I’m thrilled how many people are interested in my posts, especially, because it means, going green is important to a lot of us. What I have also discovered is that besides saving the environment, being eco-friendly helps costs. My goal is to share my thoughts and experiences, and to show you the beautiful side of Mother Earth.
Before I created Karma.Style, I spent 16 years in the world of media. When that ended, I realized, working 24/7 on something that is not mine is just… well, awful. It was refreshing to slow down and notice the little joys in life. „I’ve been given the gift of TIME”.
For years, I’ve collected different kinds of DIY project ideas, and my main goal was always to create stuff without buying the ingredients.
My problem was, I had too many ideas. Wanted to do everything at once. So eventually, I got delayed in my own enthusiasm. I knew I had to find the perfect niche first, and then move forward.
After my job ended, I realized, if I don’t spend as much money on things as before, I can make a pretty good living with my savings, I just needed to rewire my thinking and a few of my habits.
I love being eco-friendly myself, and I love teaching people how to do these things. I just need to inspire them, teach some practical tricks, so they wouldn’t look at it as a burden.
One day, when I looked at things closer, I realized, saving money and being eco-friendly can be a great combination. Meaning: Being eco-friendly helps costs.
A few days later on a sunny Sunday, the epiphany came: So what if I do something in that area? Motivate and inspire people to use what they have, instead of turning to the trash cans and then to the next purchase. In the meanwhile, I can show all the benefits, tricks, and tips, and wonders of repurposing DIY project ideas and saving the environment.
First, I had to find the courage to start the whole process. I had so much doubt in myself, I always found ways to procrastinate stuff. Then, I developed an autoimmune disease, which helped me realize, how much it means to take care of myself. Every time I remembered my old workplace, I reminded myself how much I love and need freedom, harmony, and peace, and most importantly no bosses in my life.
Eventually, I had to go push through all the obstacles. Finally, I just started writing, and to tell you the truth, the response has been pulse-pounding. Being eco-friendly helps costs, but it also inspires me to do more each day.
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