Taking a break

Sometimes it's necessary to take a break to recover and to reflect on what you are doing. It is important to pay daily attention to one's well-being in terms of healthy nutrition, enough sleep, regular sports and relaxation time. But sometimes it just happens that a day gets more stressful than anticipated. Then we don't …

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10 reasons for cycling & some rules for food

Cycling ❤ I really enjoy cycling, even in winter, and I wonder a bit why not more people are using the bike. Of course, in some places the infrastructure could be better or some ways are very long, but there are many good reasons to cycle and one can always advocate for improvements! I came …

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Chapter 14: Working Life & Professions

Work is flexible. It can be done from home, from one of the public eating areas or from your workplace, which is usually in bikeable distance from your home. Traffic jams do not exist anymore, and commuting is short. You work partly for money, but as working weeks are shorter, you have a lot of …

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Chapter 7: Freetime & Social Life

People know their neighbours due to their joint community garden, common areas, playgrounds or neighbourhood activities. In case they need something – like help with babysitting, elderly care or plant-watering as well as some item – they can ask in the community group and will usually quickly find a volunteer. You have helped many of …

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What does sport have to do with sustainability?

Maybe more than you would think... For some sports, it is probably obvious what the problem is. Just think about motor sports: Formula 1 and similar races, with cars that are highly emitting, using fossil fuels, paths that have to be cooled before races with tons of water (because the countries are too hot and …

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