10 Tips to Green-up your Closet

Fashion is a big part of our culture, but it’s taking a toll on the environment. According to the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), it can take up to 3,781 liters of water just to make a single pair of jeans, taking into account the production until the final delivery of the product. And it’s not just the waste of water, other factors are having … Continue reading 10 Tips to Green-up your Closet

Day 4: Cleaning and Organizing

If you find yourself bored during this quarantine, now might be the perfect time to clean, organize, and PURGE!!! Having less stuff is such a wonderful feeling. I’d recommend it to anybody. Recently, I blogged about the art of minimalism, a concept I firmly believe in. The original post is HERE and now seems like the most appropriate time to do some deep cleaning. I’ve been … Continue reading Day 4: Cleaning and Organizing

How to be a Minimalist in 3 Easy Steps

“Materialism is the only form of distraction from true bliss.” – Douglas Horton  Are you ready to embrace minimalism? There’s no better time seeing as how we’re all being cooped up indoors amidst this fear of the Corona Virus.  Minimalism has enormous benefits, and for me, the primary goal is to live the greenest life possible. So what is minimalism?  It is the belief that … Continue reading How to be a Minimalist in 3 Easy Steps

Living in a Bus Step 8: The Bathroom: toilet, shower, and water

The plumbing is finally done! Well, mostly done. I still need to install a drain, but I have running water, at least. After a lengthy break from working on the bus due to a valve gauge connector that had to be replaced, I’m finally back on track. The plumbing was the last big hurdle. And this is the set up I’ve got: The Sink I … Continue reading Living in a Bus Step 8: The Bathroom: toilet, shower, and water