the art of living a conscious & creative life

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Sustainable talk with Saskia de Feijter

I am convinced that role models can help us achieve our own wishes and goals. That’s why I launched the series “conscious creatives telling their stories”. Here I would like to introduce you again and again to people who are consciously and

In the green salon

Since March of this year the Westend of Wiesbaden has something very special to offer:
Karen Muth opened a real “nature-connected hairdressing salon” there!
After 25 years in employment, she has now ventured the step to her own salon. And she did this with a very natural and (unfortunately) not very common concept.

Franzi Schädel

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.

Valentina Consalvi

Valentina Consalvi

In June this year, at the retreat of the Laine magazine, I had the honor to meet Valentina Consalvi. She has grown very dear to me directly and since then I do not want to miss her anymore. She runs her company “Snailyarn” in Ariccia near Rome and has made a name for herself as a hand dyer in the knitting scene in recent years.

To live consciously?

“Living consciously” has become a real modern concept by now and magazines, books and blogs are full of tips and tricks. But I also observe that this always means something different for every human being. Some refer to a healthy

My greatest value

Sometimes the world gets on my nerves! We have created a society that strives for success, money, power and prestige, forgetting the values ​​that make a truly fulfilling and contented life. Of course there are the exceptions. People who are

Simplicity

Which “things” make you happy? Is it really “things” that are responsible for your happiness? Or are they rather emotions that are caused by experiences and people? Like everyone else, until a few years ago, I too had the misconception