Hey Chicks! I recently discovered these two amazing online stores in which you can find bamboo alternatives to a large number of everyday things. For instance, I got myself a bamboo IPhone cover which I am head over heels for! I found these two bamboo container in which I now store baking soda and vitamins, they come in both a small and a large box. Though I must admit, my all time favourite item is the bamboo watch, which I believe, I already showed you. The project of getting rid of all plastic in my household is going so well, and these stores helped me a lot. Bamboo is a brilliant alternative, it is biodegradable – therefore: No waste. Would you consider getting rid you everyday plastic?
Hey Chicks! As I posted yesterday on Facebook and a few weeks ago in Instagram – I got a new tattoo. I’ve actually waited over two years with this one, so it was pretty huge when I finally got it! It is a paraphrase of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s Le Petit Prince drawing , made by a gorgeous friend of mine. I had it done at The Boulevard Social Club in Aalborg, which I can strongly recommend. Do you have any tattoo dreams?
Hey Chicks! I’ve already made a few of these video, which all can be found on my Youtube channel. The idea is basically to put together outfit entirely from second hand stores. The sweet Ida Emilie made the song ‘Flights of Fancy’ which is used for this video. I hope you like it!
Recipe inspiration from Trash Is For Tossers
Hey Chicks! I felt super inspired by Larua Singer from Trash is for Tossers, to show you this recipe for zero waste tooth paste. I’ve searched high and low for an eco friendly alternative but plastic free toothpaste is no where to be found. However I found a recipe so you can make you own, I’ve already used it and it feels amazing on your teeth. Though it is a bit more salty than what one might be used to, but honestly, it is a lot more effective and by the way; waste free!
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Hey Chicks! As I recently received my Eco Lunch Box, I decided to show you how I would arrange my lunch in this box. In the bottom layer I keep carrots, for snacking around the day – A good tip to keep them fresh is to store slices of citrus fruits with them, which can also be used in your water during the day. In the middle layer I keep the actual lunch, which for the most part consists of left overs plus salad. In this case it is herb-y meat balls with mozzarella. In the top layer a bit of fruit for ‘dessert’ and some bell pepper – also used as snacks. How do you arrange your lunch and could you consider an Eco Lunch Box?