In order to conserve long centuries practice of Subak farming despite Bali massive development due to millions of tourists who head Bali each year; Sawah Bali is a non-profit organisation who is actually doing big thing to help farmers by introducing a modelled program to return to organic methods for growing rice. They facilitate workshop andLire la suite « Stories from the field in Bali… »
We can cook for our skin and found home remedies that is fun to make – make your skin naturally glow and look younger. I took a class at Angelo Shop in Ubud to try new things. Like natural body scrub, body oil, foaming cream after sun burn. It is really like a cooking class,Lire la suite « Natural food for skin »
Since i decided to be more aware of my foot print while i am travelling, i am trying to do some activities during free time to prevent pollution of any kind, reducing water waste, disturbance… And last week, i met the organisers of an amazing initiative in Bali, about Plan Bee at the International SchoolLire la suite « Plan Bee in Bali »
The african method of crushing Moringa seeds into polluted water, to transform it into drinkable water is fabulous and can help a lot of others without access to clean water as a cheap sustainable water filter. Moringa’s sand method is today showing us the big potential of the seeds.
Since i am now living in Bali, i am way more concern about environment issues – the way i live, the way i think, the way i act – always with conscious about the impact it causes around me. Can be even with my relation with people and friends. All you do has an impactLire la suite « Ethical Manufactory – New Fashion »