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I welcome you. Invite you for some tea. No, really. Please do send an e-mail and let’s be in touch. If you came to this website, it is likely because of my personal or business Instagram, or because you were redirected to one of my blog posts. Thank you for taking the time. 

What will you find here? A collection of blog posts about sustainability, design and leading a fulfilling life full of joy, community service and planetary care. Quite literally, how we can rid ourselves of the idea that you have to choose between leading a luxurious life full of abundance and, on the other hand, care for the planet ensuring a better future. I define myself as a environmentalist who enjoys the fine things in life – and I believe this is a lifestyle that is accessible to all, not compromising on life quality and experience. You can also find numerous resources to apply these principles to your own life, as well as a growing library of YouTube videos on the subject.

This website is dedicated to all the people, places and traditions that have influenced my life in immeasurable ways, some of which are briefly introduced by the following visuals.

“Water, water, water… There is no shortage of water in the desert but exactly the right amount…unless you try to establish a city where no city should be”

– Edward Abbey, Desert Solitair

A very warm welcome

Time does fly, it has been more than a month since my last blog update, the day before we took the plane to Iran. We are here now, we have…

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Saying Yes to a New Kind of Life

If you have read my previous blog article, you now know that I am moving to Iran for love, as soon as the day after tomorrow. The most frequent question…

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Moving to Iran

Here we are. The whirlwind of Covid is in full flow still and for many, including us, time stood still for a long, long time. And yet, now is when…

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A Fresh Start

Just days ago, I uploaded my final thesis for my undergraduate degree, defended it (on Zoom, for god’s sake) and suddenly realised that was the end of my university career. Only, nothing changed. I am still alone in my apartment, day in day out, and all my friends are still abroad in their family homes. In a normal scenario, we’d be partying in celebration before I’d quickly pack all my stuff in my beloved backpack before heading away to see my life partner in Iran or elsewhere we both can travel.

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