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1º Aniversary | Fash&Mark

3 Mar

Sometimes this is a fashion blog

Sometimes this in an anti-fashion blog, against silly empty girls

Sometimes this is a Marketing blog

Sometimes this blog hates marketing’s deceiving campaigns

Sometimes this is an activist blog

Sometimes this is an humanitarian blog just about social causes

Sometimes this is just a blog with cute images

Sometimes this is a blog with meaningful quotes

Sometimes this is an ecological blog

At times it is even a sponsored blog

But every single time it’s a reflection of me!

Happy Birthday Fash&Mark! :)

Thank you!

Thanks to the ones who follow, the ones who read, the ones who just want cute images, the ones who sponsor, the ones who like and dislike when the subject touches their hearts or goes against their beliefs. Also thanks to the ones who are trying to shut down Fash&Mark asking to “cease and desist”.

What You Need to Live Off the Land

25 Feb

Have you ever wonder if you could be self-sufficient by living off the land?
Do ever wanted to cut on the supermarket bill? Or to be sure your food doesn’t have a million toxic ingredients on it? Are you tired of paying the energy bill that raises every year?

Well, this graph is going to explain you, what you need to accomplish that secret dream.

(click to enlarge and see details)

Solar-Powered Fridge

14 Sep

Emily Cummins, 21, came up with a brilliant idea while working on a school project: What if she could invent a solar-powered fridge, which could be used in non-developed countries?

So she did! She developed a portable eco-fridge, that can keep perishable goods cool for days at a temperature around 6ºc.

But the fridge is not just only solar powered, it can also be built from household materials, making it the perfect gadget for Third World countries.

Actually, Emily went to Africa and taught people how to build this eco fridge. So, this invention is already improving thousands of lives.

“A fridge is something that people can’t seem to live without. I wanted to keep it really simple and so I set about researching how we cooled things years ago. The simplest method of cooling something could be seen when you look at how we cool biologically  –  through sweating or evaporation.” Emily Cummins

 

“The fridge comprises two cylinders  –  one inside the other. The inner cylinder is made from metal but the outer cylinder can be made from anything to hand, including wood and plastic.”

 

 

 

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