BAGGU. What the hell is a BAGGU? Well, to put it simply, it’s a reusable, ripstop nylon bag. It’s durable, affordable, stylish and environmental-friendly. What more can you ask for? I purchased my first BAGGU maybe 3 years ago and I use it for everything. I don’t just use it for grocery shopping, but I’ve brought it to the beach with me, I’ve used it as an overnight bag and I actually used it during my wedding day to store all my crap. Since my first purchase, BAGGU has certainly expanded. They have so many colors and patterns to choose from now, so many shapes and sizes, and they even have totes and backpacks. I feel like I’m a sale rep for them, but I really do think this product is great.
You can mix and match over 50+ colors and patterns when you order online.
The compact bags are great because it can hold something as small as a credit card or as large as shoes.
Best part, they’re so easy to clean. They’re machine washable and can carry a lot of weight.
Photo credit: BAGGU blog
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Jared and I registered for a mandoline slicer for our wedding, and luckily our good friend, Dwayne, bought it for us! We hadn’t used a majority of our wedding gifts mainly because we don’t have our own place yet. But this one, I had to take it out of the box and try it. You can purchase it at Bed, Bath and Beyond for $69.99. Don’t forget to use that 20% coupon, which knocks off $14. And don’t worry if the coupon is expired, they will accept it anyways. Our first test with the slicer was homemade french fries, and it worked like a charm. Turn to the Homemade French fries post for recipe!