Sustainable Yoga Wear (Brands and Fabrics)

Do you do yoga? Or any other sports? If so, I am sure that you are having some kind of yoga or sports wear!? I do too, obviously, and when I started being more conscious about what kind of clothes to wear, I also had to think of yoga wear. I wonder why it took me so long to write a post like this one here today, even though I actually believe that wearing „clean“ clothes while doing sports is…

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Vegan in Flensburg: The Fresh Inn

I really begin to enjoy my little „Vegan in…“ series! This time I am taking you to Flensburg. Flensburg is my hometown, actually. I used to live there until I was 22 or so and when I left I promised to never come back. Why? Because I found it too small, too boring, too conservative, too old. This September I went back to visit the town for a couple of days, see some old friends and stuff. I didn’t expect…

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Fair Fashion Look with KOKOworld

I am excited to share another fair fashion look with you, including some really wonderful labels! This post focus will be on the brand KOKOworld, a Polish label that is creating beautiful clothes and accessoires in cooperation with fair trade projects all over the world. But read more in the really intersting interview further down. I am wearing a black cotton dress from KOKOworld. The dress is super comfy and cute and it has a kind of shape that makes…

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Master Lin Natural Cosmetics Review

It’s been a while since my last cosmetics post so here we go with a new one! The past few weeks I have been testing a few different products from the Austrian natural cosmetics label Master Lin. Master Lin was founded by a Austrian business women facing severe health issues. During a trip through Asia, she met a buddhist monk called Master Lin. Master Lin did not only help her solve her health issues but he also entrusted her a…

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Hiking in Novina (Czech Republic)

Last weekend was magic. Well somehow at least. We went hiking in Novina, in Czech Repbulic. Novina is like the smallest little village, there is no supermarket, no anything, just a train station in the middle of nowhere, were we went off the train to hike 40 minutes up hill with a huge suitcase (why didn’t we bring our backpacks again?). Every year around the first of October my husband and I celebrate our anniversary somewhere in the nature, usually…

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