I’ve started using an app called Earthmiles, which rewards you with ‘earthmiles’ when you opt for ‘clean transport’. Basically, you get points for walking, running and cycling which you can spend on rewards. At the moment, it’s a lot of health and exercise based rewards but I’m sure they’ll expand their partners in the future. At the moment, I think it’s UK based but I think they’re going to start branching out of the UK soon.
At the moment, I have 475em and most things are around 250em. So what did I spend my first earthmiles on? Well, I enjoy the subscription box service (fun stuff in the post, what’s not to love?), a couple of the rewards get you money off subscription boxes and they’re the companies which offer one-off trial boxes.
Like LifeBox. LifeBox offer a subscription box of healthy, ‘free from’ and ‘superfood’ snacks and products. Before I go into what I thought of the box, I have to say that as much as I was impressed by the content, packaging and the price (even without a discount, it’s very reasonable) I don’t think I would be interested in getting the box regularly (unless I had dietary requirements and found it hard to find such products). Excellent gift idea for a vegan!
So, what’s in the box?
The box is beautifully packed, and the label was a nice touch.
Selection of nuts & seeds. Most of which I’m going to add to my ‘cycling treats’ box as they definitely look like fun stuff to take on my planned cycle ride in June! (Following the river, and I’m signed up for RideLondon).
Moma Porridge super seeds. I eat a lot of porridge and I’ve read good things about the Moma brand so I look forward to trying this.