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

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

Studying Tourism Management

Last September I embarked upon a new challenge: Studying Tourism Management. I had tried two studies before, Applied Physics and Mechanical Engineering. Those both went fine, but it didn't last very long until I realised that I was not happy doing this for the rest of my life, I didn't see a future there. I took the … Continue reading Studying Tourism Management