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Have You Carved Your Pumpkin?

CATEGORY: DIY, LIFESTYLE

Have you a carved a jack-o-lantern pumpkin for Halloween? If you think that it’s too difficult, this article is for you. Personally, I think that you can carve pumpkin anytime, not only for Halloween. It truly looks beautiful when you light it at night and leave it on your porch or balcony.

This year I carved several pumpkins and have to say that it’s much easier than you may think. You can see our artworks in my video about mindful tips for peaceful Halloween. I found many tutorials on YouTube and …

Minimalist Fall – Our Favorite DIY Activities

CATEGORY: DIY, LIFESTYLE

What to do in the fall when it is cold and raining? Well, you can stay at home and work on some DIY projects. I like DIY activities because it’s not about what you can buy but what you can create with the essential things that you find at home or in nature.

A do-it-yourself project promotes your creativity, is budget-friendly, and trains your focus and attention. I think that it’s one of the best ways to practice mindfulness without spending money. 

Here are some of our favorite, budget-friendly DIY projects that Chloe-Sofia and …

Low Waste Home – DIY cleaning products

CATEGORY: DIY, LIFESTYLE

Making your own cleaning products such as laundry detergent or a dishwasher powder is easy and budget-friendly which is important as for some people, the cost of buying in bulk and organic is prohibitive.

Our video tutorial is easy to follow so I won’t waste your time by explaining how to make your eco-friendly laundry detergent and dishwasher powder.

Guide to Ethical Gift Giving at Christmas

CATEGORY: DIY, LIFESTYLE

To give you some ideas on how to do this Christmas more ethically, I want to share with you the Ethical hierarchy of gift purchasing. Even if you aren’t able to follow it this year, save it for next time when you are deciding what to give someone. I believe that we have to start slow – step by step – dramatic changes to lifestyle usually bring us back to our old ways.

What do you think about this ethical hierarchy of gift giving? Did you buy or make your gifts? Do you give memories instead of things?