Being away from home and the responsibilities of everyday life not only gives you the freedom to reset, but immersing yourself in different cultures make you see other ways to live and be happy.
Indeed, happiness comes in many forms and, through the exploration of the world, you are reminded that life does not need much to be completely fulfilling.
But while travelling is so profoundly beneficial to our personal sustainability, it is important to consider the impact we have on the environment and host community. More and more hospitality brands are taking steps to become more sustainable but it is equally important for customers to take responsibility and travel in a conscious manner. We can not afford for low impact tourism to be a trend. We have rounded up here some travel-specific tips and tricks that we use to be more sustainable travellers.
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Positive Luxury invited Terrence the Teacher, a freshly appointed member of our Sustainability Council, to talk us through the benefits of mindfulness and how to weave the practice into our everyday life.
Continue reading A MINUTE FOR MINDFULNESS WITH TERRENCE THE TEACHER
Nobody can deny the fashion industry its glamour. From an outside perspective, models seem to have it all and the little squares of their Instagram account depict a life filled with high fashion shoots, exclusive parties and first-class flights to exotic locations. But behind the scenes, the feel is very different and rather troubling.
Continue reading NOT JUST A PRETTY FACE: THE MODELLING INDUSTRY’S PITFALLS
Tea & Coffee – the elixir of life for so many of us. Thankfully we have an abundance of wonderful cafés for our caffeine fix in both Queen’s Park and Kensal Rise – the best of which we bring to you here.
Continue reading THE 10 BEST CAFES IN QUEEN’S PARK & KENSAL RISE
I was on the lookout for inventive and vibrant seasonal recipes that would both feel healthy and comforting in preparation for the cold months to come. Though occasionally indulging in a rare rib eye steak with chips and mayonnaise – I am Belgian after all – I was curious to try plant-based cuisine, assuming it would offer rich and punchy flavours and be as fulfilling as flesh.
Continue reading FARMACY: GEM DISCOVERY OR EPHEMERAL FAD?