Here you’ll find referral links and discount codes for my favourite sites, services, or products. I use these sites regularly so I want to pass on the savings on to you. 🙂
I use Airbnb to book all of my accommodations. Whether you’re planning a short weekend getaway or a longer 3-month stay, you’ll find what you need on Airbnb. Airbnb is similar to other hotel booking sites except you book real flats or rooms. In addition to all of the flats and rooms I booked during my 6-month trip around Europe, this is how Kuba and I found all of our flats when we started travelling together full-time. Airbnb is cheaper than a hotel and nicer since you can rent out furnished flats with kitchens. In my opinion, it’s a cosier vibe than staying in a hotel room. If you sign up through my Airbnb referral link, we both get discounts! You’ll save £30 on your first booking.
While visiting Thailand and India, we used Booking.com to find affordable hotel rooms. If you use my Booking.com referral link for your next trip, we’ll both get a $20 reward!
I order PB2 peanut butter powder from iHerb.com. They ship to 150 countries so I’m never without it. I use it every day, often twice a day in my oatmeal and for a snack. It’s lower in fat and calories because it’s oil-free. To me, it even tastes better than regular peanut butter. If you want to try it, you can save 5% on iHerb.com using my discount code: LIS5621. The code applies to your entire order on iHerb, so have a look around. They sell loads of vegan goodies and supplies, including another must-have item in my kitchen: nutritional yeast! Click on this link to apply the discount code, or simply enter the code into your shopping cart just before you checkout. Enjoy!
This is where I get music for my videos. I pay a monthly subscription to have unlimited access to a massive music library with over 30,000 tracks and 60,000 sound effects. You can try it for free (for one month) if you sign up through my referral link: https://bit.ly/tryepidemicsound
Organic Basics reached out to me and offered me a gift card so I could try their clothing. They’re from Copenhagen and they make underwear and everyday basics in organic cotton and recycled textiles. Everything is ethically made in Europe. They say the fashion industry is dirty and they know it can be better. That’s why sustainability is the core focus on everything they do.
In the following video, I review Organic Basics SilverTech Active Long-sleeve shirt, leggings and thongs:
I’m very happy with their SilverTech Active shirt and leggings. Not only are they super comfortable, but they are also well made so they will last a long time.
Check them out and let me know what you think! If you purchase clothing through my Organic Basics affiliate link, I’ll receive a small commission. Thank you! 🙂
SiteGround for Blog Hosting
I use SiteGround to host my blog. Their hosting plans are affordable and their customer service is excellent. Anytime I have a question, I simply ask in a live-chat window and a representative responds within minutes. If you want to self-host your blog look no further! Sign up using my referral link for 50% off.
You’ve probably seen our minimalist sandals in our vlogs or Instagram posts, so you know Kuba and I are crazy for Xero Shoes Z-Trek sandals.
I’m happy to report that I’m now an Ambassador for Xero Shoes! If you want to try Xero Shoes yourself, feel free to purchase them through my Xero Shoes affiliate link.