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Trying to live a green-ish life can be a challenge – sometimes because it takes more effort to do the green thing, or more time; sometimes because it’s more expensive, or means that you have to opt for an alternative … Continue reading

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I’m a little late to the party talking about things that one might do during Lent, seeing that it’s already more than a week since Ash Wednesday – but better late than never, right? Fasting times such as Lent is … Continue reading

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If you are (or have been) in Germany, and drove a car, you will probably have made your acquaintance with it. If you’ve never been to Germany, chances are high that you have at least heard of it, and probably … Continue reading

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One of the last old forests in Europe, the Hambacher Forst, is currently in danger of being razed. The Hambacher Forst is about 12 000 years old. Yes, twelve fucking thousand. Its earliest mention in written sources is in a … Continue reading

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For ages now, I’ve wanted to try out wax cloth, but somehow, I never got around to making it, or to really use the piece that I had, gifted to me from a friend years ago. A while ago, though, … Continue reading

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I’ve written about Amazon and its shitty work ethics before, and I’ve been not ordering things from there for years now. But I was totally and utterly flabberghasted and shocked when I heard that Amazon is flat out destroying returned … Continue reading

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I didn’t realise the tandem would be such an interesting thing, and get several comments right away! It is such a normal piece of life for us, and has been for years, that I don’t think twice about it anymore. … Continue reading

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