How we can all be modern everyday activists

Why convenience at the expense of the planet is not convenient at all. And why we need to make it clear to the companies that the reason we don´t wanna buy their shit is that it´s packed or made from plastic.+ My weekend in photos

Fashion Revolution – Who made my clothes?

Millions of people make our clothes. Too many live in poverty, exploitation or danger. We can change that. Join the #FashionRevolution and demand a fair, safe and more transparent industry. Ask brands #whomademyclothes during Fashion Revolution Week 23-29th April 2018

My low waste toiletry kit – Update

Cutting plastic out of your life is a process. Don´t feel bad if you have a lot of plastic in your bathroom right now. Use what you have and recycle the bottles. If you don´t use some of the products, sell them or just give them away if they are still good. And after that buy more consciously, DIY some products, experiment. I hope I can make even more products at home in the future, but right now I have all I need.

7 day challenges

You know the feeling when a motivation wave hits you and you are convinced that from this moment on you will exercise every day, but somehow 4 days later your motivation is not that strong anymore and all the excuses are getting stronger? But what if you twist it around and make it fun.

25 Sustainable Gift Ideas

Giving gifts should be fun and thoughtful and environmentally friendly gesture of love and friendship. But somehow it turned into heavy consumerism, pollution and stress. Here is how you can make some gifts at home and keep your holidays sustainable and creative.

How sustainable is snowboarding?

As the percentage of carbon dioxide in Earth’s atmosphere rises, our planet heats up. Glaciers melt. Seasons blend together as winters become warmer. What are we-snowboarders doing about it and are we making it worse?

GUPPYFRIEND Washing Bag puts a stop to micro waste

Synthetic materials are poisoning our environment. When we think about this problem, images of plastic bottles and plastic bags come to mind, but synthetic textiles are a big part of the problem, too. The Guppyfriend washing bag filters out the tiniest microfibers released from textiles during washing.