Yey! It’s been four months already – time’s flying and it feels more and more natural to purchase my clothes and stash second hand.

The only thing, fashion wise, that I’m getting from sustainable brands rather than second hand are (underwear of course..) basics from Boodywear. The reason being that we stock them in the health shop I’m working in so they’re really accessible to me. I love love looove their leggings, bras and cami tops. I’m wearing their leggings on the following photo.

The top I’m wearing in the photo is thrifted from the second hand app Tise. That’s still where the majority of my shopping is happening. Although I recently bought a whole outfit at my local thrift shop Fretex! Pants, shirt, belt & leather backpack for 27 euros!? That’s a big yes yes about thrifting; it’s cheapy cheap.

Other than that I discovered the Norwegian app Bookis where you can get second hand books. What a brilliant idea. A few months ago I melted in to the tv show Sweetbitter, and so I found the book it’s based on on Bookis and bought it. Loved it.

For the sake of keeping you updated I have to tell you I ended up hating my Stojo cup (it was too shaky to hold and got very very dusty yuk) and replaced it with a Frank Green cup which I absolutely love. It’s the perfect size, it doesn’t leak & is a dream to drink from.

Thank you life for being so awesome. I appreciate it. A lot.

Anne-Line Erlandsen

Anne-Line Erlandsen, a 28 year old girl from Norway. I'm a certified holistic health coach studying marketing, and with this website I put my ass where my heart wants to be – in writing, self expression and creativity.