Wasting My Waste Seems Wasteful.

It seems that the Zero Waste/Minimalist movement is almost entirely monopolised by American women (or those living in America) in their early twenties and thirties. Even, Bea Johnson, arguably the Queen of the Zero Waste movement is a fashionable French woman living in California. It is easy to understand why non-profit organisations such as 1 … Continue reading Wasting My Waste Seems Wasteful.

Minimalist, Zero Waste, Human

Being a Minimalist and living a “zero waste” life seem to go together like Sonny and Cher or like Gummy Bears and Strawberry Ice-cream (don’t fight me on this). However, starting out and mixing a new lifestyle with an old one can be more like Zac Efron and High School Musical - the old life … Continue reading Minimalist, Zero Waste, Human

An Anxious Persons Guide to Meditation

The minimalism journey I have started is just a small part of a future that I am creating for myself. It’s not a new me, its not some sort of soul searching transformative journey that will turn me against shaving my legs or using soap. This is merely an exploration of ways to calm my … Continue reading An Anxious Persons Guide to Meditation

Days at home.

Its been one of those days that started with accidentally putting my tracksuit pants on over the top of my pyjama pants. It wasn’t until after a couple of steps that I noticed something was wrong and my legs weren’t as free as I had anticipated they would be. One of those days that you … Continue reading Days at home.

La Sirena, Uruguay

Seventeen hours on a bus is not fun, no matter how you dress it up. However it was made reasonably comfortable by the luxury bus that arrived at the terminal that would take us to Uruguay. Reclining seats, full foldable leg rests and black out curtains worked very hard to make sleep a possibility. Aside … Continue reading La Sirena, Uruguay