Taking care of one’s mind is even more important than minding one’s body. Maintaining a constantly good and positive mood is an integral part of good life. There are hundreds of ways of raising the spirit, but who has the time to keep track of all those, hence the cool and fun team of TUUB has handpicked ten most important tips for you. These tips have been put together from the pages of really wise books, from seminars and lectures, but also from our own wisdom from trial and error method. Do use them one by one or one at a time or even all at one day, but most importantly do use them.
Fashion Revolution Week 24-29.04
On 24 April 2013, the Rana Plaza building in Bangladesh collapsed. 1,138 people died and another 2,500 were injured, making it the fourth largest industrial disaster in history.
CAMINO Portuguese Costal (260 km) -Botafumeiro – Guides and planning tools.
Let’s ask Wikipedia what is a pilgrimage 😉 Pilgrimage is a journey or search of moral or spiritual significance. Typically, it is a journey to a shrine or other location of importance to a person’s beliefs and faith, although sometimes it can be a metaphorical journey into someone’s own beliefs.
Well, I did it because of curiosity. I wanted to see how is it to walk 260 km and I wanted to walk it with my beloved friend, to get to know him better after 25 years. Also, it seemed to be a nice alternative way of travelling. I always liked to see the “real life” and Camino is the perfect way to see the picturesque little authentic villages, rewarding landscapes and wild forests (still safe enough for all the pilgrims). Last but not least the local inexpensive wine, the pastries and all the vibe. How long does it take to walk the Camino de Santiago? Simple answer it may vary 100-1000 km. There are few most popular and tens of alternative ways to walk the Camino. The most popular is Camino Frances / French Way. Camino Portuguese is popular as well. Here you will find a short and snappy review of the Camino Portuguese Coastal (260 km, from Porto in June 2018 within 11 days) with photos, distances and quite specific information about albergues.
Merlin is in the main hero of our story today. She represents the typical modern women of today who have to fit her career, family, friends and her personal space into the unchangeable 24 hours a day.
Jane is a stylist, your personal fashion shopper, artist and a creative Woman, who values every woman’s time and therefore the functionality of capsule wardrobe. Today’s story curated by Jane is just a tiny inspiration of endless possibilities how to style multi functional staple TUUB.
Marili Rooba – mother to two bright eyed kids (16 and 8 years), wife to one football coach, good friend and member of friends club ‘Disco Team’, interior decorator, artist for multiple TV series and occasionally fashion designer who came up with an iconic fashion piece – a Froufrou skirt.
Marili, you seem to have quite a hectic and colorful life. You have built yourself several homes, made dramatic career moves, found tranquility and satisfaction in your interior decorator profession. At the moment you are having a avacation with your new found love (whilst I, Tiiu am minding your kids and my love TUUB).
KRISTINA HERODES – travel light with TUUB
We asked few questions from the big traveller, adventure journalist, the ultimate TUUB fan Kristina Herodes.
Why do you like TUUB?
TUUB is not just a clever fashion piece that can be worn in a hundred ways. It’s got character! With a rebel soul, it does not care for the rules but rather makes its own. That’s what I love about it! I instantly connected with the character of my first TUUB, and now I own 11 of them. I wear them absolutely everywhere. One thing is for sure – I never travel without my TUUB! You have a dress, skirt, shirt, scarf, hat, and a bathing suit – all in one. Comfort is essential when travelling. Some clothes itch and wrinkle and demand your attention in many other ways. TUUB will never do that – just throw it in a bag and it will still feel like a warm hug the next time you wear it. Another thing I like about TUUB is that it looks good on any shape – it is never too tight or unsuitable for your body type. Simply toss it on and it will say: you are perfect the way you are.
The Way. El Camino. The pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela is a journey everyone should take at least once in a lifetime! You can meet many fascinating souls on the way and it will allow you to have introspective time with yourself and the universe. Combo bonus: rewarding little villages and local life you will never see when visiting Spain and Portugal as a “normal” tourist. Continue reading “The Ultimate Camino Packing List”
Lets talk about pencil skirt – a timeless classic. How did it come about? Where did the inspiration come from and how our TUUB ladies wear it?
In 1908 Wilbur and Orville Wright chose the wife of an associate, Mrs. Berg, to be the first female aeroplane passenger. As chains and propellers whirled and cranked close to her blowing and billowing skirts, the brothers tied a rope above Mrs. Berg’s ankles to avoid disaster.
Trainer, TV host, young mother and wonderful woman
Why do you love TUUB?
TUUB’s comfortable and doesn’t crease, which is really important to me when it comes to clothes. For example, I’m hosting a wedding tomorrow, so I’ll be wearing TUUB as a top and a ruffled skirt underneath. I can throw both of them in a bag, pull them out and put them on at the right moment, and still look great. It’s universal! If I want to, I wear it with ripped jeans; If I want to, I host a wedding in it. Just great!