Today is the day I realize: this world needs help and I can help it. – A guest-post by Nutsmar Yuvasopee.
I’m one of those with a simple life: I wake up, I go to work. I party, I shop. That’s how life is here in Bangkok. It’s fast and it’s colourful. I do read the news, mostly online. But somehow I have never felt it’s my business – other people do things and other people who will solve the problems they talk about. The truth is: everything is very far away if you don’t let it in. Continue reading →
The No Impact week is getting close to the end. It is time to save our most precious resource: water and to share our good spirit.
Do you still remember how much water you are wasting every day? Maybe it is time to re-take the test and check your water-footprint. The idea behind the test shows nicely how all the topics of the No Impact Week are interconnected: consumption, waste, transport and food are not only all directly causing a lot of energy consumption but are also high on water waste. Continue reading →
Working in a second hand shop (thrift store) gives you all these amazing ideas like “Never buying new clothes again”.
Walking through the aisles of people’s give-away clothes makes you try on things you would have never thought about. Check this wonderful short introduction of the world of second-hand clothes by Jessi Arrington:
It is not just about having outstanding, funky and very individualized outfits. You are at the same time supporting a good cause. Continue reading →