...aka what I (didn't) buy during pregnancy. As my belly started growing (around 22nd week), I’ve been having the “I have nothing to wear!” panic attacks from time to time. Sounds familiar to you, pregnant ladies? It’s not only that your crop tops and regular fitted sweaters and t-shirts just don’t fit anymore, but also … Continue reading Pregnancy fashion minimalism
I love shopping, I’m not gonna deny. I love Abercrombie&Fitch. I love luxury second hands. I could die for certain types of shoes. I am a jacket/coat freak. And you know what? There’s nothing wrong about it, as long as I always think twice before I buy something and I don't buy clothes that I’m … Continue reading My #minimumwaste wardrobe
It seems like recycling has become a trend. If you don’t recycle or don’t own any stuff that was made from recycled (upcycled) waste, you’re totally out. But are you really? Recycling and using waste to create something else of a greater value (upcycling) is on the rise. So much that the internet is now … Continue reading Eco-bullshitting?
In my last post, I wrote my thoughts on the information by the World Bank that in 50 years we are going to drown in waste. I ended the blog post by saying that business need to change their models from linear to circular ones. Linear = make-take-dispose, circular=make-take-reuse, remember? ... Let's take the example … Continue reading The responsible future of shopping
During my last trip to Africa, being a “minimum waster”, I couldn't not see all the trash that is almost ubiquitous. You've heard, you've seen it. Beaches and streets in the third world countries full of trash, mostly plastic waste like PET bottles, biscuit wrappers and plastic bags. Bali, Philippines...the media is full of it, … Continue reading Show them how
Don't believe what people tell you, wait till you see everything yourself. ... Even though my experience has proven that no matter what people tell you, the reality is usually different, I still always look for at least some information about the countries I'm going to. With Cameroon it was no different. Lonely planet … Continue reading Cameroon diaries III.: Cameroon, you’re so lovely!
Do what I like, eat what I like, wear what I like...in order to like myself. You might say it's a selfish love. Well...it is and it isn't ! Because when I feel good, I pass the happiness on and share it with others. ... When I come to work in the morning my colleagues … Continue reading I feel good…tadadadada!
Airbnb is a great thing, shared economy is the future and those who try to regulate are old-fashioned idiots...right? To make things clear, I have to admit that I myself fell in love with this idea of shared economy, especially in the field of housing. I use Airbnb both as a host and as a … Continue reading Airbnb-friend or foe?