What happens to the clothes we send back?

Part 1: The customer perspective I’ve seen it happen so many times and I’m not going to pretend like I haven’t done it myself: Sending back clothes because they either don’t fit, don’t suit you like you thought they would or because the clothes arrived damaged. In this day and age it is so easy … Continue reading What happens to the clothes we send back?

Working from Home – on a Budget

The corona crisis is not one to take on lightly and to prevent unnecessary deaths, social distancing is of the highest importance. No more working at the office with our favourite, and maybe least favourite, colleagues is a big part of this. Some people might regularly work from home and have an actual home office … Continue reading Working from Home – on a Budget

Eco-friendly, homemade, four-ingredient deodorant

One of the things I have been trying to do to live a more sustainable life is by cutting back on products with plastic packaging. Plastic is everywhere these days and has created a problem worldwide. We as consumers have more impact than we realise, so by buying less plastic and driving the demand down, … Continue reading Eco-friendly, homemade, four-ingredient deodorant

The Four Pillars of Sustainable Tourism

When thinking of sustainability, many people only focus on the environmental part of it. Sustainability is, however, much more than just the environmental impact. My very brief internship at BookDifferent.com has thought me the four pillars of sustainable tourism. Combining this with what I had already learned about sustainable travel and sustainable tourism at my … Continue reading The Four Pillars of Sustainable Tourism

Lectures at ACT. – A Sustainability Festival by ASN Bank

On the 22nd of September, the ASN Bank organised a new edition of their sustainability festival and I was there! I attended three lectures, had a look inside the RainBar, almost won a “pub quiz” on plastic-free living, attended a workshop on how to make your own eco-friendly deodorant, and enjoyed music by the Valvetronic … Continue reading Lectures at ACT. – A Sustainability Festival by ASN Bank

From Helsinki to Rovaniemi and back

About five months ago Ben Stofbergen (Dust Mountains) and I (Strange Towns) embarked on an adventure together with 50 others: A trip to Finland, all the way to the arctic circle, organised by a group of third and fourth-year Tourism Management students, and it was incredible. The things we have seen, the things we have … Continue reading From Helsinki to Rovaniemi and back