It’s polluting and wasteful, and I don’t want to spend 8 months of my life dealing with it.
As often in this world, it will take you some energy to fight the system, but if we all do it, we might get results. As to this day, I am practically free of junk mail myself – the one that keeps inundating the house is my husband’s (hi, honey!).
Let’s make it at least useful by using it as an example of how to fight it. Read More
Sorry I was away for so long – been in nomadic mode for the past 2 months, with lots of moving in and out – had the internet, but my brain wasn’t available to sit down and write.
During these travelling times, I lived out of a suitcase, which I enjoy because it makes me realize how easily I can live without some items, and which objects are absolutely necessary (more on this later).
Also, there was a lot of working in coffee shops. Read More
Regular jeans are probably the most widespread, mendable item still owned in the western world. By ‘regular’ jeans, I mean: made of strong, non-stretch cotton twill.
Unsurprisingly, the current mending renaissance is happening big time through the denim world. Check out the beautiful repair corner of the japanese clothing brand Kapital, or the mending gallery from the stitcher Darn and Dusted.
Last year we didn’t have a christmas tree.
This year we thought it would be fun to have one, but didn’t want to kill a tree or purchase anything new.
So here it is !!!