Why so slow?

Minimalism, zerowaste and sustainability are keywords often used when speaking about slow living. Slow living does not mean you have to stop all hectic activities in your life and move with the pace of a sloth from place to place. It is more about reflecting what and how you consume and knowing the impact of your purchases for the environment and people. It is about breaking up with habits that might have been there for a long time but actually hurt your health and your planet. I say, take it slow quick quick, there are many ways to get started.


We all need to eat. Everyday. A lot of the food we eat comes from plants and animals and is very resource intensive. That is why it is so interesting to think about the potential food has to protect or harm natural resources. This section will collect ways to avoid harmful handling with food and show how easy it can be to be a bit more sustainable while we eat, drink, shop and dispose.

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The because the garment industry is a key player in the global economic development, it has the potential to make a change to social and environmental conditions. And it is to some extent the consumer who can instigate the necessary change by rethinking shopping habits. Click below, to learn what easy ways there are to be part of that change.

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Travel = YAY, holiday! Let's hop on a plane, it's cheap (on this side of the planet at least) and will take us anywhere. Sounds good, but there are some things to keep in mind, that might not be so YAY. In this section, I will collect different tips and tricks that will make travelling ecologically nice and easy.

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Hi I'm Marie. This is the first website I coded myself, and what can I say - it was pure fun, so I added coding to my list of hobbies. Right next to dreaming of a world without coriander and trying to live plastic free.

Click the button below to learn more about me and what the roadmap to slow living aims at. Get in touch if you like.