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DIY: Repair your broken pottery with Japanese art of “kintsugi”

In our newest post, Julia writes from Hong Kong about “kintsugi”—the ancient Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with lacquer and metallic powder. Kintsugi is not only a sustainable practice but also a spiritual one, honoring imperfection on our path toward healing and renewal. Have any broken pottery to repair? Check out her story for step-by-step instructions!

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Food Storage-Vol. 2

My last article was about the best way to store fruits and vegetables so that they last as long as possible. But what about bread, butter, eggs, spices and all other foods? Where should they be stored in order to stay fresh as long as possible? In general, it can be said that light, heat, …

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Sustainable period

Recently I read an article in the Huffington Post. If a woman without kids has her period for the first time with 13 years and for the last time with 51, that’s 38 years with approximately 456 menstruation cycles. If each period lasts between 3 and 7 days, that’s 2.280 days, or 6,25 years (!) …

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