At the moment I love trying out new things and because of that I thought of making homemade & vegan almond milk. I actually wasn’t the biggest fan of cow’s milk but nevertheless I want to consume less of it because I feel like it’s personally not healthy for me. I also feel much better with drinking a plant-based alternative with which I didn’t harm an animal.Continue reading “Homemade & VEGAN Almond Milk”
In these days clothes aren’t seen as an implement but often as a consumption good. That means for example if I buy a pair of trousers I’ll wear it as long as it lasts (with a low price and bad quality maybe a few months) but then I throw it away. You can also call it “Fast Fashion”. Buying these cheap clothes is easy, doesn’t cost much money and you can easily stick to the current trend, so why buying Fair Fashion?Continue reading “How to afford Fair Fashion on a budget | Ethical Closet Diary 003”
A while ago I went downtown because I needed some new trousers and ended up at some Fast Fashion shops I usually never be anymore because I want to avoid these brand the best I can. But still I tried some denim pants which was a total failure: First of all they were too small which frustated me although I know you should’t trust on the declared sizes too much and secondly the pants just smelled like they included 99% chemicals. That experience just cement my opinion about Fast Fashion: It’s total crap.Continue reading “First Attempts on Secondhand Shopping | Ethical Closet Diary 002”
Today I woke up and had an idea. Since I started this blog I wanted to build a more sustainable wardrobe but couldn’t really decide how or where to start. Sometimes I bought clothes which were produced under good conditions or secondhand items. Or I just simply bought nothing at all. At the end I always wasn’t happy with my wardrobe and I felt like I wanted to do more. How can it be so hard to build an ethical closet I’m truly in love with?Continue reading “Starting Something New | Ethical Closet Diary 001”
Sometimes when it comes to living a more concious life it’s hard to know where to start. You see all these eco-friendly stuff you can buy but maybe you don’t have the money for all of it at that exact moment or you don’t want to just throw away everything you owned before. I honestly felt exactly that way. I always thought, wanting to have a more sustainable lifestyle includes changing your whole old lifestyle all at once but actually it’s not that drastic: You can easily start with some small changes that may have a really huge impact as well.Continue reading “2 small but effective swaps | Zero Waste”
I actually didn’t want to write a post about this but I feel like it would be good writing everything down for once. It’s time for some change. This blog exists for about 3 years and the ideas I had back then changed a lot to the person I am now. Things change and that’s good but I noticed that my blog haven’t changed at all.