Today, I had a very interesting conversation with my friend during our lunch break and she told me : ” I legit would not know what to cook for you if you came over for dinner”. And you know what? I’ve probably heard that a hundred times. I get it,
It’s been a while since I last posted. In fact, It was before Christmas. I had a lot of blog posts planned but I simply couldn’t bring myself to write them. Not because I didn’t have time or because of writer’s block, nope; I just don’t find blogging fun anymore.
It’s no secret, ditching meat and other animal products is one of the most sustainable things you can do. It’s also one of the kindest. After all, isn’t the Christmas season all about joy, love and kindness? So forget about the dead birds and the ham! You don’t need meat
The internet is a gold mine when it comes to eco-swaps and most of the time people will tell you about how amazing they are, that it changed their life and that they could never go back. I do that a lot and it’s true a lot of the time.
Ok guys, my last post was about sustainable raincoats, so I figured I HAD to talk about sustainable rainboots too. I know it’s only a matter of weeks before it starts snowing in Norway but I’m sure this post will be helpful for those of you who live further down
Wow! I can’t believe I wrote my last post in spring, and we are already in October. But you know what? I really needed to take a break in order enjoy the summer months. Also, I needed a vacation. But now that I’m fully recharged, it’s time to get back
Spring is here! I repeat, spring is here! And with spring comes dandelions (Taraxacum officinale). I know most people see them as invasive lawn weeds but in reality they’re pretty amazing. From flower to root, dandelions are packed with nutrients and have been used in traditional medicine for centuries. I’m
Maybe some of you missed the memo but I live in Norway now! I bet I’m not teaching you anything when I say it can get very cold over here. As I write these words, it’s minus 10 but as the Germans say : there is no bad weather, only
Long time no see friends! I kind of left the blog die out the past year, in favor of Instagram, but I have decided to start posting here again. Insta is no longer fun and I blame the algorithm. I love the community we created there but I just see
Admit it. Whenever you think about sustainable fashion, you picture shapeless hemp clothes paired with hiking shoes. At least I did when I decided to adopt a greener lifestyle. I truly believed it was going to be harsh on my closet and that I was going to have to compromise