Forest-Bathing: The Arts of Slowing Things Down

Forest-bathing is a literal translation of Japanese words ‘shinrin-yoku’. This practice has been a part of Japan’s Ministry of Health program used to improve one’s well-being and might be prescribed by doctors. Connecting ourselves to nature through our five senses of sight, smell, taste, hearing, and touch, can offer countless benefits in lowering blood pressure

Choosing the Right Reusable Straw

With the surging images of marine wildlife’s being strangled by plastic, people rush to cut their plastic waste. One of latest movements is to get rid of disposable plastic straws. Many bills have been passed to ban the use of it in fast-food chains and restaurant as what is used in relatively short amount of

Reducing Your Make Up Consumption

Make up comes with packaging and so is your skin care. Unfortunately, women’s need to have luminous skin and appear beautiful might be partly responsible for excessive plastic waste that the world is facing. It is understandable that many will focus on food industry when it comes to finding the culprit of this environmental havoc,

What It Feels Like to Plog in Indonesia: A Country Contributing World’s Second-Highest Plastic Waste to the Ocean

PLOGGING is Sweden’s fitness craze that has started making its way to different corners of the globe. Combining jogging and picking up trash, we want to experience it in Bandung, Indonesia, with a major plastic pollution on its hand. And the outcome of this experiment is mind-blowing! Indonesians seem to have this practice of throwing