#anewageinspiration: Wilson Oryema

Long time now #anewageinspiration post? Today’s interview is Wilson Oryema who I happily stumbled on whilst reading ELLE’s sustainability issue. Wilson is an ecological activist who has recently released a volume of poetry called Wait, it is no wonder I was eager to interview him given that he espouses all the things that I’m passionate about. Beyond the realms of discussing consumption in the modern…

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how Instagrammable is your travel?*

A debate that started on Twitter led me to thinking about how many people do consider how ‘Insta-worthy’ their next travel location is. Whilst on first consideration it may be odd because why would you consider your next destination based on the photos you’re going to take for a social media app that falsifies what life is really like? But no, it’s true people do…

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sustainable style on a budget: the silk scarf

The way in which we wear clothing changes over time and with it our view of what we own does as well. Increasingly evident among teenagers, my own style evolving dramatically over the past few years, and it can be hard to retain a sustainable mindset with the clothes that we already own. Last week, on one of the last days of the blissful summer…

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