Hello everybody! I hope you have been following me elsewhere, because the blog has been on vacation, literally. I went to Tuscany last week and returned home yesterday. Of course I managed to get some instagram posts and a single video through, but other than that the updates have been sparse. During my week in Tuscany, I went to a small, but awesome, Farmer’s Market in Sansepolcro, not far from where I lived. I brought canvas bags from home, because always, and got tons of delicious fresh greens. If you are more interested in what I ate during my trip, check out the video below!
Hello everyone! It may not come as a surprise that I shop second hand, yup that is the life. I have always found that the things I find in the thrift store are the things I will continue to love forever, and whatever I used to purchase in “real stores” would always fade, both in style and affection. One of my most worn items to date is a sweater that I originally bought because I thought that it was so ugly that it started to look cute. I stopped wearing it ironically two years ago, I own this thing now, for real.
My extensive use of the sweater got me thinking about fast fashion and how being fashionable and stylish is often associated with owning a lot of things, tons of different options, different colours. Once, I owned tons of clothes as well, clothes that I of course never wore, ever. I realised whilst looking at my hardly “on trend” go-to piece of clothing that I have never been as happy as I am with my one ugly ass sweater; and even though the rest of the world may disagree – I have never felt as stylish as I feel in my ugly ass sweater. All I want to point out is that wearing the same thing over and over does not make you unfashionable, but buying fast fashion fixes that are both expensive for you and for the planet definitely does.
Hello everyone! I recently started to rethink some of my old concepts, you know, things laying around at home that you once thought were awesome ideas and now they are just meh. Don’t through out – rebuild! I turned by previous DIY project – the branch jewellery holder – into a fashionable coat rack, easy! Want to see more homemade decor and upcycled interior? Check out the video below!
Hello everyone! It is almost midnight in Aalborg, but you bet I can still blog, oh yeah. I am currently working hard on getting everything ready for another video for my room tour series, I have been teasing about my “new” kitchen for months, so I think it is about time. In the meantime, why not relax and watch my latest video? Don’t worry I made it easy for you I inserted it down below, you are welcome. I am also writing on my Ebook, slowly but steady, anyway. It is coming together, but with uni and my ordinary blogging and a freaking wedding, time is just not on my side, stupid time. Also, keep inspiring me guys, I love hearing about your zero waste accomplishments and goals, it is amazing what you achieve! Give yourself a thumbs up, because you are nailing this! If you have no idea what I am talking about, I will refer to my previous request and suggest that you watch the video below. Good vibes!
Hello everyone! I finally got around and posted the second half of my “bathroom essentials”, if you check out the post below, or click here, you’ll see the items my fiancée use everyday!