I just got back home after spending a couple of days with a nice german client in Venice. We lived in a cozy agriculture hotel surrounded by vineyards in the middle of nowhere. The reason I’ve been quiet on the blog is because I was blissfully without internet for my entire stay.
Here are my outfits from the trip. I’m still going strong! (But I had to cheat and use the same shoes everyday – They reminded me a bit of of Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman in The Bucket List: A couple of old dying guys celebrating life on their final road trip)
(I am going to be writing these posts in english, sorry for the grammar)
This evening I’ve been preparing a challenge that I am starting tomorrow. I am quite excited and I hope it will help me get a bodily feel of my conscious consumer project for my Masters. Ahem.. Tadaah:
I must not wear any clothes, underwear, nail polish, jewelry or shoes that I have worn within the past year for 50 days.
I The Guardian kan man i dag læse at Israel nu lovgiver om obligatorisk sundhedstjek og nedre BMI for alle landets modeller. Jeg mener ikke at sundhed (udelukkende) kan måles i kilo, og håber vi i Danmark kan finde ud af at løse problemerne uden en lovgivning. Men ifølge sundheds og forebyggelsesudvalget’s resumé fra 12. januar 2012 lader det til at sundhedstilbuddet til danske modeller har lange udsigter.