MightyFix from MightyNest

This post is sponsored by MightyNest, a company committed to sourcing sustainable products for healthy homes.

It’s a new year, can you believe it?

This week, my children are slowly easing back into homeschool while I spend a good portion of my days in reflection and setting new goals and intentionality for the new year. I’m currently jotting down new plans for my family, homeschool, and health.

Last year was a year of healing for me. One of the things I focused on to bring about wellness was making small, practical changes in my life. As I mentioned in this post, one area I’m constantly working on is moving away from plastic in my kitchen.

MightyFix from MightyNest

For those of you that are unfamiliar, products made from plastic including wrap, freezer bags, and baggies release chemicals into the food they contain that act like the sex hormone estrogen. This can eventually tip your hormonal balance. For those of you that deal with anxiety and depression, detoxing your body from excess estrogen can be an impactful healthy new habit to wellness.

Thanks to MightyNest and their MightyFix, transitioning from plastic to reusable can be a cinch!

MightyFix from MightyNest

MightyFix from MightyNest

MightyFix sends subscribers a tried and true product to use in your home. The idea is that the product might encourage a change in healthy new habits. (And we could all use a little help with healthy habits). With any luck, the month’s fix might replace something that’s not particularly sustainable or healthy in your home, with something that is. 

It’s an opportunity to slowly but surely make shifts in your home, with the added benefit of being able to anticipate a bit of happy mail arriving each month. A set of wool dryer balls might replace disposable dryer sheets, for instance. A new water bottle might encourage you to ditch single-use plastic bottles forever. A set of Bee’s Wrap, like you see here, might finally replace the plastic wrap in your kitchen drawer.

MightyNest sent me a set of Lunchskins to try out and they’re now an essential part of my kitchen routine. I use them to pack my kids’ lunch for our co-op days, to store cheese, extra fruits, and vegetables. It was a simple transition to make and they hold up well. You can wash them on the top drawer of your dishwasher or a simple wash by hand is what I do. I’ve been using them for close to a year now and they still look great!

Great News! MightNest is offering My Humble Kitchen readers a special January promotion! To help you get started on making simple healthy changes this year, you can subscribe to MightyFix today through January 31st, and get your first fix for just $1 – shipping is FREE!

For just $1, you’ll receive a set of re-usable Lunchskins – a snack-size bag and a sandwich-size bag (valued at $17) – as your first fix, delivered straight to your door. Sign up here!

Here’s What You Need to Know about MightyFix

MightyFix from MightyNest

  • A subscription to MightyFix is $10/month and each month subscribers receive an item valuing at least $10, and often more. With the code HUMBLELUNCHSKINS you can get your first fix—a snack-size re-useable bag and sandwich-size reusable bag made by Lunchskins—for just $1! (through January 31st) (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.
  • 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.

Thanks to MightyNest, they make living healthy, simple and fun! Get your MightyFix today!

Have you transitioned from plastic in your kitchen? In the comments below, share some products you’ve replaced for plastic in your kitchen?

This post was sponsored by MightyNest. All opinions are my own. Thanks for supporting the brands that support My Humble Kitchen.

Diana is a mother of three, proud wife, and humbled daughter of God. She finds the most joy meeting with Jesus in her organic gardens. She is completely blessed to be able to call herself a stay at home mom where she home educates her children, joyfully serves her husband, and cooks nourishing, real food, for her family. She loves connecting with people on facebook, google+, pinterest, and instagram.

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