Becoming sustainable

Yesterday WHO confirmed what we already suspected, meat is as bad as cigarettes (read here). And as suspected people are already passionately rejecting this with explanations and exceptions. Alongside there are several studies and a great documentary Cowspiracy (watch it here, or on Netflix) which shows us that the meat and dairy industry is rrrrrreally bad … More Becoming sustainable

Yoga and Scoliosis

What I see when I open youtube in the morning. 😀 I started practicing yoga around three weeks ago and how I look and feel is incredible. My favorite yogi is Ali Kamenova. There are lots of yogis on youtube, and they are all amazing in their own ways. But Ali kills me every time, leaving me glued to … More Yoga and Scoliosis

Fabric Shopping Bags

I think most of us know why we shouldn’t use plastic bags, so this won’t be another lecture. Instead I present you with a solution: shoppuing bags made of old T-shirts. I can’t believe I never thought of this, but when I saw this blog post through Pinteres, I was amazed. Follow the tutorial at DeliaCreates

A Weekend in Bali

Third time’s the charm! Because that’s how many attempts Manuele and I made to visit Bali. Lets start by confirming that Bali is amazing. The people are friendly, everyone seems to smile all the time, and the atmosphere is a relaxed kind that I haven’t sensed since my last trip to Bosnia (no irony, Bosnians are … More A Weekend in Bali

Urban Farming

I’ve been inspired by this blog post where Ariel shares 13 plants which can basically regrow themselves. I used to grow my own veg in UK last year (read about it here), and it’s a fascinating and special experience when you watch your hard work grow big and healthy. Lemongrass is a natural mosquito repellent, and while sprays … More Urban Farming