Category: Travel

Cultural Insights and Sustainable Lifestyle Lessons From Berlin

Cultural Insights and Sustainable Lifestyle Lessons From Berlin

Berlin. A magical city renowned for its ‘cool’ underground status, painful modern history, artistic creative inhabitants and hectic techno nightlife. Like so many before me, I moved here from Australia last spring, looking to experience cultural differences and adventure. There’s been many things that living as an expat has taught me, for example ‘How many...

The Ultimate Guide to Ethical and Eco-Friendly Travel Bum Bags, Fanny Packs, Hip Packs and Waist Belt Bags

The Ultimate Guide to Ethical and Eco-Friendly Travel Bum Bags, Fanny Packs, Hip Packs and Waist Belt Bags

As we start to plan for a big year ahead for Eco Warrior Princess which includes travelling interstate and overseas for business (and a little pleasure), I’m in search of an eco-friendly travel bum bag. The fact that I’m vegan and have been for the last two years makes it that much more difficult, particularly...

The Ultimate Guide to Ethical and Eco-Friendly Work and School Backpacks and Rucksacks

The Ultimate Guide to Ethical and Eco-Friendly Work and School Backpacks and Rucksacks

You’re here because you’re looking to beat the back to school rush and want to get super organised for the year ahead. Whether you’re after a stylish backpack for work or college, or a school bag for your kid(s), here is a comprehensive list of ethical and eco-friendly backpacks for school and work that we...

Meet The Aussie Climate Activists Embarking on a 2-Year Journey in a Solar-Powered 100% Electric Campervan

Meet The Aussie Climate Activists Embarking on a 2-Year Journey in a Solar-Powered 100% Electric Campervan

Disclaimer: These two are typical Aussie larrikins so expect a lot of Australian humour, and some offensive language. Joel Gregory Hayes and Keegan Taccori are currently embarking on a two-year adventure aptly named Route Del Sol. This two-person team are the first to drive a solar powered, 100% electric camper van from Alaska to Argentina. Keegan...

The Japanese Concept of ‘Mottainai’ Teaches Valuable Lessons on Slow Fashion and Waste Avoidance

The Japanese Concept of ‘Mottainai’ Teaches Valuable Lessons on Slow Fashion and Waste Avoidance

For years, I’ve been obsessed with traditional and modern Japanese textiles. When I finally travelled to Japan, I realised why; Japanese textiles have a deep culture of minimalism, connection, and no waste. The ancient term ‘Mottainai’, linked to Buddhist philosophy, means too good to waste. This term has been rooted into the history of beautifully handcrafted...

Why is the ‘Great Barrier Reef’ Great and How Can We Protect It?

Why is the ‘Great Barrier Reef’ Great and How Can We Protect It?

Sydney, Australia: The Great Barrier Reef is a natural wonder of the world and arguably Australia’s main tourist attraction. It’s the largest living organism on the planet and the world’s biggest reef system, home to a magnitude of unique and diverse species. Traditional Owners also have significant cultural connections to the Reef, highlighting that it’s not...