Monthly Archives: July 2012

Greening my bathroom

As most western girls, I used to buy lots of cosmetics without really reading any labels and lists of ingredients. However, more than 80% of the cosmetics sold worlwide are made from synthetic ingredients and┬ápetroleum derivatives. Not only, can these … Continue reading

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Slow living: Rediscovering your city

Two months ago, I decided to rediscover Dublin only using green transports i.e. walking, cycling and public transports. Rediscovering your city that way is cheap, fun, eco-friendly and excellent for your health. You will also be amazed by the number … Continue reading

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DIY: Ecological toothpaste

Over the last five years, I have gradually moved from conventional beauty products to organic and home-made cosmetics. I will soon post on how to green a bathroom but today I would like to share my homemade toothpowder recipe. One … Continue reading

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Seasonal (nordic) salad

I have always tried to eat local & seasonal food but since I moved to Ireland I use lots of imported ingredients to make salads (tomatoes, melons, etc.). Last Saturday, I finally made my first “Irish salad” – All the … Continue reading

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