Focusing on having a sustainable life means slow living, enjoying what we do now. Additionally, this lifestyle can help us to highlight the importance of learning and investing time and effort into an activity. Thus, to develop a hobbie can help us to exercise our patience and self-criticism.
February has come to an end, and with it the #FuturisticFebruary challenge. Although we initially joined because of the instagramers @sustainable_duo, it is actually a fabulous challenge for any month of the year as well. The idea is to collect all your waste for 30 days (28 in February) to get an overview of our monthly waste. Do you want to know how much trash we produce in 30 days?
In this post I would like to recommend you our must watch environmental documentaries.
In our quest to improve as human beings and to make the planet a better place for all of us through zero waste, a minimalist lifestyle and a planted-based diet, we will inevitably stumble across an, at times unexpectedly, bumpy road.
The year is ending and we would like to do it in the best way: observing the waste that we have left behind aiming not to produce it this coming year.That’s why I’ve decided to describe the waste we produced during 2018. Continue reading
All big changes begin with small steps. To make an idea or dream to become real, we must organize it into small challenges or goals. So, little by little we are getting great results in a staggered way.
More than a movement, it is a life philosophy. Therefore, it requires making a complete change, from the inside out. First, we need to evaluate how can we get adapted to it, what it is necessary to be changed in our life, therefore, everyone will need a different adaptation time.