I struggled to select pictures for this post. Usually I try not to include more than 10, maybe 15 photos. I feel too much visuals fail to send the message. But I had to go for unspeakable amount of pictures after all. Excluding even one seemed to be hurtful. A lot of the pictures presents people.* After a couple of days in the country side, … Continue reading PEOPLE. JERUSALEM, ISRAEL.
It is a Fashion Revolution week and I have created content referring to its ideals. Today I bring to the table 2nd hand shopping. I don’t want to sound arrogant, but I feel like an expert in the field of 2nd hand shopping. I am doing it for many years and quite often I choose it over new goods. There is a logic behind it. … Continue reading SS2017 LOOKBOOK & 9 TIPS FOR MASTERING 2ND HAND SHOPPING
“When I was a student and when I started working, we didn’t have fast fashion and yet I managed to get dressed every day in a nice way. I just invested in pieces which were good quality and would last a long time in my wardrobe. Call it ‘eco-fashion’ if you like, but I think it’s just common sense.” Livia Firth This week is a … Continue reading #HAULTERNATIVE SS2017 LOOKBOOK
“The world in which you were born is just one model of reality. Other cultures are not failed attempts at being you; they are unique manifestations of the human spirit.” Wade Davis Whenever anybody asks me about the most surprising thing I have witnessed during my trip to the middle east, the answer is the easiness in which a taxi driver of Skoda Octavia fitted … Continue reading FACING CULTURAL DIFFERENCES. JERICHO, PALESTINE.
In the last couple of months, I had been going through a difficult period in my life. I didn’t disclose many details about it and only briefly mentioned in a couple of blog post that I feel down. I still don’t feel comfortable to write about it but in the light of recent events, I decided to do it. At least in some way. Mentioned … Continue reading OOTD, SICKNESS & BODY-MIND CONNECTION
When I lived in Indonesia, I used to hear a lot that I am rushing too much. My friends used to say: Don’t rush, the time is all the time. Firstly I have been annoyed by this saying, but the more I implemented it in my life, the happier I got. Eventually, I totally fall for it and follow it in my life. Well, at … Continue reading CHASING TIME. MASADA & EIN GEDI, ISRAEL.
The response and engagement in an article with tricks helping to get rid of trouble zones were huge. Following questions I got from you, I decided to create more content on the subject. Today I bring to the table food choices. So let’s make it clear. I am not a food expert. I eat every day, though and as I go, I learn more and … Continue reading 9 HEALTHY EATING HACKS