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Showing posts from September, 2018

Current Life Update: Traveling, College & Living Sustainably ☆

I didn't think I would continue blogging, if I'm honest. After all, the last proper post was in April. I mean, yes, sure I posted a few days ago but I mean a real post. The thing is, I've been stuck in a rut. I'm uninspired, unmotivated and losing my passion for blogging. I was sick of being stuck in a routine of talking about beauty and that's one of the reasons this blog has just become a a digital platform of expression - sharing sustainable things, poetry, videos, music etc. I don't want to categorize myself into a little niche when I could be doing so much more. And that's what I want to do - more. But, before we get into all of that, here's what's been going on. 

I've been traveling more than I've actually been "home" - aka in my college dorm room - this year. I live abroad in the Netherlands and this year I've visited Sweden, Malta, Belgium and Bali. I am currently back in South Africa and all I can say is that so far 201…

A Plastic Free...Instagram? | Interviewing @CreativePlanet_

Dear readers, 
It's been a while. I've been traveling a lot and not making enough time for the one thing that makes me super happy - blogging. As many of you know, I've switched to blogging about ethical and sustainable living. Today I am sharing an interview I did with instagram user, @creativeplanet_, or as many know her, Sophie. Sophie is a graphic designer and her instagram page caught my eye as it's so beautifully curated and sends a wonderful message about plastic pollution and sustainable fashion. 

You chose to create an Instagram about plastic pollution in a totally unconventional way. What made you want to create this account and why the blue and white colour scheme and the ocean theme? A year ago when I was walking around on the beach I saw a lot of plastic laying around and I started to pick it up. When I saw how much I collected in only a few hours I started questioning my own plastic use. I became aware of how much I use plastic and that it is j…