Continuing my journey on replacing toxic and environmentally bad make-up, I came across so many great products for your face, that I’d like to share. As I told you in my post about replacing my make-up, now I want to show you all the products I use for my daily skin routine.
2019 is already a little bit over a week old and amongst my new year’s resolution to be more conscious about my consumption, I want to be more thankful for my life. “Be the energy that you want to attract” is a good mantra for this. In the past I used to see some of my relationships rather negative and I want to stop judging and nagging about people, I believe with practice one can learn that. Additionally I think that positivity can be contagious, so I hope to catch it and to spread it!
This the season to spend evenings on the sofa with a hot chocolate in your hand and some sweets on your lap, while watching something on TV. Let’s not just watch anything but let me inspire you to watch some great and funny stuff!
Therefore I want to share my list of must-see comedians on Netflix! And yes they are all female comedians because women – believe it or not – can be funnier than man!
As the new year started, many of us made promises. This year, I want to start a more conscious way of living. As you know from a previous post, I stopped shopping at Zara and last year I also did not buy any piece of clothes at H&M for myself. This year I want to quit all fast-fashion retailers and reduce the amount of clothes I’m buying and be more conscious about my consumption overall.
Taking it a step further I asked myself in which other field I could improve my way of consuming and I decided to do something about my make-up repertoire.
There’s this TED-talk I came across recently, which stuck in my head.
A white male became a woman and talks about her experiences in each of the genders.
To all those, who say we don’t need feminism or that we are all equal: how would you know?