greenery goodness

This post was written originally for Sustainable Amsterdam. See the original post here. Edited by Cornelia Dinca.  ________________________________________________________________ As the spring weather gets warmer, the parks and streets in Amsterdam become greener and our moods get brighter. Many links have been made between exposure to green spaces and enhanced well being. People who experience daily … Continue reading greenery goodness

tackling food waste, one meal at a time

This post was originally written for Sustainable Amsterdam. See the original blog post here. The post was edited by Cornelia Dinca. _________________________________________________________________ It is said that at least one third of the food produced worldwide goes to waste and at the same time, one in nine people in the world do not have enough food to lead … Continue reading tackling food waste, one meal at a time

checkpoint

Last week was my halfway point here in the lovely land of Europe. As everyone says about the confusing concept of time, my days here have flown by so quickly and simultaneously it feels like a lifetime ago that I arrived in ol’ Amsty dam. I felt that because of this halfway point, a blog post is in order. … Continue reading checkpoint

on: SQUATTING

Last weekend, a few of us decided to embark on a midnight bike trek to a squat festival an hour west of the city. The festival was put on by ADM, one of the last large squat communities in Amsterdam. They were celebrating their 18th year of existence with a weekend long birthday party that … Continue reading on: SQUATTING