Melbourne Travel Guide – Things to Do, See & Eat

My first destination in Australia now got my new favourite city in the world. Being overwhelmed at first and feeling uncomfortable, I fell in love more and more day by day and now I am already excited to go back.

Besides the wonderful cafés, pubs, shops and sights obviously the people I met there are a huge reason for my Melbourne love as well.

In this travel guide, I tell you all my beloved places to go to, things to see and facts to know that I discovered in 2 ½ weeks in the city and I will hopefully be adding more experiences and favourites when I go back soon.

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Things to know

When you arrive at the Melbourne Tullamarine airport you can take the Skybus to the city for 19$

Melbourne has a Free Tram Zone in the CBD area which means that you don’t need to pay when travelling in this zone or when you use the Free Tram Route 35 that goes around the CBD. This makes exploring the city 100 times easier, quicker and cheaper and it was so practical to not worry about your ticket.

 

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I only paid for going to St. Kilda and Brighton Beach (both 20-30 minutes away from the centre) and otherwise I used the free tram and walked the rest.

Melbourne has a free Wifi in the whole CBD area which was great to use google maps, check out places and it also worked in my hostel (as most hostel Wifi’s are shit :D )

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I never ever thought that Melbourne is so cold! I’ve been there in the End of September / Beginning of October and even though it was 18-24 degrees at that time, I always wore all my warm clothes because the wind is freezing. When you are in the sun and protected from the wind it is nice but in the shades and windy streets, it feels like winter.

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The vibe of the city reminds me of a mix between London, Seattle and New York (even though I haven’t been to NY). I can’t really describe why, but the people, their style, the shops and restaurants have this urban hipster vibe (in a very good way!) – especially Fitzroy.

There are a lot of awesome Vintage Shops in Melbourne. This is another reason why I really want to go back – so I can shop the perfect Vintage Levi’s Mom Jeans and Shorts as well as Dr. Martens, cool Hoodies, band t-shirts and awesome jackets…

Fitzroy is the coolest, hippest, nicest area in Melbourne and especially the Brunswick street is awesome! Nice shops, cafés, restaurants, pubs and vintage shops.

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Apparently, Melbourne has the best coffee in the world! I don’t know if that is really the case, but at least they have the most coffee shops in the world (per person), but not the big chains – Melbourners love their individual, cute coffee places and you find them at every corner.

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Where to Stay

Of course, I can’t tell you which place is the best to stay in Melbourne as I haven’t tried them all.

In the beginning, I’ve stayed in the CBD area the Nomads All Nations hostel that was cheap, but not very clean and nice. The vibe and the kitchen weren’t that great and considering that it wasn’t even a good price (24$ for a 12-bed-dorm). They offer free pancakes for breakfast as well as tea, coffee, pasta and rice which is great!

Afterwards, I moved into The Nunnery in Fitzroy. I really recommend this area and also this hostel, but it is also pretty expensive (35$ for 12-bed-dorm). The vibe there is super chilled, it isn’t that big and it’s easy to meet people. Everything is clean and they offer free breakfast, tea, coffee and pasta as well as specials like a pub crowl, soup, BBQ or movie night every week.

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What to do

For me, the most important thing when visiting a city, is walking through its streets and soaking up its vibes. Not the sights but the streets, buildings and people give it its charm.

You will see a lot of Asian people, shops, supermarkets and restaurants, many barbers & hairdressers, coffeeshops, chocolateries & bisquiteries.

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Streets I recommend to check out are: Brunswick Street in Fitzroy (vintage shops, cute cafés, restaurants & pubs, many vegan places), Lygon Street in Calton (many European and especially Italian restaurants), Fliders St, Bourke St, Swanson St, Elisabeth St, Collin St (in the CBD) and Little Bourke St (Chinatown).

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At Federation Square a lot of open-air (Veranstaltungen) take place. You also find an aboriginal museum and ACMI Museum (modern, technology) there. The immigration museum is another recommended one on Federation St.

The Eureka Tower is the highest building in Melbourne and you can enjoy an awesome view from above over the city. Sadly I didn’t do it, but it is on the top of my things to do next time for sure!

 

The Queen Victoria Market is one of my favourite places in Melbourne. They don’t just sell fresh fruits & veggies for a great price (and offer so many different options), but also the best hummus I ever had and yummy bread, sweets and take-away dishes. There is also a part that sells shoes, clothes, souvenirs and everything else you could think of.

Another market in Melbourne is the South Melbourne Market that is meant to be great as well.

 

South of the Yarra River, you can find the Royal Botanical Garden (that I only saw a small part of and want to go back to!)…

…as well as the National Art Gallery that had a Moma exhibition from New York at the moment and the Arts Centre Melbourne where I really wanted to see the Australian Ballet dancing Spartacus, but the tickets where too expensive sadly.

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St. Pauls Cathedral, State Library Victoria, City Square and Melbourne Town Hall are worth a look as well.

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Walk101 do a Free Walking Tour in the centre of the city as well as in St. Kilda. Originally I wanted to do both, but I only made it to the centre tour which was a lot of fun and I highly recommend it.

You go to the meeting point, join the tour, meet a lot of other travellers, learn a lot about the city and history as well as some insider tips from the tour guide and in the end you pay as much as you can / want to.

The laneways in Melbourne are very famous with their street art. You just need to walk through some smaller streets and you will find amazing artworks. At ACDC lane and Flinders Lane (and the areas around), you will find the most famous pieces and walls. But also the streets of Fitzroy are great to see some pretty street art. The cool thing is, that they change daily/weekly because artists make new sprays all the time.

Furthermore, Arcades are very popular in Melbourne and I recommend to walk through the beautiful Royale Arcade and Block Arcade for it’s amazing architecture and the  Centreway Arcade to find cute book, vintage and soap shops.

To get a little bit outside the big city vibes I highly recommend to go to St. Kilda for one day. Especially when the weather is nice. The pier is only 25 minutes by tram away from the centre and you will find some vacation and beach vibes there. It’s great to stroll through the pedestrian zone and the not so busy streets, enjoy the peace in the Botanical Gardens or sit at the beach.

Behind the famous amusement park, I found a real oasis: VegOut an urban garden community that allows you to walk through the patches and forget that you are in a huge city.

Another great getaway that is even more quiet and peaceful is Brighton. A suburb of Melbourne about 25 minutes by train away from the city centre. The famous Brighton Bath Boxes are located there and you can enjoy some sunny time at the beach.

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Where to eat

Melbourne and especially Fitzroy is full of amazing (vegan) food places. Literally, every pub offers vegetarian and even vegan dishes but you can also find hundreds of beautiful, hipster, chic cafés that all have avocado toast, granola and even acai on their menu. Many coffee shops sell raw slices and vegan cookies as well as delicious looking banana bread or carrot cake.

It would already be worth coming back to Melbourne just to try out more food places, as I obviously couldn’t (or wouldn’t want) to afford eating out every day for every meal – but I really wished to!

 

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Degraves St is a pedestrian street where cafés, coffee shops and bakeries as well as restaurants and bistros are side by side and everyone can for sure find something to satisfy their taste buds.

I’ve been to Mock Turtle on Degraves St and…

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…here I ate the best Avocado Toast of my life. I can not really imagine someone being able to top it. Sadly it wasn’t vegan and I forgot to ask for a vegan option, but it was amazing and so worth it… I mean look at the variety of toppings and the bread was just delicious (which isn’t always the case if you are used to the great German bread :P ) and the Avo smash perfectly ripe and creamy. The price was pretty high but I would still always come back!

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Slow Poke

Another great breakfast place that is located on Brunswick St. A super quiet café that has a small courtyard where you can sit peacefully and enjoy the sunshine. Their orange juice is fresh pressed and they have some amazing looking baked sweets. They also have a yummy lunch menu.

I ate buckwheat chocolate granola with coconut yogurt and cacao nibs, almond milk and canned peas which was amazing. The Avo Toast looked good, but by far not reach the one from Mock Turtle.

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I fell in love with the philosophy of this place and I am so lucky that they have one local in Sydney (and about 5 in Melbourne, even in St. Kilda). This place is run by volunteers and they offer a completely vegan buffet for lunch and four dishes to choose from every day for dinner, as well as a dessert. At the end you pay the amount you think the food was worth it – and I tell you, the food is amazing!

We tried all the dishes they had that evening and everything was super delicious and I am really sad that I only went there once in Melbourne. I’ll definitely go there lots in Sydney!

Lord of the Fries

If you crave some unhealthy food, go to Lord of the Fries! A completely vegan fast food burger chain that make amazing burgers and delicious fries. They don’t advertise to be completely vegan, to attract everyone and to amaze them with the vegan deliciousness. And it’s also fairly cheap!

I ate a “Fish-burger” and sweet potato fries with vegan aioli and tried the normal fries and the classic burger from a friend and everything was yummy. But I still wouldn’t want to go there every second day, because you can really taste that it’s not healthy at all :D

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Madam Saigon

… is a better option when you want something healthy and cheap. This bistro makes great Asian dishes and they have vegan options on their menu. I tried the vegan noodle salad bowl with tofu and it was delicious, fresh, healthy and great for lunch while only costing 11$ (7€).

Zero Gradi Gelateria

A friend who has been living in Melbourne for a while crowned this place to the best Gelataria in town and they have vegan flavours too (and not only fruit sorbets). I combined vegan chocolate and coconut and it tasted amazing – creamy, chocolat-y and not too sweet.

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More great (vegan/healthy) places that I sadly could not try this time:

  • Fina’s Vegetarian Café
  • Pina Chocolate Café
  • Veggie time
  • Smith & Daughter
  • Veggie bar
  • Nice Guy
  • Particle
  • Urban Projuice
  • Yong Green Food
  • Vegilicious
  • Radhey Chai Bar
  • Tahina Bar
  • Mantra Lounge
  • Rue de Creperie
  • Loving hut Richmond

And you will find a lot more by just walking through the streets (especially Brunswick St)!

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Exploring the Algarve | Portugal (Pt. 1)

As you have probably already seen on Instagram or read in my previous blog posts, I’ve been in Portugal at the beautiful Algarve coast for two weeks with my family and today I want to share the first part of my travel guide including tips, recommendations and our favorite towns and food places with you.

Part two talks about our favorite beaches and some must-sees and pretty photo spots you shouldn’t miss. And there will be a third part about our two-day trip to Lisbon soon!

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General

Before we start with the more interesting part I want to share some general information that you might not know.

Portugals national language is Portuguese, but they all speak very good English. There is a one hour time difference to Berlin and you pay with the Euro.

Even tho it gets really hot in Portugal you always need a light jacket for the mornings and evenings because of the pretty cold ocean wind and sadly there are no warm summer nights like in other European countries. But this also means that it’s not hot at night and you can sleep better.

Portugals Coast is located at the Atlantic Ocean and this means that the water temperature is much lower than in the Meditteranean Sea and it wasn’t possible (for us) to swim for more than 10-15 Minutes.

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Transportation

We flew from Berlin Schönefeld to Faro, one of the bigger cities at the Algarve with an airport. The flight takes around three hours and one hour time difference (so it’s one hour later in Germany).

For our two week stay, we rented a car which I highly recommend because there are so many small beautiful beaches and cute towns and you don’t want to be staying at the same place your whole trip – there is so much to explore!

Only in Lisbon, we used the public transportation because the road system is super confusing and it’s quicker as well.

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Where to stay

I already got some messages on Instagram asking for our lovely home away from home that you saw in my pictures.

We really were so blessed to find such a cute little house with a huge pool and a pretty garden for such a good price. It is located in Espiche, a small town near Lagos (one of the more famous and bigger cities), so it’s super peaceful and lonely there.

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You can rent the bungalow we stayed in or a smaller apartment on the same property here. The two apartments and the bungalow share the same garden and pool, but we were lucky and had it all to ourselves because nobody stayed in the apartments at the time we were there.

Espiche itself hasn’t much to offer, but it’s very close to Luz a super cute town that has two supermarkets and a beach. We also saw many cute apartments and houses to rent there and I would definitely recommend this more than staying in Lagos.

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Cities and Towns at the Algarve

Like I sad Espiche and Luz are very peaceful and lovely to stay at, but not made for an evening stroll through streets and alleys looking for little boutiques or restaurants (even tho they have some that still looked good).

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Lagos

However, Lagos is perfect for that. It has a very cute old town, many alleys with restaurants, bars, cafés and boutiques. We even found places selling vegan food, but typical fish restaurants, as well as Italian restaurants, are more popular obviously.

Lagos has one main beach that it super long and not crowded at all (probably because there is so much space) and is near the well known Ponta de Piedade and some very beautiful beaches with amazing cliffs and rocks (I’ll talk about them later).

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We went to an amazing restaurant called Gorilla that offers many healthy, Asia-styled food like sprouts-salad with tofu (or meat), veggie filled dumplings and weird flatbread filled with jackfruit meat and veggies which was all super delicious!

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Also, this café was my personal dream! They had vegan chocolate, banana cake and vegan carrot, walnut, date cake, amazing looking salads and also homemade vegan ice cream. Sadly I haven’t had the chance to try it all because it wasn’t a place to eat dinner with the family, so I only ate their chocolate ice cream, but I am sure it all tastes delicious cause it looked so so yum!


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Albufeira

On our first day, we went to Albufeira which is another pretty city. We walked a bit through its streets and along the beach and had sunset drinks and dinner at a lovely bar at the ocean. They offered so much good food, including vegan and vegetarian options, sushi, fish, burgers, sandwiches and more. Their smoothies tasted amazing as well and also the location and the atmosphere was very nice because it was outside the city center at the beach and not as crowded as the old town.

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I ate veggie Quesadillas without cheese willed with mushrooms, zucchini and eggplant, served with guacamole (had to eat two portions because it wasn’t very filling but sooo delicious! :D)


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Another small town surrounded by many popular beaches. We had dinner there after a long beach day and like I always do when there is no good veggie option I ordered pizza with vegetables without cheese :D

More blog posts about Portugal:
- Part two of my travel guide about Breathtaking Beaches & Awesome View Points 
  you should not miss on your trip

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Food in Portugal

I didn’t really eat a lot of typical Portuguesian food because it’s mostly fish-based, but my dad did and he sad that the huge touristic restaurants don’t make a lot of effort and are still expensive, but smaller more local restaurants do and you can easily see and taste the difference.

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A typical pastry that we fell in love with was Pasteis de Nata. Small puff pastry cakes filled with vanilla pudding – very sweet, but so delicious, cheap and can be found nearly everywhere.

I can also highly recommend the supermarket chain Intermarché because it is huge and sells nearly everything you need and their fresh produce had an amazing quality. They even sell red bananas, that I have never ever seen somewhere else before and coconut yogurt for a pretty good price (cheaper than in Germany!).

As I already mentioned for every city: there can be found vegan and vegetarian options and even restaurants or cafés. Especially in the bigger cities like Lisbon and Lagos. Sadly I couldn’t test a lot more, because I traveled with my family and we needed to find places to eat where everybody likes something.

But as well as eating out we also love to shop for fresh food and prepare it ourselves. We had a very big breakfast every morning, some watermelon and bread as a snack on the beach and then cooked something, ate bread or went to a restaurant for dinner.


So that’s it for the first part of my little travel guide for the Algarve. In part two I will tell you more about our two days in Lisbon and all the beaches and some sights I can recommend to you.

Have you been to the Algarve or Portugal in general? Do you want to? What places or cities can you recommend?

5 Eco Friendly Must-Haves Everyone Should Use

Über Themen wie Nachhaltigkeit und Konsum habe ich auf meinem Blog bisher noch wenig geschrieben. Dabei bin ich unter meinen Freundinnen oder in meiner Familie auch die Öko-Tante und es liegt mir unheimlich am Herzen wenig zu verschwenden, nachhaltiger zu Handeln und minimalistischer zu Konsumieren.

Über unsere Konsumgesellschaft und meine Haltung dazu habe ich in meinem Artikel „Denk erstmal nach“ etwas ausführlicher aufgezeigt und damit auch ein Themengebiet eingeleitet, über das ich in Zukunft mehr auf meinem Blog schreiben will.

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Abgesehen davon, dass meine innere Einstellung schon sehr umweltbewusst ist (obwohl mir das von meinen Eltern nicht mal soo sehr anerzogen wurde) hat mich vor allem Katja von amoureuxee.de mit ihren vielen Gedanken-Beiträgen dazu angeregt noch bewusster und aktiver nachhaltig zu leben.

In diesem Beitrag möchte ich euch 5 Sachen vorstellen, die ihr ganz einfach durch umweltbewusste Produkte ersetzen könnt und damit täglich einen riesigen Beitrag zu einer nachhaltigeren Welt leistet.

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1. Wiederverwendbare Trinkflaschen

Eine so einfache Sache, die viele Menschen leider noch immer nicht in ihrem Leben geändert haben…

Wir sind in Deutschland gesegnet mit dem besten Leitungswasser und trotzdem ist es noch üblich Wasser, verpackt in Plastikflaschen zu kaufen. Es stellt nicht nur einen riesigen Anteil an unserem Plastikmüll dar, den man einfach verhindern könnte, sondern die Flaschen enthalten auch noch sehr schädliche Weichmacher, die an das Wasser abgegeben werden und sich in unserem Körper ablagern.

Ich verwende die Glasflaschen von Voss* oder eine PET-freie wiederverwendbare Plastikflasche* für Unterwegs (da diese leichter ist und 1 Liter reinpasst)

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Damit schützt ihr nicht nur die Umwelt und eure Gesundheit, sondern auch euren Geldbeutel! Denn Leitungswasser ist wesentlich günstiger und wiederverwendbare Flaschen eine Einmal-Anschaffung!

Wenn ihr nicht auf euer Sprudelwasser verzichten wollt, gibt es extra Wassersprudler*. Ebenfalls eine Einmal-Anschaffung von der ihr lange was habt.

Ich habe auch bereits mehrfach die Bedenken gehört, Leitungswasser wäre mit Schadstoffen und Schwermetallen belastet. Dort wo ich wohne, ist das Leitungswasser unheimlich gut und total lecker. Falls das bei euch nicht der Fall ist oder ihr auf Nummer sicher gehen wollt, gibt es Wasserkannen mit Filter*, die euer Leitungswasser reinigen.


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2. Thermobecher

Es gibt Leute, die sich täglich beim Bäcker einen Kaffee To-Go holen und damit täglich einen Styropor Becher in den Müll werfen. Und auch für die, die es nicht täglich tun – versucht es zu vermeiden!

Styropor ist Sondermüll, was bedeutet, dass sie nicht nur schlecht für die Umwelt sind, sondern auch noch schwer zu entsorgen.

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Bitter versucht euren Verbrauch von solchen Bechern soweit wie möglich zu minimieren. Nehmt euch die Zeit, setzt euch ins Café und trinkt den Kaffee in Ruhe. Kocht euren Kaffee zu Hause und nehmt ihn in einem Thermobecher mit, das spart auch unheimlich viel Geld. Oder bringt euren eigenen wiederverwendbaren Thermobecher* mit zum Bäcker / Café. Viele bieten heute schon an eigene Becher mitzubringen und damit den Müll zu reduzieren und wenn nicht, fragt einfach nach!


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3. Essensboxen und Besteck mit eigenem Essen

Wie schon in meinem Meal Prep -Post angesprochen hat es unheimlich viele Vorteile sein eigenes Essen zu machen und mitzunehmen. Es ist nicht nur wesentlich günstiger und gesünder, als sich immer etwas auf die Faust zu holen oder Essen zugehen, es spart auch eine menge Verpackungsmüll, wenn ihr eure eigenen wiederverwendbaren Boxen und Besteck verwendet und auch Essen!

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In Restaurants, Imbissen, in Supermärkten, Cafés oder Bistros wird so unheimlich viel Essen weggeschmissen, weil zu viel gekauft oder zubereitet wird, der Kunde nicht aufisst oder großzügig Sachen weggeschmissen werden, weil sie nicht schön aussehen und nicht auf dem Teller landen sollen. Das alles vermeidet ihr, wenn ihr selbst Essen dabei habt – zumindest meistens.

Ich will damit nicht sagen, dass man nicht mehr Essen gehen darf um wmweltfreundlich zu sein. Es geht mir hauptsächlich um den enormen Verpackungsmüll bei To-Go Essen und dabei wollte ich noch mehr Gründe für das Selbstkochen nennen – wie eben die Lebensmittelverschwendung.


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4. Strohhalme

Eine Sache, die ich unbedingt einzeln erwähnen wollte, weil sie so unbedeutend und klein erscheint und man sie schnell vergisst. Man bekommt sie ständig in Getränken in Restaurants oder Bars und viele verwenden sie auch zu Hause oft.

Ich habe mir letztens in einem Unverpackt Laden einen Strohhalm aus Glas gekauft und bin damit super zufrieden!

Denkt darüber nach wie schnell es passieren kann, dass ein Meeresbewohner, in dessen zu Hause die langen dünnen Röhrchen landen, daran knabbert oder sie mit Essbarem verwechselt und verschluckt und investiert stattdessen in coole wiederverwendbare Strohhalme *!


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5. Baumwollbeutel

Die hippen Jutebeutel sind eigentlich schon Standard für viele im Taschenschrank. Leider werden sie dann beim Einkaufen oft vergessen, dabei eignen sie sich ideal als Ersatz für Plastikbeutel (die ja jetzt zum Glück zumindest nicht mehr verschenkt werden!).

Steckt euch am besten immer einen Beutel in die Tasche und verwendet ihn als Einkaufs-/Shoppingbeutel und spart damit Plastik und auch Papiertüten (auch wenn diese umweltfreundlich sind, kann man trotzdem darauf verzichten, wenn es nicht sein muss!).

Beim Gemüse und Obst Kauf ist es leider immer noch üblich kleine Plastiktüten zu verwenden, um die verschiedenen Sachen einzeln ankassieren zu können. Dafür gibt es zum Glück kleinere Formen der Stoffbeutel/ -netze mit Kordelzug*, die sich wunderbar für jede Größe von Obst und Gemüse eignen und die ich für meine Mama gekauft habe.

Im Beitrag „We Drown in Plastic“ rede ich noch mehr über das große Umweltproblem und die Verschmutzung der Welt. Untermalt mit meiner wahrscheinlich liebsten Fotoreihe überhaupt. 


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6. Spülmittel, Waschmittel und Kosmetik

Ökologisches Spülmittel, welches nicht unser Grundwasser mit seinen Chemikalien verseucht und unsere Hände verätzt? Klingt Sinnvoll.

Ecover ist eine Marke, die z.B. im DM vertreten ist und umweltfreundliche Haushaltsprodukte anbietet. Wir haben bis jetzt nur das Handwaschmittel probiert, aber ich möchte auch gerne noch die anderen Produkte in unseren Haushalt integrieren!

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Auch in der Kosmetik muss es nicht kostspielig und kompliziert sein auf vegane und natürliche Kosmetik umzusteigen, die keine Mikroplastik enthalten oder an Tieren getestet wurden. Die Eigenmarken der Drogeriemärkte wie z.B. Alterra von Rossmann haben viele gute und preisgünstige Produkte und auch i+m, die man im DM kaufen kann stellt vegane, faire und biologische Kosmektik her.

Mit Naturkosmetikprodukten möchte ich mich selbst noch mehr befassen und werde dazu sicher in der Zukunft noch einen ausführlichen Post mit meinen Favoriten und Tipps verfassen.


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7. Zahnbürste

Zu guter letzt kommen wir noch zu einem Produkt, welches ich schon länger unheimlich interessant finde und total gerne ausprobieren wollte: eine ökologische Zahnpasta aus Bambus!

Werbung / PR Sample // Sieht man ja zur Zeit immer häufiger und ich habe schon viel Gutes gehört, bevor ich die Zahnbürste von hydrophil jetzt selbst getestet habe.

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Die Marke kommt aus Hamburg und produziert nachhaltige, faire, vegane und wasserneutrale Hygieneprodukte, weswegen ich mich unheimlich darüber gefreut habe von ihnen ein PR Sample zugesendet bekommen zu haben.

Meine Erwartung, dass sich das Bambus im Mund wie ein raues Stück Holz anfühlen wird, hat sich zum Glück nicht bestätigt und ich freue mich riesig jetzt eine umweltbewusste Zahnbürste zu benutzen.

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Wie ihr seht handelt es sich bei meinen Veränderungen nur um Kleinigkeiten und Anregungen, die jeder Versuchen kann umzusetzen.

Man muss nicht Zero Waste und 100% vegan, bio und nachhaltig leben, aber es ist wichtig, dass wir etwas an unserem verschwenderischen und nicht zukunftsorientierten Konsum verändern und ich hoffe, dass euch mein Beitrag dazu anregt und eine Hilfestellung ist!

Was sind eure Ideen für ein umweltbewussteres Leben? Habt ihr noch weitere Ideen für mich?


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