I Gave Up Social Media for 30 Days and I Failed... Yet Here's What I Learned

"Social media had sneakily, scarily, without me even noticing, become my own guilty pleasure and served well as a familiar numbing substance in the times of being lost and searching for a sort of  comforting validation."

The 30 Day Challenge. 

By Hanna-Amanda Pant

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What's the Fermented Food Craze All About? Find Out the Healing Benefits of these 4 Fermented Foods

Fermented foods are on their way to fame, with some of them already setting trends in the world capitals' trendiest eateries. I trust you want to make sure to be up to date with these healthy probiotic nutrients, and their wondrous healing benefits

By Aleksandra Medina

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Book Review: 'Wear No Evil' by Greta Eagan

Sustainable fashion has grown significantly as an industry. Now, greater awareness is being placed on the impacts of fast fashion for both people and the environment. Greta Eagan, a New-York based eco-stylist and sustainable living consultant, has produced a tangible guide to navigate this exciting area of fashion in her book Wear No Evil.

By Mariam Sheikh

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Family-friendly Recipes for Parent Folk and Little Ones: Nutrition Hacks of 'Wellberries' Blogger Tuulia

The Wellberries blog looks sweet like a candy store, complete with a myriad of pretty pictures of mermaid smoothies and nice creams. We asked Tuulia Järvinen, holistic health coach behind Wellberries, about the secrets of her family's well-being and radiance. 

By Meri Frig

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Weekend Design Talks: Scandi Interior Inspiration from London-based Scandinavialist

We explore the characteristics of the Scandi-craze in the field of interior design with the expertise of Christina Forsberg, London-based Norwegian architect and consultant. On her elegant blog Scandinavialist, she exposes all the 'must-knows' and 'oh-wows' of Scandinavian design.

By Meri Frig

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Real Sustainability Superheroes: H&M and ELLE Conscious Award Winner Houdini Sportswear

The H&M & ELLE Conscious Award winner Houdini both challenges and inspires others in the field of sustainability. All that while making us feel and look great when we adventure and play in the open air

By Meri Frig

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#Think-Piece: How Trendy is Making Your Own Clothes in 2017?

We all have that one friend who loves DIY everything. Whether it’s making furniture or clothing, they do it all by hand. And deep down, we’re all envious of them because of their one-of-a-kind wardrobe. With fashion changing every season, it’s hard to keep up with trends: it is draining both for our brain and our wallet. So that makes me ask, how trendy is making your own clothes in 2017?

By Johanna Raudsepp

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What Vegans Actually Eat for Breakfast? We Consulted 3 Influencers!

We know how difficult it can be to find the perfect vegan breakfast recipe that will leave you full of energy for the day, but won’t take you exactly 5 hours to make. We paired up with 3 influencers, and got them share their favourite vegan breakfast recipes with us.

By Aleksandra Medina

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Carin Mansfield: "People do want more, more, more. We want excess. We all have too many things."

As I enter In-Ku on Warren Street, London, I am immediately struck by the simplicity of the store. No huge signs screaming '50% OFF' in your face, no massive heaps of the same clothes surrounding you. It has the feeling of home. We sit down, drink some tea, nibble on some cookies and she starts: "So I guess you want to know what slow fashion means to me?"

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Lalique x Pierre-Yves Rochon 'Signature': Narrating Timeless Crystal Designs Through a Contemporary Looking Glass

"Excuse my Parisian English", he laughs, when we sit down for an interview to discuss his latest collaboration with this exclusive brand with a heritage. He tells me how he managed to merge the timeless Lalique designs with what fits today's contemporary interiors, and the beauty of seeking inspiration everywhere, especially his dreams

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Savant's Weekend Yoga Crush: CorkYogis

As Lara Sengupta was searching for a better way to be connected to the ancient Indian knowledge, she came up with CorkYogis. To add depth to her own passion for yoga, the company that specialises in sustainable cork yoga mats and bags hand-made out of recycled sarees, also helps human trafficking survivors rebuild their lives. 

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Dreams On Plates and Sustainable New Orleans Style Cooking: Food Influencer Richard McCormick

Richard McCormick – recently chosen as one of the biggest trendsetters in Finland by the local business press – is a chef, restaurateur, food stylist, and the author of many inspirational cooking books. We interviewed Richard for his take on the concepts born out of his captive creativity. 

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#WomenWhoWork: 9 to 5 with an Editor in the Sustainability Industry

Today's fast-paced world craves your attention every minute. It demands efficiency and success, and often pushing yourself to the last limit to achieve it. However, as known, there's a yin to every yang. Slow lifestyle manifests itself as a counter movement to our hectic lives.

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