Category Archives: green living

A while ago, we got surprised by an offer to participate in an excursion organised by the BUND (which is a nature protection organisation) – to go see some very special, protected forests such as the Hohe Schrecke (page all … Continue reading

Posted in green living, travel | Leave a comment

One of the things that come with me whenever I am travelling, apart from the World’s Best Thermos Mug, is a set of cutlery. We actually bought that for our camping travels, when obviously you need cutlery, and I tried … Continue reading

Posted in green living, travel | Leave a comment

Back in 2016, I decided to finally give in and get myself a smartphone. One of the reasons for this decision was that I wanted to offer customers on fairs the possibility to pay via card – and to do … Continue reading

Posted in computer stuff, green living, work-related | Leave a comment

While bicycles may be a modern thing, and thus a modern solution to the sustainable transport issues, overuse and sustainability are not a modern thing or concern. This shit has history. Lots of history. Case in point? Overfishing. This was … Continue reading

Posted in green living, things going on in the world | 2 Comments

I’ve been writing about bicycles in our Western space yesterday – where the bike is not necessarily the first choice of transport. Usually, the more urban the area, the more prominent the bike, as it’s harder to find a parking … Continue reading

Posted in bike stuff, green living, things going on in the world | 1 Comment

I’m a day late to blog about this, but I only realised yesterday afternoon: June 3 is World Bicycle Day. Bicycles are my personal favourite means of transport. I’ve been cycling to school as a teen (even though my parents … Continue reading

Posted in bike stuff, green living, personal stuff | 1 Comment

Trying to live a green-ish life can be a challenge – sometimes because it takes more effort to do the green thing, or more time; sometimes because it’s more expensive, or means that you have to opt for an alternative … Continue reading

Posted in green living | Leave a comment