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Signe Hansen: Use Less

We love her style and her message. Signe Hansen is a 27-year-old sustainable fashion and lifestyle blogger/youtuber from the Southern Part of Denmark, where she has lived with her boyfriend for

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Going Global | Unify Against Bullying

Unify Against Bullying is an American nonprofit organization that in the last few months has reached out to people all over the world during it’s Unify-selfie challenge. “The best part

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Good Conscience Consumption

Where can you find a pair of silver sequined pants for 30 SEK? Or buy a hat from the 1950’s that becomes your main accessory on the beach this summer? The

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Everyday Sustainability: The Best Tips

In our post “Everyday Sustainability“, you got to know many of the changes you can make in your everyday life to be more sustainable.  Though it all may seem overwhelming at

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Everyday Sustainability

We need to act sustainably, now more than ever. So many everyday habitual actions over the generations have been depleting the earth’s natural resources, and contributing to pollution, either directly, or

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Live in Nuet (the Now)

We were invited to share a very special evening with a bunch of food enthusiasts, chefs and bartenders. We live in a world where we are constantly connected and faced

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Iceland Writers Retreat | Eliza Reid Interview

Iceland Writers Retreat (IWR), which is held in Iceland every year, is a combination of small writing workshops on the craft of writing and a series of social events and

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The Tale of Fika

If you’re traveling to Sweden one of the most important words you need to know is “fika”. Even more important is the meaning of fika. The simple version is that it

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Matur og Drykkur – Traditional Icelandic Cuisine

Last weekend, I dined at Matur og Drykkur with a few close friends – a new restaurant in the fish district of Reykjavík serving “Inspiring Traditional Icelandic Cuisine.” The past month

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Lux Helsinki : Brightening the City Streets

Lux Helsinki is a free event, showcasing light installations embedded into the cityscape from both local and international artists. Despite the freezing temperatures of -26 °C, it took place last weekend and illuminated 16 different locations in the

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