I finally watched the Minimalism Documentary and now my apartment is empty.
Maybe you haven’t found the right person or thought you didn’t need them in your life. But really, it’s time you admit you need to depend on them.
How the hell do you show your who you are through your clothes? Let’s talk about curating your personality through your style.
It’s so easy to huddle up in bed all winter and stare out of the window thinking about July. But with winter being such a big part of our lives, we need to learn to embrace it.
Drying cleaning is a cleaning process for clothing and textiles using a chemical solvent other than water. I literally just read that on Wikipedia. I’m a little embarrassed I just Googled dry cleaning, I almost used an incognito window. Did you know what it was? (Don’t say yes, that will make me feel worse).
With all of this fast fashion and “disposable” clothing, people are either throwing it out (because the threads basically disintegrated) or because they got the one or two wears they wanted out of it.
Here are a few things to know about your cup of joe:
90% of the world’s coffee production takes place in developing countries (When buying coffee at premium coffee shops like Flat Land Coffee Co., you can be assured those farmers are paid properly)
There are about 25 million coffee farmers in the world
Fairtrade coffee only a small portion of the market
The coffee is a $100 billion industry (let’s bring more of that to Canada)
Coffee shops have a 7% annual growth rate
Designer Jill Sawatzky tells me about her androgynous clothing line Tony Chestnut.
It’s really about time we start talking about this shit.