2018 has been so weird. The world seemed out of balance. Environmental protection failed big time. And personally? Me, I lived this year as mindfully, as creatively as never before — yet often struggling for optimism. How merry and happy does this festive season get?
“You have brillance in you, your contribution is valuable […] Only you can do it, and you must.” – Seth Godin. Let’s have a look at a journal designed to make your idea a reality.
A book on how to change your life for the better – at 20, 30, 40, 50, any age really – using the principles of design thinking. This book *is* your friend.
Our throwaway culture has managed to poison everything with plastic. Here are 3 relevant books: a personal journey on a plastic junk raft, research on microplastic toxicity and more. A must-read each!
Two novels, one short story about love, life, and society – page-turning, beautiful prosa with a fine scifi twist – to read on the beach, on a boat or in a hammock.
If the very name BEAUTYCALYPSE was not a dead giveaway of my preference for dystopian aesthetics and ideas, please welcome my Walpurgis Night guest with an Ecogothic soliloquy.
WHO OWNS OUR FOOD? Facts and highlights from the Oxfam report “Multinationals Atlas 2017” for those who can’t read the German original.
Today on our book menu: healthy sleep revolution, boosted creativity and productivity – three most illuminating and possibly life-saving books for your nightstand in 2017.
Let’s look at a fun and clever book today that makes sustainability in fashion business as shiny as never before.
166 rational pages of science that read like a blood-curling thriller? This exceptional book should be mandatory reading for all (future) parents. Or anyone who likes to keep their marbles.