A couple of months ago I shared this photo on Instagram with a little caption about my acne journey which is not something I have shared much about. I have been struggling with acne since 2011 and I have tried everything! Skin care for acne, gentle skin care and even medicine. The medicine helped for a while but it slowly came back. I have cried, I have been so frustrated and I felt so helpless.

A period is a pretty natural thing, if not one of the most natural things that happen to us and it is a thing a lot of people go through. What is not natural and a massive waste is the period products, like disposable tampons and pads that are the most commonly used. These products that are so commonly used are so hurtful not only to the environment because of the massive waste of plastic and materials but also to the user because, if not bought organically, the company does not by law have to state what kinds of toxins and ingredients that are in their products.

Let's talk about morning routines. Why should you have one you might think? Well, a routine is always a good idea because it wakes you up, it makes you more productive during the day and it can also help you raise your vibe + the morning is super important, it's is the start to the rest of your day, it should be good, amazing in fact. So I thought I would share my routine so you could get some inspo and create your own. A routine that wakes you up, creates an amazing energy and get's your body and mind ready for the day. Let's get started:

My new eBook 'Personal Care' is finally here!! Over the years I have collected recipes for a natural and sustainable personal care routine. With these recipes and some other tips and tricks I wanted to make a personal care eBook that was simple, easy to do, vegan and sustainable. I have been working hard on it for the past few months and I really hope it can help some of you out there to build your own natural care routine without chemicals and other toxic ingredients that are to find in today's products. With it's 66 pages this eBook is:


I did not hear the word veganism and what I meant before I was 15 when one of my mom's friends went vegan and my first thought was; why would anyone do that? Which is pretty funny because now I cannot think of one reason not to be vegan. But I thought about cheese and tuna and how I did not like the idea of giving that up.

I am so excited to announce another new eBook which is called 'Nut free' with 33 pages of absolutely incredible recipes that are completely nut free so it is perfect for you if you have any allergies or would like to avoid using nuts yet still make amazing desserts and snacks for the weekends or impress any guests you might have over. This eBook is:


I absolutely love Youtube. Not only for the entertainment (which is amazing) but also because of all the amazing and inspiring people on the platform. I have learned so much from the people I watch and there are so many great (vegan) channels and today I am going to talk about my absolute favorites. Channels with amazing recipes, education on various topics like ethical fashion, self development, how to help the planet and other life changing topics. Let's get into the awesome people with even more awesome content. Just click on their name to go to their channel:

Oracle card are a wonderful tool to guide you, heal you and strengthen your inner power. Oracle cards are cards of wisdom that helps you answer any questions you might have and cards to guide you if there is something or someone you need clarity on. They are divine energy of love and light useful if you are looking to find a meaning.

Since diving more into the minimalism and the zero waste lifestyle I have really become aware of what is around me and what I spend my money on. And more specifically what I spend my money on mindlessly - because I used to spend money every month on these sorts of things I am going to talk about today without really needing them or truly know the reason why I went to the checkout and put money on the table for this thing.
These are the things I have stopped buying since becoming more aware of what I want to and don't want to spend my money on. I am not saying that these are things you should stop buying but if you want some ideas as to what you can save money on and be free of clutter here we go:

Did you know that in 2050 the oceans will contain more plastic than fish? Yeah, our plastic problem is that big. It is kind of incredible how we have only explored less than 5 % of the oceans on the planet yet we are able to completely destroy them, the animals and the ecosystems. Every year tons and tons of plastic end up in oceans and it will never go away. Once plastic is made it will always be here floating around. It is indestructible, instead of breaking down like biodegradable materials it breaks down into smaller pieces, called micro plastics, which are toxic, they are also called poison pills and ingested by the sea life making them suffer horrible deaths.  

I have always been told that I am weird so I thought it would be fun to share a couple of facts about me so you can get to know me a bit better. Please share a (weird) fact or two about you in the comments, I would love to get to know you too! As mentioned, I have been told that I am very weird but it was actually very hard to find these facts because to me they are just... normal things I do, haha. But why don't we get into the weird stuff (drink every time I just wrote weird - and when I mean drink, I mean water lol):

My nose has been running a lot lately which means that I have been using a lot of tissues - not exactly low waste. Therefore I wanted a solution that was not disposable but reusable instead which led me to these: tissues made of fabric. Super easy to do and when a lot of them have been used just throw them in the wash in one of those laundry bags for delicates and they are as good as new.

You have clothes in your closet. You wear clothes on your body every single day. You may even buy clothing on a regular basis. Clothing that you and many of us know nothing about; where it comes from or what impact it has on the planet and the people who are making it. Until recently, I was one of those people. I may have bought thrifted clothes but sometimes I went to a fast fashion store and bought clothing without any idea of what actually goes on behind the fabric and how it destroys the planet.