Plastic Free July 2019 wrap-up – Plastic Free in Mauritius [Part 1] COMMUNITY ACTIONS & RESILIENCE [with a throw-back to…
To be present to all the small moments of life, to slow down and notice the way things are – in a way I think that’s why I felt the pull to grab my camera back again lately.
[All ‘Archives’ posts are posts I wrote long ago, posted all around the web, and that I decided to group…
‘May we be willing to be messy enough to be True to our heart and soul’
‘Dare I say that Humans are being of storytelling?’
‘There will be more plastic than fish in the sea by 2050’ – Ellen MacArthur Foundation(*1) and the World Economic Forum, in their report ‘The New Plastics Economy’
Summary of a talk given on the 14th of December 2017, to the members of SAVE, with the support of Institute Bon Pasteur.
‘A few days ago, I found myself with a few others in the east of the island gathering natural materials to build a labyrinth in preparation for a meditation on peace.’
‘I think the fiercest question of all is this one : What would you do even if you knew that you might very well fail ? What do you love doing so much that the words failure and success essentially become irrelevant ?’ – Elizabeth Gilbert – Big Magic
‘Thoughts on Clothing, Consumerism, and whether or not a better storyline might be possible ?’
‘In July 2017 I decided to try out the Plastic Free July challenge to further my quest to live sustainably while in Mauritius. Since then, things have changed quite a lot, and to live a Plastic Free lifestyle has become easier and easier, but I decided to keep this post here as a reminder of that challenge. ‘