The Swedish practice of death cleaning could give the Japanese-born Kon Mari method a run, if Marie Kondo didn’t have a brand new Netlfix show. Continue reading Is ‘death cleaning’ to declutter the new Marie Kondo method?
While cutting down on food waste should be number one on your list of to-dos, there will always byproducts from cooking and it’s confusing to know what to do with them. Continue reading Composting in the UAE? My Green Chapter can help
Ikea has become so popular it’s monopolizing our taste. Continue reading Is Ikea homogenizing our taste?
The new campaign#balloonsblow picks up on a movement that has led to preventative legislation in the United States and United Kingdom. Continue reading #balloonsblow: Those balloons you keep releasing are hurting animals and marine life
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From cleaning up the sea to learning about single-use plastics, here are some cool UAE fitness initiatives that let you do good.
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Almost every eco-campaign is directed at ordinary consumers. But are we the ones who can really stop climate change? Continue reading Is my conscious consumerism really having an effect on climate change?
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The world is in the grips of a phenomenon called mindfulness, with people everywhere chasing the supposed contentment that comes with self-awareness. Today, there is a terrible deficit of happiness in the Middle East. Continue reading The real meaning of mindfulness in the Middle East