THE REALITY OF MINIMALIST & ECO-FRIENDLY TRAVEL! // TIPS & TRICKS



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This video is all about what I do in order to travel as minimal & as eco-friendly as I can. 🙂

❀Original packing video:
❀Review video:

❀Travel plastic free:

❀Products mentioned in the video:
Osprey Farpoint 40:
Diva cup:
Kathmandu pocket pack: /l
Packing cubes:
Xero sandals:
Teva boots:

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19 thoughts on “THE REALITY OF MINIMALIST & ECO-FRIENDLY TRAVEL! // TIPS & TRICKS

  1. Hiiiiii! Thank you for watching. 🙂 I hope you enjoyed this chat & it inspires you to travel more minimal + eco-friendly! I also wanted to let you know that I’ll be making an updated packing video in the next couple weeks too. 💚

  2. Hi, I just checked out your Instagram and I can see you dig Hinduism and you are going to India! 😀 please don't glip the chance to go to Paramahamsa Nithyananda. Its an international sanga. Address: Nithyananda Dhyanapeetam, Kallugopahalli, Off Mysore Road, Bidadi, Bangalore. They have free Kalpataru program every Sunday! You will not regret!

  3. Hey Kate love the content, its really useful. Just one thing though, I’ve been going minimalist for about 2 years and one thing I wanted to say about minimalism is that’s it not only just about having less but also about only having an item/items if they add value and/or meaning to your life. You say you travel with extra reusables or extra tech for your Channel, thats minimalist because these add value to your life as an individual and therefore aren’t just extra baggage. Ive found being minimalist isn’t just about less but also what is of value to me individual (I have an old cardboard pineapple box full of about 30 of by favourite books that’s I can’t seem to part with because of the memory of where I bought them, what I leaned or just the old smell of them when I read them). Please keep up the great work and content

  4. Sweet opening!! I love seeing this and can't wait for the updated packing video – traveling with less seriously enhances the experience so much! And it would be maaagical if more people incorporated more sustainability like this into travel and just daily life where possible. I've always tried to have a water bottle and reusable bags with me and this year I started carrying all the cutlery bits and bobs with me as well. It took me about a month to get used to asking for no straw and it definitely does not always go heeded but it's something! Also, so so so excited for your upcoming travels!

  5. Sweet opening!! I love seeing this and can't wait for the updated packing video – traveling with less seriously enhances the experience so much! And it would be maaagical if more people incorporated more sustainability like this into travel and just daily life where possible. I've always tried to have a water bottle and reusable bags with me and this year I started carrying all the cutlery bits and bobs with me as well. It took me about a month to get used to asking for no straw and it definitely does not always go heeded but it's something! Also, so so so excited for your upcoming travels!

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