Less Waste Family Car Kit

When we began reducing our waste (and I was riding the wave of late pregnancy organisation mode 😂) we made a little #lowwaste car kit to make it easier to stay #plasticfree on the go (we certainly don’t always manage this but it helps us do better, most of the time, which is good enough for me❤). We have a takeaway coffee cup for me, a metal bowl and spork each, lots of produce and shopping bags, jars for bulk foods, an old takeaway tub for baked goods / leftovers etc. and I also keep a couple of spare reusable nappies, wet bag, cloth wipes and an old filled water bottle to wet them. It saves me remembering everything on the morning of going somewhere, which is helpful for a mama with extreme baby brain / very demanding small people 😂
And in case your interested in the thrilling contents of my car boot 😂 I also keep a picnic blanket, baby sling and blanket, a thin towel for each of the kids, a onesie for each kid, my granny trolley and a camping chair so I can sit and feed comfortably out anywhere. I kinda love seeing whats in people’s cars / fridges / bags, is that weird?! 😂😂 L x

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Less Waste Life: Popcorn

Trying to swap out homemade snacks for stuff we would usually buy where we can – popcorn is a super good #thrifty #lowwaste alternative to crisps – popping corn costs us £1.23 for a whole kilo from our local wholesaler which lasts for ages, as just half a cup of corns and a spoon of coconut oil makes a big pan full – packed the girls off to forest school with a tub each, we ate a tonne from the pan and I’ve still got half a big jar left to munch on later 👌 We usually jazz it up with a good sprinkle of cinnamon and coconut sugar 😍 or just plain old salt if we are fancying something savoury. What are your favourite things to have around to snack on? L x

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