The 15th of September is a very important day, as we all know. It’s World Cleanup Day! If you haven’t heard of it, then you’ve missed out on the biggest civic action in human history aka to clean the world in one single day. It all started in my mothercountry, Estonia, in 2008 and has now spread to 150 different countries. This means that there are established cleaning teams all across the world and also in your country.
I guess you know what I’m going to say next. Yes, join World Cleanup Day! It’s the easiest way for you to make this world less crappy.
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It’s super easy, you’ll just go to https://www.worldcleanupday.org/contact/ and find your country. Then you’ll just contact the team, get instructions and meet up on the 15th of September super happy knowing there’s one less turtle with a straw in its nose. So share this, bring your friends, family, granny or/and your entire company, and Let’s Do It!
As for myself, I’m of course joining the cleaning-spree here in Croatia. I sent a mail to them today and voilá, I’m on the team.
On the blooper picture below you can see one of my not so proudest moments. I tried to take an underwater picture with my poster, but I completely forgot that paper and water don’t mix. Pitty.
A couple of days ago was a good day. That was the day for new adventures for Lars and I! We went on a mission to try our new snorkeling gear on the almighty beach of Rijeka – The Sablicevo Beach. You know the beach with the crystal blue water I visited last time, when I had my mental breakdown? Read the tragic story here. Anyway, this time around it was a blessed experience.
The water seemed to be even more clear this time and the water was at the perfect temperature. I even got Lars to join me, as he’s not the greatest fan of cold water. But yeah, it was amazing to actually spend time together in a different way. In other words, away from our computers. Hehe.
For me this day was the starting point to something I’ve wanted to try for a long time – freediving! And what I mean by a long time, is stalking other freediver’s IG accounts to the point it seriously wasn’t healthy anymore. So the mind-blowing thing happened at the end; why not.. try it?
Anyway, as I child, my cousin and I were constantly in the water during the summer, “pretending” to be mermaids and all that jazz. I also spent so much time with my family, and one of my closest friends, at the local pool back home. I could dive to 5 metres deep with no probs at all and could hold my breath for around 2 minutes.
My younger me is my biggest hero right now. Playful, carefree & explorative! Exactly what my life needs, and are some of the reasons why I’m going into this again.
Trying snorkeling this time was super nostalgic and it just came so naturally for me to be in the water again – and this time with my boo.