Before I start, I should say that this post is the most interesting for Dutch people. Because, today, I want to share some more about ‘Het Plasticdieet‘ (the plastic diet in Dutch)! As you might have read in my Weekly diary, I was a speaker at the kick-off event of ‘Het Plasticdieet’ and I am very excited about it! This event is very important in my opinion, that’s why I wanted to share it with you today! Continue reading “A month without plastic: Het Plasticdieet (the plastic diet)”
Yes people, the day has come. *Drums roll*. I have bought a new phone! New? Yes, entirely new. This is something that I almost never do since it’s not the most sustainable, zero waste or minimalistic option. Then why did I buy this new phone? That’s what I’ll be telling you today. Why did I buy a Fairphone?Continue reading “The Most Sustainable Phone: The Fairphone”
If you follow me and this blog I assume that’s because you think sustainability and living with a positive impact is important or interesting. Or maybe you’re here because you’re interested in my personal life, who knows. However, I assume you’re here for those first things, sustainability and living with a positive impact. To learn more about those subjects, I’d like to share 3 organizations today that everybody should follow, whether you already live sustainable or not. To know what’s going on on the world and have good sources of information.Continue reading “3 organizations to follow”
Today I want to share more about Greenpeace. That’s because I just signed up for another activity of them which is just right for me. A big clean-up in Gouda the 4th of March! This is only my second activity with Greenpeace, but I want to share more about Greenpeace already. My view of them has always been good, even after seeing Cowspiracy where they didn’t show up in a good way. They do intend to save our planet! In June 2016 I discovered again some new information and I signed up as a volunteer. I was hooked!Continue reading “A great organization: Greenpeace”
When I pull out my debit card, I often get some strange faces. That’s because my debit card is flashy green. However, not only the card is green, my bank is so too. It is very well possible, sustainable banking. That’s why I am a member of Triodos bank.Continue reading “Sustainable Banking: Triodos”
This is the very first blogpost for the theme ‘What you should know’ on my blog. This post is about a very simple sustainable switch, yet it is a beautiful one! When people see me using this search engine I always get a ton of fun questions my way. I am talking about: Ecosia, a sustainable search engine.