Unplug at a secret eco Slow Cabin
Unplug at a secret eco Slow Cabin
Unplug at a secret eco Slow Cabin
Unplug at a secret eco Slow Cabin
Eco Travel

Unplug at a secret eco Slow Cabin

Feel like getting off-the-grid for the weekend and don’t mind much where?

Then, a ‘mystery’ Slow Cabin escape could be exactly what you need.

Slow Cabins are dotted in secret locations in Belgium. There’s no wifi or tv, to ensure a complete digital detox. They’re eco-friendly and self sufficient with solar power, cozy wood fire, rainwater filtration system and dry toilets. Exuding a calm, simple interior, the outdoor decking space is also left minimalistic, inviting the visitor to be immersed in the surrounding nature.

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Home Interiors, Well & Green Home

Less is more, when it comes to de-stressing homes. 3 ways how.

Even after going through a two year decluttering regime, standing at the back of the removalist truck, I was staggered at the sight of 60 large moving boxes of loose items along with numerous pieces of furniture and large and small portable appliances.

For a single person; it seemed like an awful lot.

In stark contrast, two days after the house was unpacked, I boarded a flight to Bali with one suitcase, smaller than just one of those moving boxes on the back of the truck.

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LEED Certified House
Well & Green Home

3 simple ways to build sustainability into your home project

Winter is coming and instinctively, our bodies are getting ready to hibernate.

Many Australians are staring into another winter of substandard insulation and air tightness in their homes with energy costs to heat them ever rising. They can heat their bodies with blankets like the homeless, but without temperate conditions inside, many homes will breed mould and mildew to epic proportions, inducing respiratory illnesses.

Green and passive design principles are creating new ways to combat these issues – and these options are becoming much more affordable.

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Well & Green Home

Bringing Mindfulness Home

Just one glance at your to do list or inbox can be enough to send your mind into overdrive. It seems we are constantly asked to reply, decide, like, comment, upload and share, both in our physical and our social media worlds.

Your home should be the haven from all of this. A place where you can find respite from the noise and fast pace of the world outside and online. An opportunity to slow down and leave room for those that are most important in our lives, our family, friends and beloved pets.

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