Австралиската блогерка позната под името „Banana Girl“ реши да го напушти градскиот живот и да се пресели во џунгла во Јужна Америка. Сега јаде природна храна, не се шминка ниту депилира и вели дека за шест месеци заштедила повеќе од 4 илјади долари.
Пред дванаесет месеци, блогерката Фрили „Банана девојка“ заедно со својот партнер побегна од цивилизација и почна нов живот во јужноамериканска џунгла. Позната како заговорник на веганската исхрана, контроверзната блогерка денес споделува совети од областа на исхраната на социјалните мрежи, но и фотографии без шминка и гардероба, се со цел да објасни зошто ужива во ваквиот начин на живот.
Таа сега одгледува свое овошје во џунглата, и вели дека заштедила над 4 илјади долари, откажувајќи се од бричеви, шампони и козметика.
So how do ya like ma coconuts? 😸…I just love seeing my DIY coconut bowl collection growing 😍It feels really empowering to make things myself rather than pay others. You might think "Oh I could never learn to do that, I'm just not good at that stuff" and that's where you are wrong. I grew up without a shred of do-it-yourself experience, I was taught by this consumerist society that it's better to just buy something rather than attempt to create it yourself. Sure, it may be quicker and easier but where is the personal satisfaction in that? Everytime I use the bowls I feel a sense of purpose and pride. You try, make mistakes (eg. hole in bottom of one bowl) but you learn and become more skilled, confident and powerful each time. Save money and become a stronger, freer woman with each project. 💪 Remember – If you are not willing to learn, no one can help you, if you are determined to learn, no one can stop you. #gofreeyourself
„Дали ќе бидам гола на секоја фотографија? Да, гола сум во шумата. Ослободена од гардероба, брендови, чевли, шминка, бричења. Сега се чувствувам добро”, пишува Banana Girl.
Како што вели таа, причината зошто го променила својот животен стил е длабокиот психички стрес кој го слабеел нејзиниот организам.
In my eyes you are successful in life when you have the courage to embrace who you really are, however strange or peculiar that may be. Regardless of whether it fits with societies expectations or cultural norms. Growing up I often said the wrong things, didn't have the right clothing, or the right look, and was laughed at or excluded for being "a bit weird". I never felt fully accepted. Over time I learned to keep my "uncool" thoughts to myself and adapt my appearance so others would feel comfortable being around me. This only left me feeling internally suppressed and frustrated, (certainly not free) until one day when I reached my threshold and thought – ahh fuuuck it, this is boring! And this isn't me! – From then on I decided to just let the TRUE me flow, to be my rawself, to act impulsively, to own that embarrassed look from others and to be the awkward freak I'm born to be. 😅The result? Goodbye fake friendships, hello soul mates ☀️#gofreeyourself
„Бев преморена работејќи секој ден од девет наутро до пет попладне. Звукот на алармот, спремање за на работа, шминкање на лицето за да се вклопам во масата, носење високи потпетици и лажна насмевка за другите… Ме измори ваквиот начин на живот, работејќи за друг кој се богати. Можеби најлошо, ми беше здодевно… Тоа утро решив да се ослободам од ропството”, објасни блогерката.
Although it's seldom, I still feel the pressure to conform in society, to shave my legs and underarms, to paint my face and look a certain way to others. This western self-obsession is a powerful dis-ease to shake. Some days I strut confidently, other days I pick at my insecurities, but everyday I move forward with strong purpose. I sometimes see that look of disgust from certain others at my hairy armpits and legs but I always remind myself – that person is not part of my tribe. Would I really want to spend my valuable time with someone who feels that way? About body hair? A person who thinks I'm disgusting as my natural self? Heck no! 🤷♀️Girls, remember, your body hair is a gift, it's protective and part of your being, but maybe best of all it's also a powerful natural fuckboi repellent.😉#gofreeyourself
37-годишната Австралијка која сега живее во џунгла тврди дека со започнувањето на новата етапа во животот конечно почувствувала радост, со ново опкружување и со нови предизвици. Освен што речиси секојдневно е гола, таа се храни со органско овошје и зеленчук директно од земјата, се капе на монсунските дождови и пие вода од потоци.
Sometimes you gotta just sit back and laugh at how bizarre it all is. Take the nipple for instance. There is currently a war being waged against the nipple, but only the female nipple of course. Women can pretty much sustain life straight from our nipples yet they are so taboo that even Barbie dolls are nipp-less. Instagram has banned the female areola, however, there is a page with close ups of both men and womens nipples @genderless_nipples and guess what? Ofcourse Instagram cannot tell the difference so the pics are allowed…🤷♀️I wonder whether this Matisia fruit will set off the sinful nipple detector? We can mostly thank the porn industry and puritanical religious views for this ridiculous inequality. #gofreeyourself #freethenipple
I used to work in a concrete jungle, now I just work in the jungle.🐒 How did this happen? Well, I woke up one morning dreading the work day ahead. I was exhausted with the 9-5 grind. Waking to an alarm, commuting over a hour a day dressed in a restrictive suit, painting my face to 'look the part', binding my feet in high heels, and faking a smile to the public. I was sick of working my life away making someone else rich. Maybe the worst, I was bored. I wanted to be turned on and to FEEL something meaningful everyday. That morning I decided to free myself from being a slave. There wasn't any social media back then so I transitioned by becoming a personal trainer with my own business. Soon after I found veganism and my true passion in life.🤝 Don't be afraid, you CAN create this too. One day I will do a video on it. #gofreeyourself #jungleoffice
When I was 17 I developed an eating disorder; anorexia. I would often eat less than 500 calories in a day, and sometimes, nothing at all. When I was 19 I became addicted to cocaine and ecstasy. My nails were brittle and my hair was falling out. My skin was covered in acne bumps. By the time I was 21 I had swapped anorexia for bulimia and was binge-eating till I was in agony, purging daily. I developed serious digestive issues and suicidal depression. I felt helpless after seeing every specialist in the book. One day I went to my usual yoga class and there was a new teacher. She was so incredibly vibrant and energetic. I felt drawn to speak to her. She told me she was vegan, and loved fruit. Little does she know that she helped save my life that day. Never give up. #gofreeyourself