Do what I like, eat what I like, wear what I like...in order to like myself. You might say it's a selfish love. Well...it is and it isn't ! Because when I feel good, I pass the happiness on and share it with others. ... When I come to work in the morning my colleagues … Continue reading I feel good…tadadadada!
Convenience. We might not realize it, but it's one of the fundamental values these days. Our lives; what we do, what we eat, what we buy, revolve around convenience. The purpose of the industrial revolution already was to make people's lives easier and further technological development only allowed us to do more with less effort. … Continue reading Can convenience be sustainable?
So what are we going to talk about today? You guessed it- my beloved waste. This time, about the waste that is created in the fashion industry. It’s a pretty hot issue right now. The Ellen MacArthur Foundation has recently published a report which reveals the numbers related to waste in the fashion industry. In … Continue reading Sustainable is the new black
Airbnb is a great thing, shared economy is the future and those who try to regulate are old-fashioned idiots...right? To make things clear, I have to admit that I myself fell in love with this idea of shared economy, especially in the field of housing. I use Airbnb both as a host and as a … Continue reading Airbnb-friend or foe?
So I went to this event as a part of my job. An amazing event. Amina J. Mohammed, the Deputy Secretary General of the UN (meaning the second-highest ranked person in the UN), came to Prague. A short discussion framed by the SDGs’ agenda was organized on the premises of the UN Czech Republic. Besides … Continue reading Change the world? Let’s do it little by little
My heart melts down writing this post, Burkina was the country that I liked the most during my west african trip. Beautiful landscape, astounding sights, great vibe and foremost the most amazing people in the world. Here I became "sure et certaine" that I loved Africa. Coming to Burkina...rather a horrifying experience Our arrival to … Continue reading Travel guide: Burkina Faso
This little unknown country might not have so much to offer but it definitely reperesents a lovely West African experience. Beautiful nature, great hikes, hassle-free cities, voodoo rituals, motorcycle adrenaline and lots of beer. Welcome to Togo! Info: Languages: French (official), Ewe, others Religion: Animism (50%, Christian (35%), Islam (15%) Currency: CFA (1€=655 CFA) Price … Continue reading Travel guide: Togo