For the past 20 years, the BioLandgut Tiefleiten in the Bavarian Forest has been practicing “organic” and sustainability. With holistic guidance to a conscious self, it is a wonderful place to recharge your batteries. The hilly landscape is also ideal for hiking and exploring. Whether through beautiful forest sections or over fields, it is wonderfully beautiful there.
What do you need to live a good life? Certainly the answer looks a bit different for you than for me. However, I’m more and more convinced that there are very few things you really need. Three weeks in Norway
Franzi Schädel from Schleswig-Holstein is a self-proclaimed eco-fluencer, an example for people who want to live more sustainably, but also a photographer in the name of love. I am fascinated by her diversity and gentleness. And the way she puts things in a nutshell.
There are moments in life that you might expect, but when they suddenly pop up, they somehow overwhelm you. For many years I have been dreaming of location-independent life and work. To explore this incredibly beautiful earth and to finally find my place, my home.
Here I am and asking for your story. Is that too direct? Maybe. But frankly, I do not care how you feel about the weather or what movie you saw yesterday. At least not if the “why” behind it remains
Rosi Mangger from “kraedu” is available to me today as an interview partner. I got to know her when I was traveling to St. Leonhard in the beautiful Val Passiria last fall for on-site research. And right from the beginning I was very enthusiastic about her and her work. She has so much passion for her work, I could feel it directly. Rosi shows us in the “Back to the wool” retreat the manufacturing process of some natural cosmetics and shares her rich knowledge with us.