More details on MightyNest school fundraising right here.
- MightyFix products are always products that would be useful in any household; not for families with children only.
- You can be a subscriber for as long or short as makes sense for you; there’s no mandatory subscription period.
To Get Your MightyFix
MightyNest is offering My Humble Kitchen readers a special $3/month rate for the first month of their subscription. That means that if you sign up for MightyFix today, you’ll pay just $3 for the first month and you’ll receive a set of Bee’s Wrap—a large and medium sheet—as your first fix. The fix will arrive to your door within a week or so! To sign up: click here. (MightyFix is currently only available to US customers.)
This post was sponsored by MightyNest. All opinions are my own. Thanks for supporting the brands that support My Humble Kitchen.